Pax217, a rock band from Orange County, CA. that put out 2 full lengths and an ep in the early 00’s, reunited last summer and has now put out that live show on album/video. Check out the release and buy it in a few different options (or download free) right here. It is a fantastic live release and has superb audio quality. A must have without a doubt.

 

 

PAX217 Live Album + Video Out Now! #paywhatyouwant

Did you get the new album yet? And have you seen the merch up online all at PAX217.com We had such much fun reconnecting with you all at the show, what a gift to share this music one more time!

Posted by PAX217 on Saturday, February 24, 2018

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