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The Battleship Agenda

- US Denver, CO Rock / Pop Punk


Bio: The Battleship Agenda is a Rock/Pop/Pop punk band from Denver, CO. It began with the demise of a handful of local Denver bands. Nick Ferro from 6afraidof7, Tyler Call and Kellen Niemeier from Falls Ruin, and Kat Barnes formerly of Random Hero. They started writing songs to record their debut EP S... See Full Bio

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  • 2011

    Jan 21

    Englewood, CO, US | 7:00pm

    Englewood, CO, US
    Fri Jan 21, 2011 7:00pm
  • 2010

    Dec 29

    Denver, CO, US | 7:30pm

    Denver, CO, US
    Wed Dec 29, 2010 7:30pm


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  • 2010

    Dec 7

    Denver, CO, US | 7:00pm
    Tue Dec 07, 2010 7:00pm


    Crafting a sound halfway between alternative rock and confessional singer/songwriter pop, the Utah-based band Meg & Dia began as a partnership between sisters Meg and Dia Frampton. The girls' father was a DJ who exposed his daughters to a wide range of music while they were growing up. They were also encouraged to express themselves through the music medium: Dia sang at county fairs, while Meg learned the guitar by playing along with the radio. Though the sisters played in several bands throughout their teens, they took a break from the music business when Meg relocated to Salt Lake City for college. By 2005, though, the Framptons were ready to try again, and Dia headed out to Salt Lake City to rejoin her sister. In search of a bigger sound, the pair recruited drummer (and former mechanic) Nicholas Price, guitarist Kenji Chan, and bassist Ryan Groskreuetz; the expanded band then toured in support of the debut album Our Home Is Gone, translating its acoustic sound into a larger, louder context in concert. Such activity caught the attention of Doghouse Records, which signed the band late in 2005 and put them in the studio with producers Stacy Jones and Bill Lefler. Meg & Dia spent 2006 in the studio and on the road, where they joined the Warped Tour for several shows that summer. Their first release for the Doghouse label, an EP entitled What Is It? A Fender Bender, arrived that same summer, with the full-length Something Real coming out shortly thereafter. Chan left the band during the Fall and was replaced by Carlo Gimenez, and further changes occurred when Meg & Dia signed a major label deal with Warner Bros. Something Real was then released in summer 2007, just in time for Meg & Dia's inclusion on that year's Warped Tour. 2009 found the band releasing a second album on Warner Bros' dime, Here, Here and Here.

  • 2010

    Oct 30

    Denver, CO, US | 7:30pm
    Marquis Theater
    Denver, CO, US
    Sat Oct 30, 2010 7:30pm
  • 2010

    Apr 30

    Denver, CO, US | 8:00pm

    Denver, CO, US
    Fri Apr 30, 2010 8:00pm
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