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Jeremy Powers / Press

“All three judges seemed to be in agreement on two things. One was that the band might have chosen to start off with the song it finished with. And, they all agreed that one original song, they dubbed ‘the telephone song,’ was stunning. Dillon said, “It’s a great band with good songs and good songwriting. The tunes you picked were great, but that last song set the stage for something. Rush agreed, saying the band did an outstanding job. “Your songwriting is very good, that’s your strength, and the telephone song was great. It affected me personally. “ Rush commented that the rhythm section was tight, “rocked in the grove.” The moment, too, he commented on, saying, “I would have started a little harder, then brought it down in the middle, and back up in the end.” Gartin’s comments were simpler, “You look great, sound great, you are awesome.” At the end of the critique, Powers took the time to thank the judges and KHYI for the opportunity to compete.”