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Kisses For Charity formed in late 2011 and has been a band a little over a year. Since their formation, they've been breaking a name in the Metro-Detroit area and have shared the stage with numerous billboard and national recording artists. Some of these artists include Ryan Cabrera (Atlantic Records), William Becket (from The Academy Is...), Jon Walker (from Panic! At The Disco), The Pink Spiders (Geffen Records), Trace Cyrus (former Metro-Station) and many others. The band recently released their debut E.P This One's For You and plans on touring on it for the next year. Within the short time span of being a band, Kisses For Charity has played over 75 shows, played Michigan's renown Cheeseburger Festival, racked up over 1450 "likes" on Facebook, received a full week of Radio play on 101.5 Banana Flint along with current daily rotation on 102.1 WLEW, and have released 3 very successful singles. The members consist of 3 cousins whom all attend the prestige University of Michigan and have worked at building a very strong following in their college town. Every weekend Kisses For Charity is hard at work playing shows in different regions across Michigan and sharing their music among their fans.
Kisses For Charity in itself is a family (literally). David and his two cousins Mike and Matt (twins) all grew up together with a love for music. Eventually the three came together to start a band with high hopes and dreams. They remain an incredibly busy schedule with constantly touring every weekend while still remaining full-time students at the prestigious University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. The band has taken advantage of their new college town with a growing popular name on campus.
The name's a spin off of what the bands actually about. Frontman David Siev named the band off an ICarly episode, never aware that the band would actually be all about giving to charity. Before Kisses For Charity was formed as a full band with the line up they have now, David Siev put on self-promoted charity benefit shows to help raise money for world wide organizations including Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention, JP.Haitian Relief Organization, Blood Water, Smiles For Christmas, and many more. The amount of dollars and help that Kisses For Charity helped raise so far exceeds well over $2500. As the band's success continues to grow, they hope they can continue to help others through their passion of music.