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MT4/20 @ Scarlet and Grey
we start playing at 9 or 10. We are selling tickets for ten bucks. if you don't buy them from us it is 15 bucks. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or txt one of us and we will get you a 10 buck ticket.
We'll be in the lineup for this years Toys for Tots Benefit Show at Scarlet and Grey. We got to be apart of this great show last year and were excited to be back on the bill with some great other bands. It's going to be a fun night where we all get to have some drinks and hear some great music, all while spreeding holiday cheers as all those who bring a donation for the Toys for Tots Organization pay no cover to get in! Donations include all childrens toys and canned goods as well!! We had a really good turnout last year and are hoping for the same this year. So comeout and support this great organziation and do something to help make Christmas a little more special!!!
Summer Lovin' with MT20!
Sounds Like: Pepper, Sublime, Cage The Elephant, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sand Creek
Bio: MT20 infuses rock, reggae, and funk into a very eclectic and unique sound.
We have always been about having a good time playing music. We started jamming together as a band in 2006, playing in a basement but moved out of the basement started performing on local stages and front porches of house ...See Full Bio
Come see us 10/26/12 @ S and G! We play from 1130 to 1230 Don't forget to wear a COSTUME!!!http://www.facebook.com/events/467655803257522/
"We're dedicated to what we do, we love it, but at the same time, we don't let it consume us," Derr said. "We just have a good time with it." "No matter what you're into, we're pretty sure you're gonna hear something you like at one of our shows," Anthony Pezzutti said. Caldwell said while the band members aren't the most "mind-blowing" musicians, they make the most of their talents with high-energy performances and a sound that has grown over the years. "We're not trying to shatter anyone's universe with our music," Caldwell said. "If you come to a show, you'll see that we're friends playing music. We just mesh well together." Caldwell said the band doesn't have plans to pursue a larger audience, but if the opportunity came, they would love to play full time. "We're not trying to get famous or anything like that," Caldwell said. "We're just here to have fun."