Decades are what happens when three kids who grew up on punk, ska, and metal discover the smooth music of the 70’s and 80’s, and the alternative radio rock of the 90’s. Though the band still embrace their roots, it was their mutual interest in the great pop songwriters and lyricists of the last 5 decades that formed Decades. While on one of their frequent tours, the band are likely to be caught unapologetically jamming Phil Collins, Fleetwood Mac, or Steely Dan with the windows down, or singing their guts out to Bruce Springsteen, Jimmy Eat World, or The Gin Blossoms. And obviously, Rush (Rush are the best band ever). Decades don’t see their love of mainstream pop as being antithetical to their underground credibility, rather they combine these influences to craft smart but catchy pop tunes with punk/rock sensibility. Fast and loud enough to get your blood pumping, yet with an ear for melody and harmony that even jaded indie kids can dig, Decades are currently working hard to share their sound with new audiences across the country.

The Moving Company

The Moving Company plays rock and roll Americana. After forming, writing and rehearsing in late 2011, 2012 saw the band performing concerts extensively in CT, NY, and NH sharing bills with Man Forever, People of the North, Todo Bien, Aoteoroa, Darian Cunning Band, These Animals, Jerkagram and Spyboy. The band has a improvisational feel that has welcomed guest sitting in on any given night, including John McGrath, Darian Cunning, and John Heffernan, recently inviting percussionist John McGrath to be a full time member of the band. After performances at Cafe Nine, Stella Blues, and Toads Place to begin 2013, the band is mixing their to be named debut EP, due out this summer. Moving Company is: Alex Claydon, Alex Goyette, Pat Cardone, John McGrath and Brett Lukaszek.


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