Third String Productions presents
This Legend, Stanley and the Search, Dear You
Stanley and the Search, Dear You, Bad Luck, Dead Wrong, NU-95, The Primary Colours
3414 Elm St
Dallas, TX, 75226
This event is all ages
It's no surprise that creating a band takes a lot of work, but coming out of previously successful bands and having to start from scratch takes honest passion. For the first time in over ten years, best friends Longineu Parsons III "LP" and Ben Harper, both formerly of Yellowcard, re-united in May, 2014. They have enlisted Chris Castillo of 'Stanley and the Search' and Steven Neufeld of 'HeyMike!' to form 'This Legend'.
Stanley and the Search
"Why keep singing if the song is dead?" Stanley And The Search singer Dominic Padilla prods the listener in the closing track to their second LP Weightless. The 5-piece indie/punk band hailing from Los Angeles, CA has been making waves since their inception in 2011, and their songs are very much alive and well. Touring constantly and consistently, SATS have made a name for themselves through their rugged tour schedule and relentless love for the road.
Dear You is a rising band from Southeast Texas who thrives on delivering a diverse and distinct sound. Each member's background brings a different piece of the puzzle together. With influences ranging from 90's rock to punk to hardcore, the band's battling influences give Dear You a fresh and unique sound that can be enjoyed by music fans of any genre. Check out all of Dear You's music on www.dearyoumusic.com and be sure to stayed tuned for a new five track EP titled "Faith, Fear and Hope" coming in early 2013.
"Rocks Like The Dangerous Summer, Valencia, Hit The Lights"
- Alternative Press
"If you're a fan of fast-paced pop-punk, don't sleep on this one."
"Without giving it all away, a lot of people can relate to the lyrics and be captured by the beat so if you’re a pop punk/rock fan then this band would certainly be suited to you. They’ve drawn me in and I’m glad I found them because I’m pretty much hooked."
"They’re raw and they’re real; it makes every lyric turn into a story that you see inside your own head. ... As they rise their way to the top, I think this band will be the one worth keeping an eye on."