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Come see us at the taping of our performance on Community Auditions NY Star for a Day. Broadcast date is 9/18/2015 at 5:30 PM on Fox 5 New York. Ticket link : https://newyorkstar.ticketbud.com/new-york-star-of-the-day http://www.newyorkstaroftheday.com/ https://twitter.com/NYstaroftheday https://www.facebook.com/nystaroftheday http://www.rwnewyork.com/entertainmentTickets Save
September 12 - September 13 Sep 12 at 12:00pm to Sep 13 at 9:00pm Show Map Infant Jesus R.C. Church 110 Myrtle Ave, Port Jefferson, New York 11777 The Annual Infant Jesus Summer Festival!! Saturday and Sunday, September 12th & 13th, from 12:00 Noon until 9:00 p.m. JOIN US FOR: Carnival Games D.J. Live Music 50/50 Raffle Great Food Games and Rides for the Kids Port Jeff Brewery Tent Chinese Auction Craft Vendor Fair And More!!!! FREE ADMISSION! JOIN US! on the grounds of Infant Jesus Church on the corner of Main St. (Rt. 25A) and Myrtle Ave. in Port Jeff for a day of fun, food and fellowship! A very special OUTDOOR MASS will be held at the Summer Festival on Saturday at 5:00 p.m.Tickets Save
Sounds Like: The Como Brothers Band, John Mayer, Jason Mraz, The Black Keys, Maroon 5
Label: Unsigned, Indie Music Bus
Bio: The Como Brothers - Matt and Andrew are singer/songwriters and performers. October 2014 they recorded a new EP Imagination with Grammy Award winning producer Graham Marsh (Bruno Mars, CeeLo Green) at Germano Studios in NYC. Also playing with them on the EP is Grammy winning artist Steve Jorda...See Full Bio
“The Como Brothers Band catch the same pop-rock wave that has put Andy Grammer and American Authors all over Top 40 radio this summer on its new EP "Imagination." The band, led by Mount Sinai brothers Matt and Andrew Como, have strung together six catchy songs that could easily find their way onto radio today. "Good Enough for Me" rides a laid-back groove across sunny verses to a memorable chorus that becomes an almost instant sing-along. On "Chemicals," they go for a more alt-pop groove -- one that would sit nicely next to Echosmith or The Neighborhood -- while the piano-driven title track feels a bit more classic. The Como Brothers Band has shown plenty of promise in the past three years, but with "Imagination" its potential now seems very real.”