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No Sinner Bio

No Sinner Bio

Vancouver based band No Sinner, rockin’ electric blues with a vocalist that could be the reincarnation of Janis Joplin. Check them out 92ZEW Free Concert for Countdown to Hangout Festival.

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Kaboom Bio

Kaboom Bio

Kaboom is one of the six finalists in 92ZEW’s Reach the Beach to Play Hangout Festival, opening for Majestico April 5 at the Hangout, an Indie-Pop band from the Biloxi, MS area..after being formed for a mere 3 months,

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Phish Bio

Phish Bio

Like the Grateful Dead before them, Phish have established an impressive reputation of tireless touring, dazzling improvisation and innovative rock ‘n’ roll.

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Sons of Fathers Bio

Sons of Fathers Bio

Sons of Fathers will follow up their critically acclaimed, self-titled debut with ‘Burning Days,’ helmed by legendary producer Lloyd Maines (Joe Ely, Uncle Tupelo), the record’s ten tracks find the band’s deep American roots blossoming with vines of sonic Texas power,

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Majestico Bio

Majestico Bio

Majestico was born from the breath of a new America, a land at the end of reason, where dogma meets God. At the beginning, he

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Biography - Unlikely Candidates

Biography – Unlikely Candidates

Based out of Fort Worth, Texas, the Unlikely Candidates are an indie rock band initially formed as an acoustic duo by childhood friends Kyle Morris and Cole Ale in 2008

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About Frank Turner (With Videos)

About Frank Turner (With Videos)

Initially the vocalist of post-hardcore band Million Dead, Turner embarked upon a primarily acoustic-based solo career following the band’s split in 2005.

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Vintage Trouble Bio

Vintage Trouble Bio

‘Live-wired, straight-shootin, dirty-mouth’d, pelvis-pushing juke music”, Vintage Trouble opens for The Who on their European tour and The Rolling Stones at Hyde Park. The So Cal band brings it Friday night for 92ZEW’s Road to Hangout Fest Free Concert Series too. Pretty good company to be in.

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About Matt Hires

About Matt Hires

On his debut album, Matt Hires emerged as a golden-voiced troubadour with a penchant for setting heart-on-sleeve lyrics to sweetly infectious melody. Now, on his sophomore release entitled This World Won’t Last Forever, But Tonight We Can Pretend, Hires weaves in grander arrangements, brighter hooks, and a more richly textured sound to assert himself as a formidable new force in the singer-songwriter realm.

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