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Oct012010

Moving In A Northern Direction

Throughout my time globe-trotting, I found myself in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania planning a visit to the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. While I was wondering down Penn Avenue, I came across a music group that sparked my interest. They go by the name 28 North.

After creating an expansive catalog of 250 songs, they released their third album in April 2010. This was created under the supervision of rock-legend, George Marino, who has worked with such artists as The Arctic Monkeys, Guns N’ Roses, and Bon Jovi.

With songs such as “The Shine”, their original style combined with fundamental rock elements creates a sound that many other artists strive to accomplish. The music is timeless and people will enjoy the music 28 North produces for decades to come. Recently rated the best band in Pittsburgh for 2010, it is a pleasure to include them in the Yeti community.

Be sure to check out their tour dates across the United States and friend them on facebook. Tell 'em The Yeti sent you.

 

The Shine

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Michael Lindner, Alex Stanton, Jonathan Colman, and Tyler Bond are:

28 North | Pittsburgh, PA 

The bandmates met during a barbershop quartet class in pre-school. 

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