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THE 2017 "M-PRE PARTY"

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As some of you know... Each year I do an annual show the night prior to The M3 Festival in Columbia, Maryland. The 2017 show is Thursday Night.. April 27, 2017 at Sonoma's Bar & Grill. I would love to see some Heavy Harmonies members at the show.. please let me know if you are planning to make this show.

 

In the past I have had some great bands such as Station, Diemonds, Wildstreet, Mach 22, Sin 4 Sin, Nasty Habit, and Wicked. The line up for the 2017 show is all set...

 

 

The 2017 "M-Pre Party" Lineup:

 

CHAOTIC RESEMBLANCE

TEMPT

FARCRY

SHOKKER

LAST CALL MESSIAHS

 

* Yes... that FARCRY

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C'est la vie!

 

 

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I don't understand what this has to do with Dave's party.

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Sweet. I would, but alas Maryland may as well be Poland...

 

What is up with Station? To cool for your pre-party show? I do like me some Tempt though and the others are good bands as well...

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NIce lineup. Would love to have seen Wildstreet at one of your shows not to mention a M3 show. Unfortunately Maryland is a long way from central Canada. Would love to pick your brain on the ins and outs of promoting a local show like you've done for all the preparty shows in the past if you have a spare second some time.

 

Enjoy the shows everyone.

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NIce lineup. Would love to have seen Wildstreet at one of your shows not to mention a M3 show. Unfortunately Maryland is a long way from central Canada. Would love to pick your brain on the ins and outs of promoting a local show like you've done for all the preparty shows in the past if you have a spare second some time.

 

Enjoy the shows everyone.

 

Yeah man... message me. I can always make time to talk music.

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Sweet. I would, but alas Maryland may as well be Poland...

 

What is up with Station? To cool for your pre-party show? I do like me some Tempt though and the others are good bands as well...

 

Station is doing really well... In fact, they will be on the main stage at M3 in 2017. That is why they are not playing my show in 2017.

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Well... The 2017 "M-Pre Party" is 100% SOLD OUT.

 

It is great to see that people still want to see awesome original bands even in 2017. If only there was a way to do this on a larger scale.

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Well... The 2017 "M-Pre Party" is 100% SOLD OUT.

 

It is great to see that people still want to see awesome original bands even in 2017. If only there was a way to do this on a larger scale.

That's awesome! I'm happy for you.

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