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Man On Wire / Press

“Man on Wire create a slab of massage music that calms the mind and soul [. . .] The door opened and the bell alerted me to the sound of perfection. The vocals could probably sell me anything…from sweets to bikes….his smooth, subtle tones are beautiful. The most interesting piece about the track is the ability to change and transform between being a giant and a mouse. Your mind is telling you one thing and your heart is telling you something else. You really have to understand its meaning and presence, otherwise you’re left running for the bus. It’s a timeless classic and needs looking after…..not stored away in your cupboard collecting dust. Overall – You should download this track OR I’ll throw dust at you.”

"From the beginning Man on Wire has thrived off creating something unique in the music scene."

"Carefully tip toe[s] the line between the traditional structures of 60′s folk and pop and contemporary ambiance and eclecticism."

"Patrons of Cool Hand Luc's in Fort Myers had a listening experience with a difference Saturday night. That's because the band "Man on Wire" uses a unique instrument. "the iPad. It's a great piece of technology that came out. It's a good way to get a lot of really expensive instruments on one small relatively inexpensive instrument," said band member Chris Ludvigsen. The band's name "Man on Wire" came from the original call police got when a man strung a wire between the tops of the World Trade Centers in 1974 and walked cross it several times."

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