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Amber Reigns / Press

“Amber Reigns brings back grunge with new CD Amber Reigns has only been together a short time, but already good things have begun to happen. The Fort Erie-based band first came together in November of last year but they have already drawn attention from a local radio station and from south of the border. To Read more go to http://www.niagarathisweek.com/what%27s%20on/article/813606--amber-reigns-brings-back-grunge-with-new-cd”

“Studio holds benefit concert for local girl Heavy metal and fundraising. Two things that you normally don't see work together too often. But last Friday the two items on opposite ends of the spectrum came together and raised about $500 for a Fort Erie girl. Hosted at Sessions on the River, some local bands teamed up to help raise the money for four-year-old Alivia Vanderklei who is suffering from a form of abdominal cancer which has now moved to her brain. To Read more go to http://www.forterietimes.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?archive=true&e=2457666”

“Band says they couldn't have done it without support from friends and family It isn't very often a group of guys in their twenties can accomplish something like this... and be so level-headed at the same time. Last Friday, local rock group Amber Reigns welcomed over 100 people to the Sessions on the River recording studio on the Niagara Parkway to kick-off the release of their self-titled album, consisting of 11 original tracks. All four members Nick McGuigan, Enzo Hererra, Chris Rowlands and Josh Humphrey agree it's a great feeling to have accomplished something like this, but say they wouldn't have been able to do it without the support from family and friends they have received over the nearly year-and-a-half period it took to record the album. To Read more go to http://www.forterietimes.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?archive=true&e=2589709”

“Local band Amber Reigns has the right idea Fort Erie Times These guys know how to rock... but more importantly, they know how to think. Last Friday, I attended the CD release show for local rock group Amber Reigns at the Sessions on the River recording studio on the Niagara Parkway. I have done stories about them in the past, mostly when they went by the name "Artificial Reality" and have known most of the members for a long time. To read more go to http://www.forterietimes.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?archive=true&e=2589676”