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A concert for Toys for Tots
The first band will take the stage at 6:30pm
20 bands from around the state of Florida, out of state, (And even one from Australia) will tear it up at The State Theatre. They will perform for an Industry Panel that will consist of CEO's and Reps from BIELER BROTHERS RECORDS, MELODIC REVOLUTION RECORDS, DDRUM, SPREAD THE METAL RECORDS (STM Records from Canada), Q ENTERTAINMENT LAW, HIGH SONIC RECORDS. There will also be high level Music and Film Producers on the panel this year.
Bio: At the end of the day, we want to give back via the music. We try to help people through our art. So many people have connected to our songs, and they have supported us unconditionally. We have fought through so much, and we never give up. We hope people get a positive message from our songs. It ...See Full Bio
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“Next up - 4Ever Endeavour, and they are an alternative hard rock band from the Tampa/St. Pete area with a solid foundation in their front man, Troii Peak. Troii is rather striking and commanding on the stage with a dash of Goth in the dark, long locks. He is very reminiscent of Ian Astbury, in his energy and how he utilizes the entire stage. He gets his message across and the crowd loves it! The drummer is a thirteen year old prodigy, basically as Kei Alexander Bland takes to a kit like John Bonham is channeling him, and that is no exaggeration! It is an experience to take in this young soul take that kit like it was just meant to be and he creates the most amazing driving force of 4Ever Endeavour. The guitar weaves through these songs like butter to complete the smooth ride of this band live. Their songs cover differing styles and there are ballads tossed in for good measure and these are done impeccably live, This fan would like to catch a full show in the future.”