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There’s an excitement filling the clubs of New York that has not been felt or seen in a long time. An emotionally charged band has surfaced in a period where so many groups are struggling to find a sound entirely their own. Paging Grace, the crowd-pleasing, Long Island foursome, have been winning over all of New York since their debut in 2006, and are now paging the rest of the world in hopes of doing the same.
Voted Best Band by the Long Island Press in 2008 & 2009, Paging Grace is known for being able to captivate fans of all genres with their intense stage presence and athemic songwriting. The release of “All You’re Made Of EP" is a testament to the band’s dedication and development throughout the last year an a half. Produced by Dave Caggiano & Sean French (Brand New, Straylight Run, & Sugarcult), the band set forth to create a more timeless avenue of sound. Their debut single “Leave” impacted radio in the start of 2008 in the 'Hot Adult Contemporary Genre'. PG has already received an excellent response on both mainstream & syndicated radio. Including being awarded “Hot AC Most Added New Artist” for the week of their debut & reaching #1 on the “Independent Music Network” syndicated radio show within just 3 weeks of being added to the program. They are currently recording with producer Mike Watts (Brand New, Hopesfall, As Tall As Lions) to work on new material such as the power ballad "Take Back Your Freedom" which was performed in front of thousands at the 2008 Presidential Debate Rally in East Meadow, NY to warm acclaim. "You can see each one of them are so passionate about what they are singing about, that in itself is a sight to behold" shares Rick Eberle of WMJC 94.3 FM radio.
Since their release of “All You’re Made Of EP”, Paging Grace has attracted sold out crowds & packed out venues all across Long Island and NYC. Including premier venues such as The Knitting Factory (NYC), Mulcahy's (LI), Crash Mansion (NYC), The Crazy Donkey (Suffolk) and Brookhaven Ampitheater(Nassau). They have appeared in Newsday, News 12 Long Island, and made the cover of the Long Island Press (July'08). They have shared bills with David Crosby, Blind Melon, Push Play, Nine Days, Men At Work, and Kat De Luna. With their loyal fan base, radio friendly anthems, and immense web presence (Listed Top 10 Artist in New York by Myspace, Top 3 Local Entertainment by AOL CityGuide), there has been unfathomably quick success, something Paging Grace seems uniquely familiar with.
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