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Drawing comparisons to the likes of the Killers, Steve Earle, and Texas legend Robert Earl Keen, Sliva and his trio lack nothing in the way of style. And recently they've had no shortage of compliments either. Texas Music Magazine likened the group to "channel[ing] the best of The Band and the Counting Crows."

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Jury is described as Dothan Alabama's most entertaining cover band. Jury is now beginning to travel throughout the southeastern United States. Jury plays covers from the early ninety's through today's rock/alternative hits. This is not only a band that takes pride in delivering a high energy, crowd controlling performance, but also works hard to deliver the songs with all of the original artist's flavor included. This band will soon be a common name among the music community.

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Rascal Flatts...there is no hotter act in music today! Mixing elements of Pop, Rock, & Country they have sold millions of albums in just a few short years. Broken Road brings the fun and excitement of a Rascal Flatts show to your doorstep. These seasoned performers have the look and sound of Rascal Flatts and perform all their biggest hits with a few surprises thrown in! *Performing with Broken Road on select dates is steel guitar legend Jerry Brightman of Buck Owens, Hee Haw, & Grand Ole Opry fame!

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we are a band that plays night clubs partys ect.
we play in New England mostly.

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The Hatch When was the last time that you were rocked' Rocked so hard that you knew any more rock would be unsafe. It was probably the last time you saw The Hatch. The St. Louis-based four piece takes pride in taking their fans to the limit of rock. Formed by guitarist/singer Jesse Macht, keyboardist/singer Sean Douglas, and bassist Todd Rubin in the Fall of 2001, The Hatch began as a nameless trio of high-school graduates from Los Angeles eager to play music. At school in St. Louis, the three began writing songs and performing them acoustically at small venues around St. Louis. But after a few months, they realized that they were missing one crucial ingredient: rock. So in February of 2002, they picked up a drummer, electrified their music, and named themselves Sidehatch. From then, they began the long process of writing and rocking, writing and rocking, and more writing and rocking. In the Spring of 2002 they recorded their first set of demos, followed by another set in June. After playing a series of summer shows in Los Angeles, the boys returned to St. Louis. Soon thereafter, they parted on good terms with their original drummer, and picked up Austin Schumacher of Greenwich, CT. Along with a myriad of East-Coast slang, Austin brought funk-rock beats that the band had been searching for. Sidehatch shortened its name to The Hatch, and a new era of rocking began. Currently, the band is playing regular shows in both Los Angeles and St. Louis while quickly building a fan-base. The Hatch is also working on a self-produced EP expected for release this spring. So if you can't remember the last time you were truly rocked, you need to check out a live Hatch show. Be prepared, their rock is dangerous.