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Ministry of Magic
Ministryofmagic
Background information
Based Ames, Iowa, America
Status Active
Signature song "The Bravest Man I Ever Knew"
Genre(s) Electronic Pop
Years active 2007–present
Label Indytronic Records
Associated
acts
The Parselmouths, Oliver Boyd and the Remembralls
Members
Luke Conard

Jason Munday
Aaron Nordyke
Ryan Seiler
Mark Jennings
Jeremy Jennings

Ministry of Magic is a wizard rock band founded in 2007 by Luke Conard, Jason Munday, Ryan Seiler, and Aaron Nordyke.

HistoryEdit

In 2007 the Ministry of Magic band was created in Ames, Iowa, America by three Youtubers that go by the names of Luke Conard, Jason Munday, and Ryan Seiler, and Jason Munday's former band mate Aaron Nordyke from the A Myspace band 38th Parellel. In 2008 Jeremy and Mark Jennings joined the band the Ministry of Magic. In 2009 all three Luke Conard, Jason Munday, and Ryan Seiler started juggling both the band Ministry of Magic and solo careers.

Present Day : Luke Conard, Jason Munday, and Ryan Seiler are still juggling both the band Ministry of Magic and solo careers.

MembersEdit

Featured artistsEdit

DiscographyEdit

AlbumsEdit

LPsEdit

FeaturedEdit

Jeremy JenningsEdit

Mark JenningsEdit

Jason MundayEdit

OtherEdit

Awards and nominationsEdit

Wizard Rock People's Choice Awards 2008Edit

  • Best Group Effort (won)
  • Best Collaboration for "Snape vs. Snape" with The Parselmouths (won)
  • Best Music Video for "Escape from Azkaban" (won)

Wizard Rock People's Choice Awards 2009Edit

  • Best Male Vocals (won)
  • Best Full-Length Album for Goodbye Privet Drive (won)
  • Best Album Artwork for Frankie Franco III's artwork for Goodbye Privet Drive (won)
  • Best Group Effort (won)
  • Band of the Year (won)
  • Best Live Act (won)
  • Best Collaboration for Goodbye Privet Drive with Kristina Horner (won)
  • Best Techno/Electronica Song for "The Bravest Man I Ever Knew" (won)
  • Best Memorial Song for "The Bravest Man I Ever Knew" (won)

Wizard Rock People's Choice Awards 2010Edit

  • Best Techno/Electronica Song for "The Lightning Struck Tower" (won)
  • Best Album Artwork for Frankie Franco III's artwork for Onward and Upward (won)
  • Best Full-Length Album for Onward and Upward (won)
  • Best Song for "Only Power Remains" feat. Nina Jankowicz (won)
  • Band of the Year (won)

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