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The Masquerade Presents

The Long and Winding Roadshow

Nick Santino

This Century | Justin Osborne (of Susto) | Austin Gibbs | The Technicolors


7:00 PM | $10.00 ADV | All Ages


Nick Santino

Nick Santino spent over five years touring the globe with his band, A Rocket To The Moon. Prior to parting ways in August of 2013, the band signed to a major label, had a solid radio hit, and spent months on the road with many big name acts. Not ready to walk off the stage forever, Santino began working on music independently under a brand new solo project. In this short time, he has written, recorded and self-released two EPs - both which are entirely stripped down and raw compared to his previous project’s discography.

Being on his own again has given Santino the creative freedom he began to miss as A Rocket To The Moon grew in popularity. The songs he is releasing under the new…

This Century

Forming back in 2007, This Century have quickly become one of the more exciting pop/rock bands to enter the scene. With their first LP release on Action Theory/Warner Bros. entitled “Sound Of Fire”, the band solidified their spot amongst the top tier of the pop/rock circuit. Soon after the release, AP Magazine named the them as one of the “100 Bands You Need To Know for 2011”. Their unique combination of anthemic pop and die hard grassroots fan base has led them to extensive tour dates with the likes of Good Charlotte, The Maine, The Ready Set, Breathe Carolina, Hey Monday and many others.

The band has recently teamed up with producer Colby Wedgeworth (The Maine) to work on…

Justin Osborne (of Susto)

A collaboration between former Sequoyah Prep School headmaster Justin Osborne and Charleston indie rocker Johnny Delaware, SUSTO takes a darker, rootsier direction than either of their résumés might suggest. The word “Susto,” according to the band’s own bio, is a term describing a “folk illness” — apt nomenclature for the kind of moss-drenched Americana in which the band wraps its songs.

Opening with “Black River Gospel,” SUSTO establishes its Southern gothic stance right away, dropping in snippets of various old-time hymn lyrics as the tale of indoctrination in the songs of faith unfolds: “We were up onstage like a sacrifice to God,” they sing, “that’s the…

Austin Gibbs
The Technicolors

The Technicolors are a musically sophisticated young rock band hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, who blend grand gestures of rock-n-roll with the swagger of brit rock and the songwriting prowess of greats such as Roy Orbison, Noel Gallagher and George Harrison. Their ambitious debut album Listener Deluxe is set for release on November 13, 2012 on Bay Area indie label, Tallest Man Records.

The album was produced by 22-year-old lead singer, Brennan Smiley. Smiley grew up playing on records his father produced and had plans to move to Nashville to join the elite as a session musician, but fate had a different plan. Listener was recorded over a span of ten days in January at a new studio…

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