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Last Daze is a rock and roll band that was assembled in the Adirondack Mountains of New York, and forged in a non- disclosed recording studio, rumored to be in the vicinity of Echo Park, Los Angeles.
The band is fronted by songwriter Katy Cole, who uses her life experiences as well as the experiences of others to channel the unusual and beautiful sounds that make up the heart of Last Daze. Cole joined forces with guitarist, Chris Schempp in search for the raw, electric sound that comes out of his Gibson guitar. His soaring guitar lines take the band to a level known only as “Planet Schempp”.
Super 400 is a rock band from Troy, New York. Active since the mid 90’s the band has released four studio albums and one live set as of September 2009.
The band was formed by long time friends Kenny Hohman (guitar and vocals) and Joe Daley (drums) and played in various incarnations throughout New York City and Woodstock. The lineup would not be finalized until the addition of bassist Lori Friday in February 1996.
The band was signed to Island Records and released their self titled debut on July 13, 1998 on the Island/Trade 2 label. In December 1998 Seagram purchased Island Records and many of their lesser known bands including Super 400 were released from their roster.
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Tearing out of Buffalo NY, rock/groove powerhouse Aqueous has built a name for themselves nationally, following years of touring and high profile sets at festivals like Summer Camp, Peach Festival, Moe.Down, Catskill Chill, The Frendly Gathering, and countless others. Aqueous has built a reputation for bringing high energy and tireless effort to their craft, and fans rave about the uniqueness and power behind every performance. Featured as one of Relix Magazine’s “On The Verge” artists, there seems no limit to the quartet’s journey to the top.
Ampevene started as a project for guitarist Gabe Stallman to turn all of the noise in his head into something he could show his friends. After ending a tenure with local pop band Sympathy for Achilles, Gabe worked on creating the kind of music he liked to listen to. Blending styles from his favorite bands: Mars Volta, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pink Floyd, Primus, and Tool, he found the perfect mix of Jam, Funk, and Confusion to keep him happy. He entered the studio with bassist Grant Horner, and drummer John Neville to record, playing both guitar and keys himself. Once the EP ( http://
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