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The Gallery comes to Nashville

The Gallery
The Gallery
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The Gallery, an indie-rock band from West Palm Beach, Florida, will be playing in Nashville on Monday, April 19 at 7PM. They formed in 2005 in Massachusetts, but moved to southern Florida in 2007, that way they weren't all split up and some members could still attend college. They've lost members, gained members, and switched positions within the band. And within the past five years, they've managed to get signed by Blue Duck Records and put out a few albums.

They're working on putting out a new album, which they'll begin recording for over the summer. Until then, they will continue writing songs and performing on their second national tour. The played in Tampa, Fl. with The Maine, We The Kings, and J. Cole last week on Friday, April 9.

We love the intensity and spontaneity of playing live and look forward to spreading that passion to everyone we meet at shows." -- The Gallery

Next Monday they'll be playing with Jonas Sees In Color, Last November, Half Priced Hearts, and The House and the Human. The concert will be at The Muse and tickets are just $5 in advance, $7 on the day of. To purchase tickets, click here.

Below is a video of The Gallery on The Nothing Matters Anymore Tour with Showbread and Goodnight Caulfield, which took place from August - October 2009.

For more info:
The Gallery

The Muse
835 4th Ave South

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