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Cool Kid Collective / Press

"After Party", is the band's recent breakout hit. It's catchy, and oh-so alt-rockish radio-friendly. I highly recommend taking a few minutes to give it a listen... if for no other reason than so you'll be able to identify it when you do hear it on the radio - because, trust me, you will. Two additional tracks worth mentioning are "Si Senor" and "Miracle" because they really showcase CKC's incredible versatility. While "Si Senor" draws much deeper from the group's hip-hop roots, "Miracle" feels more like a alt-pop ballad with great vocals and a very interesting sound.

“Raleigh - The Saturday night crowd has begun to pile into the Oxford in downtown Raleigh. Men get drinks for their women, or women they hope to soon call their women. The younger crowd nervously checks cell phones for text messages. Some slip away in groups to the ladies room. House music thumps at a level still conducive to conversation. By 10 P.M., 200 people have filed in. It’s doubtful that many of the suits and downtown diners who frequent the pub for lunch ever noticed the stage; it’s small and pushed to the corner, like the shy girl at a fraternity party. Right now, however, everyone surrounds it in anticipation. ”

“BANNER ELK, NC (LMC) - On Thursday, May 13th, SAVE will be hosting the End of Semester Bash at the Student Recreation Complex on Lees-McRae’s campus. Come join us from 7 - Midnight and enjoy an evening of fun, friends, and music! Cool Kid Collective is Matt Bowen, Frankie Goodrich, and J.D. Leath. The trio came together in August of 2008, but have quickly built an amazing following; drawing huge crowds to their club and venue shows along with numerous high profile private parties, festivals, private showcases and events. Admission is $5 for the public and free for students/alumni. Donations to SAVE or the Alonzo Clark Memorial Fund are accepted.”

Lees McRae College

“Bands of Summer IV will feature Fiction 20 Down (Baltimore), Bumpin Uglies (Annapolis), The Permilla Project (Salisbury), Sweet Leda (Annapolis), Pasadena (Pasadena) and Bond and Bentley (Baltimore) on the Big Kahuna stage; Tommy McGee (Glen Burnie), Broken Coast (Baltimore), Ground Score (Washington, D.C.), Fresh Competition (Baltimore), Jade Fox (Baltimore), Minlus and McCracken (Baltimore), Cool Kid Collective (Wilmington, N.C.) and Kaleb Brown (Ocean City) in Rush; and Coastal Vibrations (Baltimore), The New Kings of Rhythm (Philadelphia), The Bullbuckers (Philadelphia), Phantom Limbs (Ocean City), BOB (Washington, D.C.) and Hardsell (Salisbury) In the Paddock.”

“CKC has been in my cd player since the show in Wilmington! Absolutely lovin it guys!”

K. Johnson

“CKC rox!!! tryin to get u guys played on FNX...!!! soon i hope but ill let u know!!! xoxo”

L. Galante

“I opened for you all in Johnson City,TN the other weekend.I thought you all were great!Keep it up and i hope to see you all sometime down the road!”

T. Sheley

“Amazing band!”

C. Overman

“The roof was definitely blown off of Capone's last night in Johnson City!!! If you have not seen them live, words cannot do their live sets justice...go see them!”

J. Melton

“You guys are awesome, I really enjoyed the sound, nice job. I'll definitely come back to see you again!! Thanks!!”

M. DeLaurentis

“All I have to say is tonights show was AMAZING!!!”

A. Riik

“The show at the Lucky Dog was amazing tonight, u guys F'in ROCK!”

C. Palacios

“You guys rock man! Been listening for about 6-7 months now, keep doin ya thing!”

P. Harrison

“We see plenty of new bands grace our local Raleigh stages and venues, but one band, Cool Kid Collective, has made big waves and stands out amongst the rest.”