Four area bands battle it out for a week of airplay in the Flint Town Throwdown. This week's bands are Stealing Betty, Through the Ashes, Falling with Glory and Half Light Music — listen to the tracks and vote for your favorite now.

  • Stealing Betty

    'Multiply Master'[audio:]

    Hailing from Flint and Detroit, Tonya, Myke, Deano & Tom are a powerhouse of talent and charisma with a determination that doesn't quit! The Stealing Betty vibe is raw juggernaut of supercharged stoner sex rock. Their live shows generate enough energy to light up an entire city and they entertain even the most discerning concertgoers. As original as it is accessible, Stealing Betty's new EP has the ability to penetrate one's headspace and with it's punchy riffs, soaring vocals & catchy hooks. This is one ride you don't want to miss.

  • Through the Ashes


    Through The Ashes is intense, energetic, and high-impact. They pride themselves on their rabid fan base, killer songs, and impressive stage show. Solidified with the current lineup in 2010, Through The Ashes went and cut their first album with producer Don Debiase of StandBy Records and are focused on touring the Midwest in 2012.

  • Falling with Glory


    The four piece Falling with Glory formed in the summer of 2009 bringing together a plethora of unique styles to create their pop-punk, rock, metal with synthesizers genre.

  • Half Light Music

    'When I Say No'[audio:]

    Half Light Music’s origins can be traced back to the unfortunate and premature demise of Epic recording artist, Bliss 66. Frontman and songwriter Cheyenne Goff found himself with a growing catalog of material but lacking the right combination of players to bring the songs to life. Re-enter bassist Donnie Patty, who had shared the stage with Goff both in Bliss 66 and the Paper Street Saints, along with lead guitarist Marty Yount, and drummer & ex-66er Bob Cook, Half Light Music have developed a sound that fuses traditional and classic rock song structures with Goff’s vivid and poetic lyricism.