Flint Town Throwdown — Round 57
Four area bands battle it out for a week of airplay in the Flint Town Throwdown. This week’s bands are Frequency 54, Casey Skye, Saint Paulie Street and Avenue Sky — listen to the tracks and vote for your favorite now. Don’t forget to tune in Monday nights at 10p to hear all this week’s bands as well as the winner from the previous week. If you have a band and want to be in the Throwdown, link to the submission form at the bottom of the page or simply email your radio-edited (Seriously, that means NO EFFING F-Bombs!) track to email@example.com the subject line “Flint Town Throwdown.”
An in your face straight forward Rock band from the City of Flint, MI. Catchy melodies and heavy guitars make this band a very powerful mark on the music scene. Throw in one of the most energetic live shows on the planet and you have magic.
Not many bands get a second opportunity to succeed. After being on hiatus for several months, Casey Skye is re-emerging with a fresh lineup, an updated sound, and a new motivation to be at the forefront of the post-hardcore scene. Pushing the envelope, and creating music for a wide range of fans, Casey Skye is here to stay.
Saint Paulie Street is a four-piece band from the Lapeer/Flint area. They consist of Kevin Ellis (vocals, guitar, piano), Adam H. (vocals, guitar), Rory Fiszer (vocals, bass) and Greg Sheppard (percussion). Influenced by bands like Led Zeppelin, Motley Crue, Shinedown and The Black Crowes, the band has played over 600 shows and have released 3 studio albums. They are starting work on a 4th soon.
Avenue Sky has exerted themselves from day one with the term “Do It Yourself” to create a blend of multiple musical genres from their melting pots. Specifically based on an alternative/metal taste, Avenue Sky’s well-rounded sound gives insight to listeners of all styles of music, with their influences easily shown through their wide-spectrum creations. Hailing from neighborhood-friendly Flint, MI, Avenue Sky was formed in 2008. Musically diverse and dynamic throughout each and every song, the vocals and lyrics are endearing and humble one moment, yet tragically bleeding the next. Their influences, though, are inconsequential, as their main focus is to let the listener create their own perception of the band’s sound.