Count the Stars was pretty popular in the early 2000s. Their first album, 'Another Useless Night' sold more than 5,000 copies without a label, and the group was quickly signed to Chicago's Victory Records. Another album released in 2003 to good reviews, but mysteriously broke up mid-tour later that year.
So where are they now?
Band members Chris Kasarjian and Dave Shapiro seem to have disappeared from the map - there is no word of them anywhere. After years of music and fame, it seems that these two, at least, have been ready and willing to give it up.
That hasn't been the case, however with either bass player Clarke Foley or lead guitarist Adam Manning. After the Count the Stars split, both band members moved on to join the group The Reunion Show for a short time, before that group also split. Not content to simply give up, the two moved on to try one more time - this time teaming up in the indie rock band Action Action. There they hit it big for a while, releasing three albums (two with Victory Records, and one self-release), and even being featured in a Gillette commercial.