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Tax Brandywine: Rock? Folk? Reggae? Pop? Ska? Punk? Dub? Yes.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., July 1st 2013 : An Indy act quickly gaining regional popularity, Tax Brandywine hails from Indianapolis, Indiana. The band's front man, Pierce Duncan, has been leading his act for the past 12 years under different names respectively. Tax Brandywine is performing NOW for you.
Pierce has led his bands to victories of all sorts, including performances at "The Vogue" in Indianapolis opening for UK act Bad Manners, "The Exit/IN" in Nashville, TN, and also at "Klipsch Music Center" in Noblesville, Indiana. Also living to tell the tale of a stolen van and countless flat tires.
Tax Brandywine includes members
Nick "Laus" Weber on bass guitar
John "Johnny C" on drums
and Pierce Duncan on guitar and vocals
www.taxbrandywine.com/discography for all music .
The band has toured the North, Midwest, and the South, while living in Nashville, TN during the great flood of 2010. Tax Brandywine was given the opportunity to record in the famous RCA Studio B whilst living there and recorded a single "Hurricane Kaley."
(( Listen Here )) http://soundcloud.com/tosh-brandywine/hurricane-kaley
Tax Brandywines' music is best described as "Last Wave" music. Last Wave music is a type of pop music mixing the likes of reggae, folk, rock, and pop styles. Whatever style you call it, it sounds good and it sounds real.
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