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Grade school friends Dan, Sean and Travis spent years experimenting. Including with music. Naturally, after playing together for so long, the three adolescents developed a comfortable understanding of one another as they bloomed into young men. A decade later, the three formed a friendship with Matthew, who was at the time fancying Travis' older sister. The three friends realized that Matt was a 'pretty cool guy', and abandoned their plan to drive him away. After failing to prevail as a male dancer at Chippendale's, Matthew was turning his attention to finding musicians with the same understanding as he. The very first time the four played together the chemistry was undeniable, and afterwards they grabbed a beer and enjoyed the David Copperfield special on ShowTime. There was magic in the air. On the air. While Matthew was away at school in a far, distant land, it was difficult to commit to a relationship, but upon his return the quartet became serious and started to get the ball rolling. And the ball started rolling fast. Travis, the most versatile member of the group, made the switch to bass guitar, bringing with him a style influenced by his natural abilities on the drums and guitar. After studying with his musical "chance" cousin, Sean has mastered the modern drum kit. With his rythm and creativity, the music is never without a backbone. Dan and Matthew round out the group on guitar. Unlike most conventional two-guitar groups, neither man is designated to either rythm or lead. Both boast different talents in theory. In fact, they are polar opposites in terms of style. They each have a near-telepathic understanding of the other, and compliment each other and communicate without the convenience of speech or eye contact. With an uncanny ability to read each other so well mid-jam and a passionate, devoted following, Boogie On Alice is on the verge of bursting out of their reservoir tip.Save