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The Click Five are an American rock band. After releasing two albums on Lava Records - "Greetings from Imrie House" (2005) and "Modern Minds and Pastimes" (2007) - with combined worldwide sales of over 2 million, three gold records and eight different #1 singles in seven countries (including a #1 song in the US), The Click Five are set to release their third studio album worlwide. Their new single "Don't Let Me Go" is starting a wildfire on the web. The video was made in partnership with MTV EXIT, an organization working to stop human trafficking and exploitation. Before starting work on their new album, the band completed a tour of Southeast Asia in 2008 as part of MTV EXIT's concert series. This tour saw them making history in Cambodia, performing the first rock concert ever held at Angkor Wat Temple (co-headlining with Placebo) and headlining Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh to an audience of over 30,000. In December, 2008, they finished out a tremendous year with their first solo show in Beijing to a sell-out crowd. Returning home to Boston, where they all met while attending the Berklee College of Music, feeling inspired, and with a renewed energy after their successful tour, the band went straight back in to the studio with producer Mike Denneen (Fountains of Wayne, Aimee Mann) to begin recording their third album. The new album, "TCV", showcases the band's undeniable talent for writing timeless pop songs with an edge. As their sound and song writing matures, the band's strong fan base has followed, turning even small warm-up shows in to an event. With a broader appeal than ever before, and a live show that rivals that of any other major rock band, this is The Click Five at their finest. The Click Five are Ben Romans, Ethan Mentzer, Joe Guese, Joey Zehr & Kyle Patrick. http://theclickfive.com/ Jesse Ruben is a 24 year old Philly-bred singer/songwriter currently living in Brooklyn, NY. Since graduating from Berklee College of Musicin 2008, he has independently released two solo albums, "Aiming forHonesty" and "The Ones That Matter", each of which has sold over 5,000 copies. His songs have appeared on TV shows such as One Tree Hill, Degrassi, and Lonestar, and his song "Too Tired" is in regular rotation on the XM/Sirius Coffeehouse channel, who referred to him as "the next generation of singer/songwriter". He has also performed live on NPR, and has appeared live with Jewel, Ryan Cabrera, Parachute, and Brendan James. As a headliner, Ruben has sold out rooms all along the east coast ,from Boston (Café 939), New York (Joe's Pub), and Philadelphia (World Café Live). His performances are deeply personal, combining well crafted pop songs with the stories they came from. Most recently, hissong "Love, Don't Turn Your Back On Me Now" was added to the playlist in Hollister stores all over the world, and he achieved one of his greatest lift goals when he hit the 5,000 facebook friend limit, because it makes him feel cooler than he actually is. http://www.jesseruben.com/ With a staggering amount of new music and tour dates, alternative pop songwriter Alexis Babini has been extremely busy. Upon releasing his new EP 'Paint & Paper', Alexis embarked on a 20 date national tour and performed live on NBC Philadelphia's "10! Show". From ‘Paint & Paper' two of Alexis' songs were featured on MTV's ‘Real World DC‘, which led to a performance at the legendary SXSW festival in Austin, TX. Since Alexis began touring in 2009 he has shared the stage with established acts such as Blues Traveler, The Verve Pipe, Ryan Cabrera and Sister Hazel. This fall, Alexis toured extensively with Kyle Patrick, lead singer of The Click Five, and recently performed as an international 'artist in residence' in Singapore. This New York-based 24-year-old songwriter incorporates a diverse blend of contemporary pop/rock with an occasional nod to folk classics, earning comparisons from James Taylor to David Gray. in his own words: "Yes, my music is hook-based and catchy, but there's also a sense of honesty I try to convey with my songs." In a review from Performer Magazine, Alexis's songwriting has been described as "Powerful, gripping melodies and simple, yet evocative lyrics... pervasive. http://www.alexisbabini.com/