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No Authority was a four part American boy band of the late 1990s and early 2000s from California. The group are most notable for the hit songs "Don't Stop", "Can I Get Your Number (A Girl Like You)" and "Keep On". No Authority consisted of band members Ric Felix, (born December 2, 1980), Joshua Keaton (born February 8, 1979), Danny Zavatsky (born June 1, 1982) and Eric Stretch (born June 22, 1980).
No Authority had been performing in local cities and towns before their manager, Richard Walters, sent their demo tape to Jerry Greenberg and Jono Kohan at MJJ Records, the record label of Michael Jackson. They eventually sent the demo to Jackson who later signed them on.
Their first single, "Don't Stop", was released in January of 1997 as well as their first album, Keep On. The album and single were both flops and the group later regrouped. Josh Keaton left No Authority and was replaced by Tommy McCarthy (born February 23, 1980). They also left Sony Music and signed with Maverick Records, the record label of singer Madonna.
During their good years, No Authority was a contestant on Nickelodeon's now cancelled show "Double Dare 2000." They lost to In Tune.
Their eponymous second debut was released in July of 2000. No Authority eventually broke apart in 2001.