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5j Barrow to stop in Middle Tennessee

An MTSU alumni returns to Middle Tennessee with an exciting event you do not want to miss. 5j Barrow is an indie folk rock band from New York City. They recently won WNYC’s 2014 Battle of the Boroughs, and are known as the best emerging band in New York City. They came into existence when six talented individuals came together. Eryn Murman, Jason Hite, Eric Namaky, Michael Hunter, Hayden Frank, and Ian Hunt make this band what it is. Their diverse backgrounds created their organic and powerful sound that is growing momentum and gaining new fans on a regular basis. They also have a unique theatricality to their music and performances. Many of them have theatrical backgrounds, and they bring that spirit with them into their music.
The band launched a Kickstarter Campaign in December 2013 and surpassed their goals with over 200 backers, helping them really take off. Currently they are embarking on their first East Coast tour to support the release of their debut album “From the Dim, Sweet Light.” They are making two stops in Middle Tennessee. Their first will be at Liquid Smoke, a laid back spot on the square of downtown Murfreesboro. That performance will start at 10PM on September 10th, 2014. Liquid Smoke is located at 2 N Public Square in Murfreesboro, TN. The second performance will be at The East Room. That is located at 2412 Gallatin Ave, in Nashville, TN. The show will be September 11th, 2014 at 8PM.
So come out and support the band to watch. Their unique sound really pulls you in. You can physically feel their emption and power through every word and every note. Support a band of talented artists working towards making their dreams come true. In three short years, they have grown into a powerful band that is gaining popularity fast. Do not miss your chance to see them on their first tour and first stop to Middle Tennessee. At this momentum it will surely not be their last stop to the area, but why miss out on a chance of seeing the history of this band in the making. One day, you can look back and say that you were there for their first tour stop in Murfreesboro and or Nashville. Why not try to make it out to both performances?

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