The Vanity Plates are playing at a Mexican Tapas & Tequilla Bar in Silver Spring. Plenty of parking. No cover. Songs you can sing along to. My friend, Larry, said this about the menu: "we’re talking “to-die-for” mussels cooked in lime juice and tequila; super tender calamari fried with an unbelievable light batter and an indescribable dipping sauce; lamb chops that are out of this world, Mango and Jicama salad in lime vinaigrette; and an array of fresh grilled seafood." Sounds delicious!
Talented Musicians and performers all evening with The Vanity Plates headlining on the stage. Big dance floor. Wine and snacks. Dance the night away!!!
Ladies and gentlemen of all nationalities, On sat, Nov 13, Brian Coyne and The Vanity Plates invite you to Parkside Condominiums in Bethesda, MD to celebrate diversity at our International Costume Party! Oui, Oui! We will have a DJ spinning dance music from all around the world. Come dressed in your favorite international look. We will have a big dance floor. We will provide a keg. Please bring your favorite beverage or snack to share. $5 donation will help pay for the party. Plenty of parking! The Vanity Plates will play a set. http://www.reverbnation.com/thevanityplates Click here for costume ideas: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=258904&id=1352431034&ref=mf
Yeah!!! We are real excited to play the big stage at The Velvet Lounge. Let's have a ton of fun on a wed night. Bring a friend and get a VP sticker. Bring 2 friends and get a sticker and a button. Bring 3 friends and take home our CD for FREE!
Here's what you'll get at Hank Dietles: Drafts of beer only $2.75, Pitcher's of beer, Brian Coyne singing all your favorites, Pool table, pin ball machines, Fun & Friends, A new start on life! *More info about the history of Hank Dietles: http://yellowpages.aol.com/business/md/rockville/dietles-tavern/0-102302077/
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Bio: MEET THE VANITY PLATES Cobbled from the transient, shifting population of Washington, DC, THE VANITY PLATES are out to to pay props to the enduring branches of rock and roll genealogy with no-frills tunes and shake-what-you-got shows. Following in the mold of 60’s British rock, the VP's favor the...See Full Bio
Are any of you guys out there copyright lawyers? One of my songs may have been used commercially without my consent. Need advice.
“Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010 AFTER THE KIDS GO HOME Teachers grade papers, rock out By Jordan Edwards | Staff Writer In a storage room at The Heights School in Potomac, The Vanity Plates practice after class ends. The quintet are not students; they are teachers. This is their artistic release. The core of the band — lead singer-guitarist Brian Coyne, guitarist-singer Dan Sushinksy, bassist Miguel Hernandez — all teach at the school. Drummer Danny Rogers and singer-keyboardist J.T. Kenelly join them for gigs at spots like Jammin Java and Rock & Roll Hotel. The band started more than a year ago as a vehicle for Coyne's tunes. With influences like R.E.M. and Elvis Costello, they create tight, catchy pop songs that might have been hits 30 years ago. On a surprisingly warm late November day, Coyne, Sushinksy and Hernandez gathered to talk about the band and play a few numbers, including "The Man Who Built the Town." The song can be found on the group's self-released debut album, "Up Front."”