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The Dreaming Society

US Los Angeles, CA Alternative / Rock
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50% of sales go to the charity Fender Music Foundation.

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Sounds Like: Evanescence, Paramore, Flyleaf, Skillet Music, The Letter Black

Label: Tunii Music Group

Bio: An emerging female-fronted alternative-rock band, The Dreaming Society’s music has been in several popular television shows. Most recently the song “Mirror Mirror” was featured on Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition Episode 7: “Happily Never After”. Other shows include MTV’s True Life, MADE, Teen M... See Full Bio

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Twitter_icon_for_status: Serendipity III in NYC. Waited in line as they opened at 11:30 am and only had to wait 15 minutes! F... - http://t.co/jTFdJ6Gx3O

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  • JMOYA (Artist) JMOYA
    Great alternative music. Digging FOLLOW ME INTO, fantastic track.
  • IANDSON (Artist) IANDSON
    While listening to your fantastic music, wishing the best to you and your great composition. Best luck and millions of fans. A&P, IANDSON.
  • LEO SEEGER (Artist) LEO SEEGER
    Goood music!
  • Bill Wright (Artist) Bill Wright
    Dreamy tunes, Society!! Nice!
  • Fotis Papastavrou (Artist) Fotis Papastavrou
    "Father" is a great song with great harmony and lyrics!!!Loved it!!!
  • Joe Compagna (Artist) Joe Compagna
    Rockin' tunes!
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Q: Hi guys.While listening to "The Genesis Game", just wandering how does a band like this meet up?Parents say to make this my next goal,to meet or form a band.IDK if that's what my next move needs to b?
A: Hi Chrisy, We all met each other by auditioning here in Los Angeles. It started with me and Karl, and from there we auditioned more members. If you'd like to put in the time to play with a band, it can be very rewarding! It's very time consuming and takes a lot of work. But if music is something you really want to do, then go for it! :) ~Shelah

Asked by CHRISY D. Answered on Sun Aug 19 2012

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