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The Bigger Lights Band Bio

The Bigger Lights have one rule and one rule only – the music always comes first. Check out the bio for this five-guy pop/rock band from Northern Virginia!


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It took two and half years of pursuing music full-time for The Bigger Lights to see that one of the hardest parts of being "real" musicians is learning how to put the music first. But the hard work paid off, and now this young group is ready to release their self-titled debut full length. On The Bigger Lights (the album, not the group), vocalist Topher Talley, guitarists John Kendall Royston and Chris McPeters, bassist Dan Mineart and drummer Ryan Seaman have created a classic collection of pop/rock songs. The Bigger Lights are definitely entering 2010 with a sense of excitement and even more dedication to their “music first, business second” slogan, one that just may make stars out of one of pop music’s best kept secrets.


For more info on The Bigger Lights, check out www.myspace.com/thebiggerlights.


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