Homegrown Live Sept. 7th w/ Saints of Valory, Max Frost & The Rocketboys
Posted 8/9/2013 10:05:00 AM

Saints of Valory

Each member of Saints of Valory represents a different country and thus a different outlook on music though somehow the quartet's sound is familiar. The band competed in Billboard's Battle of the Bands competition last year earning a spot as a finalist. Though the eclectic members didn't win the overall competition, the exposure allowed them attention and a chance to debut their first music video for the popular single "Neon Eyes" on Billboard. Grab a copy of "Neon Eyes" above right, and see Saints Of Valory September 7 at the Belmont.




Max Frost

Austinite Max Frost has been making waves since signing to Atlantic Records this year at the ripe age of 20. After making the decision to dropout of school on the second day of his sophomore year, Frost's catchy "White Lies" has caught white-hot fire and has been featured on multiple nationally read music blogs. The Austin summer anthem, featuring hints of a bluesy foundation under the guise of modern, narrative pop and lyrics, has catapulted Frost onto several big Austin stages this summer. He again plays for his hometown at the Belmont on September 7.




The Rocketboys

The Rockeyboys past play list includes big names like Austin City Limits, Next Big Nashville and SXSW though the band is originally from Abilene. Perhaps more recognizable than Abilene are the reality shows "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" and "The Real World" where plays earned the Rocketboys a new fanbase.



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