Bridges And A Bottle
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PA's homebrewed smash, Bridges and a Bottle have gained national attention for their rocking hooks and soaring melodies from their two independently released CDs and video "18".
Condition K
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Their contemplative lyrics, captivating vocals, and unrelenting musicianship surpass that of other bands on the market. Condition K has almost become shorthand slang for a sound that combines the sound and performance attitude of the classic rock bands with the raw emotional dynamics of modern rock groups.
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Fuel is an American rock band formed by guitarist/songwriter Carl Bell and bassist Jeff Abercrombie in 1989. Originally known as Small the Joy, they changed the group's name to Fuel sometime in 1994. They are well known for their hit songs "Shimmer" from Sunburn, "Hemorrhage (In My Hands)", "Bad Day" from Something Like Human, and "Falls on Me" from Natural Selection.
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Propelled from the industrial Northeast to the tropical climate of South Florida, FURY is a highenergy version of the working-class ethnic prevelant in the blue collar areas of Pennsylvania and New York. FURY's current success can be attributed to a steady maintenance of their musical and visual energy levels; As a result, FURY is the most exciting and sought after act in South Florida today.
Jay and The Techniques
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Jay & the Techniques formed in 1965 under the Mercury Records label. In 1966, the first big break for Jay Proctor came when he won a regional "battle of the bands" contest and landed a recording contract from Philadelphia producer Jerry Ross of Mercury Records. The group jay and the techniques was born when lead vocalist Jay Proctor and vocalist/frontman George "Lucky" Lloyd teamed with an all-white band, one of the first racially integrated groups in pop music. Under Mercury Records the song "Apple, Peaches, Pumpkin, Pie" hit big and Jay and the Techniques found the right mix of rhythm & blues and bubble gum appeal, vaulting them into the Top Ten. Later that year they had the honor of performing at the Rock'N'Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. in the mid-70s when disco became fashionable, Jay & the Techniques were ready with their already danceable sound. Their first hit disco song "Number Onederful" is a high energy, heavily orchestrated tune which reached the Top Ten in all the major NY discos. During their career, Jay and the Techniques appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show, Joey Bishop Show, Dick Clark's American Bandstand, The Murray the K Show and the Steel Pier Show. Jay sang in front of a packed Houston Astrodome, Madison Square Garden, Philadelphia's Uptown Theatre, in colleges and universities across the country, many charity benefits, and gave free concerts at Army bases and prisons throughout the United States.
July For Kings
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July For Kings found national exposure with their Geffen Records released "Swim", their hit single "Normal Life" and ensuing EP. JFK is known for their unique and melodic sound of alternative rock. Hailing from Cincinnati, OH and recently regrouped and are recording new material.
Laura Warshauer
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Pop singer-songwriter Laura Warshauer is a storyteller first and foremost. Through her music, she examines loss, love and life. The 24-year-old New Jersey native crafts sonic gems, through combining massive pop melodies and flourishes of folk.
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Live is an American rock band from York, Pennsylvania, composed of Chad Taylor (lead guitar), Patrick Dahlheimer (bass), Chad Gracey (drums) and Ed Kowalczyk (vocals). Chris Shinn later replaced Live's original lead singer in November 2009. Live has sold over 20 million albums worldwide, with their album Throwing Copper going 8x platinum in the United States." "Live is an American rock band from York, Pennsylvania, composed of Chad Taylor (lead guitar), Patrick Dahlheimer (bass), Chad Gracey (drums) and Ed Kowalczyk (vocals). Chris Shinn later replaced Live's original lead singer in November 2009.
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Magnum is a rock band based in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Their career spans about four decades and they performed over 3500 shows on the East Coast in premier venues of all levels. From night clubs to festivals and concert venues. Magnum was trailblazers who were one of the first American bands benefiting from corporate sponsorship in Miller's Rock Band Network. An early DIY band from the get go, releasing singles, EPs and albums that were favorably reviewed by Billboard Magazine and achieving East Coast air play and live performances on cable network shows. Their popularity earned them direct support slots for artists such as Hall & Oates, The Ramones, Survivor... including Spring Break events in Daytona Beach and Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Summer residencies at the Jersey Shore. The band amassed a huge loyal following and were honored by being #1 on several radio station rock polls who also endorsed the band's recordings. The band still performs occasionally for reunions and in 2018 they celebrated their 40th anniversary.
Negative Space
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From small town Lancaster, Pennsylvania, home of Negative Space. With the experience of over 2,000 concerts, this once naïve bar band has exploded into a collective force emerging from their struggles: defining the difference between the end of adolescence and the beginning of up-and-coming songwriters.
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The popular Philly rock band NOW had hits like "Lessons In Leisure" and "Seed."
Sandlot Heroes
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This power pop rock band made a name for themselves as a worthy national act. Sandlot Heroes garnered attention with their second #1 Most Requested Song "Out of My Hands" from their debut Pretend That We're Famous released late in 2009, in addition to headlining Lehigh Valley's internationally recognized Musikfest and Allentown PA's fabled Crocodile Rock. In 2012, they toured nationally with popular acts such as Hawthorne Heights, Bowling For Soup, and Yellowcard.
With soaring guitars and heartfelt lyrics, Sandlot's 2009 debut LP, Pretend That We're Famous, created an exciting buzz, earning the band substantial regional recognition.
"out of my Hands" quickly claimed the no. 1 most requested spot on B104's nightly countdown following the footsteps of "So," which also reached the top of the countdown.
Sandlot Heroes left a legacy on music industry, making fans across america and creating songs that topped the charts.
Solution A.D.
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Solution A.D. was an American rock band discovered in northeast Pennsylvania in 1991 by Live guitarist, Chad Taylor. He was impressed with their work after a performance at the CBGB and agreed to produce their debut EP, A Week There One Night that released in 1996. The group later released a full-length album titled, Happily Ever After with Atlantic Records. Their single, "Fearless" from the album received airplay on MTV and alternative radio stations.
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The band started out as a 5-piece post-hardcore act with some melodic leanings in 1990. After some time refining a sound and a live show, the band released the Thursdaytown 1981 7" in 1992. They gained a strong local reputation around this time and in the years to follow for their wildly energetic and often unpredictably goofy live shows.