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Flyin Blind / Bio

Formed in early 2007, Flyin Blind is a party rock band out of Northeastern Pennsylvania covering rock hits from the 70’s ‘til now. Now it's true, there are dozens of party rock bands in the area. So what makes Flyin Blind stand out from the crowd?

3 things.

First, Song Selection. The band’s philosophy is simple; play what the people want to hear. In fact, the band has gone as far as measuring the likeability of each song they perform by researching how they fared on the Billboard Hot 100 and US Mainstream Rock charts before adding them to their set list. The result? Crowd retention. At Flyin Blind shows, the crowd stays until the end and will often chant “One more! One more!” as the lights blink signaling that it’s time to go home. Once at the end of a performance, a patron came up to the band and let them know that he had stopped in just to pick up a 6-pack on his way home, but the band was so good he ended up staying the rest of night. Now that’s crowd retention!

Second, Musicianship. Flyin Blind is comprised of experienced, talented musicians handpicked from various Northeastern PA acts each adding their own unique blend of style, performance, and personality to the lineup. In short, these guys can play!

Third and most importantly, Vocals. This is where Flyin Blind really shines. There is a reason why there are so many hit TV shows featuring vocalists competing to win the grand prize of fortune and fame. It’s simple; audiences crave great vocals. And that's exactly what they get at a Flyin Blind show! And when the show is over, it will have been the amazing lead vocals and exquisite harmonies that held the audience's attention all night and what will be remembered for weeks to come.

General Info

Band Members
Mark Cook, Kim Cook, Mark Fahad Joe Ferro, Brian Hall
Artist Name
Flyin Blind
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/flyinblind
Active Since
05/07
Genres
Rock / Pop Rock / Acoustic

Contact Info

Location
East Stroudsburg, PA
Manager
Mark Cook

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