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The Tic Tocs / Press

“Music is often seen as a business; one that can make a ton of money when in the right spotlight. This might be true but is that what music is really about? It seems that the soul of music has been lost over the years. However it’s the local bands that still keep music alive, like The Tic Tocs. There’s just something about that old garage-band feel that reminds us of the better days of rock. For Daniel Zimmerman, the band’s guitar player and vocalist, it’s all about simplicity when performing. Audiences are searching for decent musical entertainment worth their time and the band should just want to rock out. “It’s kind of a blur for us. We always tend to drink too much to remember [our shows] but we all still try our best to make sure everyone is having a good time. Our songs are very Chuck Berry-ish sounding so we really just want to make sure the entire venue is dancing and having a fun,” says Zimmerman.”

“Music is often seen as a business; one that can make a ton of money when in the right spotlight. This might be true but is that what music is really about? It seems that the soul of music has been lost over the years. However it’s the local bands that still keep music alive, like The Tic Tocs. There’s just something about that old garage-band feel that reminds us of the better days of rock. For Daniel Zimmerman, the band’s guitar player and vocalist, it’s all about simplicity when performing. Audiences are searching for decent musical entertainment worth their time and the band should just want to rock out. “It’s kind of a blur for us. We always tend to drink too much to remember [our shows] but we all still try our best to make sure everyone is having a good time. Our songs are very Chuck Berry-ish sounding so we really just want to make sure the entire venue is dancing and having a fun,” says Zimmerman. ”

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