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Award winning alternative-rock band 34Below energizes fans with an irresistible mix of pop and rock. Their music defies definition yet appeals to the mainstream. "We live for our music," says guitarist Chris James and it shows. Whether they�re in front of 20,000 people or 20 people they pull you in with their intimate rock show.

Who they are is four high school friends from San Diego, that have made a substantial impact with their unique brand of carefully stylized, melodic music and thought provoking songs. Compared to the likes of Matchbox Twenty for their catchy melodic songs, or Queen for the strong vocals and lead presence, their influences range from Led Zeppelin to The Beatles, and from U2 to Mott The Hoople.

34Below is now touring behind their new album �Masses Collide�, which has already received plenty of critical acclaim. This is their first studio album since Is It You, which spawned four singles and gained them radio airplay across the country. Formerly signed with NFE Records/EMI, 34Below has since departed to Blue Crown Records. As their popularity continues to increase, so do their busy schedules. They are constantly writing new songs and in some cases teaming up with other collaborators. James and Ybarra have written songs with Chris Barron of the Spin Doctors, hit songwriter Jeff Cohen, and many others. Of late, the band has performed with Sugar Ray, Lit, Vertical Horizon, Dishwalla, The Calling, Gin Blossoms, Pete Best (former Beatles drummer), Switchfoot, The Pat McGee Band, Five For Fighting, A.J. Croce, and even the highly touted comedian Carrot Top. 34Below's music has been featured on MTV's Road Rules, ESPN's Surfer Magazine Live, and on the soundtracks of surf films such as, Beyond the Boundaries and Wanted.

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