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We've decided to formally shutdown thesixtyone.com -- our servers will go offline at midnight, May 1st 2017.

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James Miao & Samuel Hsiung

American Princes

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The initial lineup of American Princes began in Brooklyn in early 2002, with David Slade (vocals, guitar), Matt Quin (drums), and John Beachboard (vocals, bass). By the end of the year, the band had left New York, relocating to Little Rock, AR. The southern city’s cheap rent and central location made it an ideal base for musicians who wanted to tour nonstop - which they did, picking up guitar player and vocalist Collins Kilgore along the way.

The next two years were spent writing and releasing 2 albums (We Are the People and Little Spaces), and crisscrossing the country. The pressures of life on the road mounted, and after a whiskey-fueled punch up in a Tennessee forest, Beachboard left the band (amicably, it should be noted). Continuing in the tradition of bass players with great last names, Ryan Universe agreed to go on a few tours as a stand-in, ultimately stepping aside for Luke Hunsicker.

The beginning of 2005 marked a pivotal moment for the Princes. Glenn Dicker, head of Yep Roc, heard a copy of Little Spaces in an associate’s car stereo and got in touch with the band, ultimately offering them a deal. The album was re-released on Dicker... (+) expand
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WhiteHowler (level 16) wrote:
Welcome to t61! I'm really digging the first song you've put up and hope to hear more from you soon.

When you get a chance, you might want to update your artist profile so people will know where to buy your music, see a live show, or just get to know who you are.
8 years ago