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"Taking Tomorrow" / Press

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“The group's resume includes an opening slot for Bret Michaels at Crocodile Rock Cafe in Allentown. On June 9, the group will headline their CD release party at Starters Riverport in Bethlehem. The band will perform cuts off the five-track EP, starting at 6 p.m. "We might have a couple of surprises up our sleeves people might want to watch out for," Greg Adams says. Catch them if you can: May 25 at Mayfair at Cedar Beach Park in Allentown; and June 3 at Fullerton Memorial Fair at Fullerton Memorial Playground in Whitehall Township. Meet the band spotlights local bands. Whether signed, unsigned or just starting out, area bands can e-mail information, contact number and high-resolution jpeg photo to Dustin Schoof at dschoof@express-times.com or mail to The Express-Times, P.O. P.O. Box 391, Easton, PA, 18044-0391. Bands are encouraged to send an MP3 of their music to be included on The Express-Times' website at lehighvalleylive.com/exposed. CDs or DVDs welcomed.”

“Taking Tomorrow to Perform at Mayfair, Friday, May 25th Popular Bethlehem Band has New Album Release Party Slated for June 9th Media Contact: Tina Bradford at 610-248-3460 Bethlehem, PA (Spring 2012) – Taking Tomorrow, a popular young modern rock band from Bethlehem, has added MayFair, Friday, May 25th, to their performance line up this spring.Meanwhile, a June album release party is slated to be held at Starters Riverport, Saturday, June 9 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Taking Tomorrow has been capturing the heart and souls of fans since 2009. The release party is open to the public and will include a free concert plus fun promotions including wrist bands, t-shirts, CD’s, plus downloads on I-tunes, YourVibe.com, and Sonic Bids. Taking Tomorrow was first formed as the band Revelation in 2009 by Andy Kurtz (lead guitar) and Greg Adams (lead vocals/rhythm guitar). Members Brett Brozcowski (drums) and Ben Adams (bass) joined the band several months later. ”

Tina Bradford/Dustin Schoof - Express Times

“Taking Tomorrow to Perform at Mayfair, Friday, May 25th Popular Bethlehem Band has New Album Release Party Slated for June 9th Media Contact: Tina Bradford at 610-248-3460 Bethlehem, PA (Spring 2012) – Taking Tomorrow, a popular young modern rock band from Bethlehem, has added MayFair, Friday, May 25th, to their performance line up this spring. Meanwhile, a June album release party is slated to be held at Starters Riverport, Saturday, June 9 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Taking Tomorrow has been capturing the heart and souls of fans since 2009. The release party is open to the public and will include a free concert plus fun promotions including wrist bands, t-shirts, CD’s, plus downloads on I-tunes, YourVibe.com, and Sonic Bids.Taking Tomorrow was first formed as the band Revelation in 2009 by Andy Kurtz (lead guitar) and Greg Adams (lead vocals/rhythm guitar). Members Brett Brozcowski (drums) and Ben Adams (bass) joined the band several months later.”

Tina Bradford PR - Mcall

“TAKING TOMORROW Bethlehem, PA (Spring 2012) -- A May album release is planned for Taking Tomorrow, a popular modern rock band that has been capturing the heart and souls of fans since 2009. A release party is slated to be held at Starters Riverport, Saturday, May 19, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Open to the public, the release party will include a free concert plus fun promotions including wrist bands, t-shirts, CD’s, plus downloads on I-tunes, YourVibe.com, and Sonic Bids. Taking Tomorrow was first formed as the band Revelation in 2009 by Andy Kurtz (lead guitar) and Greg Adams (lead vocals/rhythm guitar). Members Brett Brozcowski (drums) and Ben Adams (bass) joined the band several months later. “The band member’s range in age from15 to 17, but don’t let their age confuse you,” says Laurie Vincent, manager, who worked with Grammy nominated Whitney Peyton, of Philadelphia. “These boys are a talented group of individuals. It’s a matter of time that a major label will see them,” say”

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