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Project 86 to Benefit Food Bank of Northern Nevada

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Christian, Rock Band Project 86, supported by I Am Empire, will perform in Cargo at CommRow on Saturday, Nov. 17, in a show that will benefit the Food Bank ofNorthern Nevada.

Project 86 is an intense foursome Christian rock band from Southern California. Members are vocalist Andrew Schwab, pianist, guitarist, and vocalist Randy Torres, drummer Alex Albert, and bassist and guitarist Steven Dail. With powerful guitar riffs and hammering drums, this group's hardcore sound is comparable to that of Tool, Korn, Helmet, Rage Against the Machine, and Limp Bizkit. Schwab, Torres, Albert, and Dail spent a lot of time on their home ground in OrangeCountry polishing their sound and performances before taking to the road nationwide. They have appeared with groups like Liquid Gang, Five Iron Frenzy, Ultraspank, Supertones, and the celebrated group P.O.D., playing packed shows and festivals.

I Am Empire is an American rock band from San Jose, California. Formed in 2008, the band consists of Austin Lyons (lead vocals), Andrew Stanton (guitar), Joshua Case (bass and vocals), and Eric Martin (drums). Along with full time touring the band has been featured in the June/Blink-182 issue of Alternative Press Magazine as one of the "Unsigned Bands Of The Month" and won the Ernie Ball competition that landed them an opening position on The Rockstar Taste Of Chaos stop in their hometown. Articles on the band can also be found in Substream Magazine and The Metro (Bay Area). They were also recently added to the Sound Management roster of artist that includes Smash Mouth, Flypside, The Limousines, and more.

This is a particularly special show because it will also be a Food Drive to benefit Food Bank of Northern Nevada. Bring a can of food the day of the show and get $2 off your ticket!

Tickets can be bought online at www.CommRow.com and at the box office on the 2nd floor of CommRow.

 

WHEN:             November 17, 2012.

                        Doors are at 8 p.m. and the show is at 9 p.m.

 

WHERE:           Cargo at CommRow

                        255, N. Virginia, Reno, Nevada, 89501

 

COST:              Tickets are $8 ADV & $10 DOS ($8 with a can of food). This show is all ages.

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