LOADED DICE --->
Loaded Dice is a high energy Rock 'n' Roll cover band from the Boston Metrowest area that plays your favorite Classic and Modern Rock Dance hits.
THE ABSENT MIND ---->
Previously known as Insanity Plague, "The Absent Mind" is guitarist/vocalist Mike Graham, drummer Jordan Clark, and bassist Chris Nifong. Metal, Hardcore Punk, and Heavy Rock genres with other styles incorporated too! Check 'em out.
MARK STEPAKOFF --- >
Mark Stepakoff is a singer/songwriter who has released several albums of original (and funny!) material that is available on iTunes. Mark's position as one of the top songwriters and satirists in the Boston area (thanks to songs like "Kitty Is a Cougar Now") has earned him the honor of being the host of the Tuesday nights at TCAN in Natick.
OFF LABEL --->
The "Doc rock" band - mostly medical professionals who blow off steam by rocking out. Classic rock and R&B focus. Shira Doron's vocals will rock the house with Dan Wiener and Roger Fielding on guitars, Tony Callini on drums, and Binny Shah on saxophone.
FRAYED KNOT? ->
Frayed Knot is an alt-rock and classic rock band made up of Jadon (13), Dylan (12), Magnus (12) and Kyle (10). These guys ROCK contemporary classics with some blistering guitar and a solid groove. Get some!
BIGFOOT and the Believers --->
Rod Wright, Patrick Hayden, Victor Helenic, Marty Orio are Bigfoot County - an acoustic/electric band that leans heavily on the music of Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Dire Straits, Allman Brothers, Grateful Dead, and Bob Dylan.
BORN YESTERDAY --->
Born yesterday is a power trio that will blow your doors off. Nick Fauza, Ben Chase, and Josh Tutleman are all 14 or younger, but you wouldn't know it listening to them. See video...
MILLION DOLLAR DAY --->
Million Dollar Day debuted at the 2017 "Festival di Musica" with authority! Lead singer Hilary channels the likes of Fleetwood Mac, Sheryl Crow, and Chrissie Hynde while Dave, Fred, Professor, Fudey, and Ludvig rock with vigor. "Baby John" (top right in photo) is the band's manager: "The first time I heard them, I shizzled my dizzle"