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Tht Grl. / Press

“After an impressive series of solo sets, Suguitan was approached by singers Arielle Lacey and Ally Phenicie, and the three began performing as a trio with Phenicie on keyboards. They were soon joined by guitarist Adam Silvetti, bassist Adam Bustin and drummer Shane Blocker and began practicing together. “Everyone agreed after the first rehearsal that this was something to invest in,” said Suguitan. “Then voila! Presto! Magic! That Girl was born.” The group can still regularly be found performing in Midtown Harrisburg, but they have started touring throughout the state in support of their full-length debut album, due out in Spring 2013. “HMAC is kind of our home, but we like to travel and meet as many new people as possible,” said Suguitan. Upcoming shows for That Girl include Elizabethtown, Lemoyne and New Hope. “Shows where we meet new bands of exceptional talent are always some of the best for us, but we always give our shows the highest of energy no matter what.”

“That Girl - Suba Who: Six-piece indie pop band, featuring the alluring vocals of Janessa Suguitan, Ally Phenicie and Arielle Lacey. What You'll Get: Love-at-first-listen, original songs arranged with gravity-defying harmonies. You'll feel like Persephone, guided by the voices of sirens. Fun Fact: Songwriter and Frontwoman Janessa Suguitan grew up in Los Angeles.”

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