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October 23, 2013
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Freeway Revival hits the highway

The Divided Sky will celebrate Halloween with some roots Americana.

North Carolina’s the Freeway Revival will bring its take on rock, blues, jazz and country to the Meyers bar and restaurant Halloween night.

“The Freeway Revival is a band that was forged on the road. A very extensive schedule of touring has built a band that has developed an archive of original material as well as a strong chemistry and stage presence,” according to the band’s online biography. “These long hours of travel and the shows that lay in between built a hard working band and a brother hood among its members. A passion developed for making and performing creative original music which has led to the desire of constant improvement and the spread of the band’s name and reputation.”

All three original members of the Freeway Revival were raised in Virginia and formed the band out of high school.

“New members have also been added as the sound and proficiency of the band continues to develop further,” according to the bio. “Through the growing pains of learning and developing and touring, these now four brothers of soul have made their way onto playing everything from small acoustic coffeehouses to main stages.

“For The Freeway Revival, it is all about the music, setting the bar high, and getting out there and making it happen. Lead Vocalist Adam Clayton says ‘Our lives shows portray what we are, we want to be the best we can be.’ Even as they share in the new successes they are still grounded as a hard working band with an intense desire to improve and become a top attracting and touring act.”

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Tahoe Daily Tribune Updated Oct 25, 2013 11:41AM Published Oct 30, 2013 05:27PM Copyright 2013 Tahoe Daily Tribune. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.