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Rocky Loves Emily

Hit The Road with Sparks The Rescue and Aristo On

The Surrender Your Booty Tour June 11-July 3

Secrets Don’t Make Friends LP Out Now on Tooth & Nail Records

Detroit, MI’s Rocky Loves Emily are hitting the road with Sparks the Rescue and Aristo, on the Surrender Your Booty Tour, presented by The JW Agency. The pop-rock outfit will be out in support of their new Tooth and Nail Records LP, Secrets Don’t Make Friends, which Underthegunreview.net calls, “The most promising pop release of 2012.”

Produced by Matt Grabe (The Maine, The Summer Set) the new album displays much growth since RLE’s 2010 American Dream debut EP. As guitarist Andrew Stevens explains, “The band grew into who we are as people between the EP and this album. We figured out who we are and put it into music.”

As singer Brandon James Ellis says “We just wanted more real songs. Stuff from the heart about the things we were going through as people. It’s an album we can all be proud of.”

The boys in Rocky Loves Emily are eager to get back on the road to play the new songs for their fans on the Surrender Your Booty Tour, which is also the first headlining tour that Sparks The Rescue has been out on in over 2 years. Sparks the Rescue is excited to be playing songs off their new self-titled EP which is scheduled for release in early summer.

SPARKS THE RESCUE

http://www.facebook.com/sparkstherescue
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kC-imF1r89U

ROCKY LOVES EMILY (Tooth And Nail Records)
http://www.facebook.com/ROCKYLOVESEMILYband
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xeWKBK70QI

ARISTO
http://www.facebook.com/aristo.music
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYZ4JvwDk_Y

Tour Dates:

6/11    Altoona PA   VFW Fort Apache

6/12    Jermyn Pa Eleanor Rigby’s

6/13    Allentown PA   Crocodile Rock Cafe

6/14    Poughkeepsie NY   The Loft

6/15    Hamden CT    The Space

6/17    Providence RI    Firehouse 13

6/18    TBA

6/19    Amityville NY   Ollie’s Point

6/20    Philadelphia PA   Trocadero Balcony

6/21    Stanhope NJ    Stanhope

6/22    Hangerstown MD    RCM Center

6/23    Springfield VA   Empire

6/24    Greensboro NC TBA

6/25    Nashville TN    The Rutledge

6/27    Cincinnati OH   Galaxy CDs

6/28    Indianapolis IN    The Irving Theater

6/29    Wyandotte MI    The Active Room

6/30    Barrington IL    Penny RD Pub

7/1     Grand Rapids MI   The Intersection

7/2     Toledo OH    Frankies

7/3     Canton OH     The Auricle

Rocky Loves Emily is:

Brandon James Ellis – vocals

Andrew Stevens – guitar

Sean Kick – guitar

Stephen Hull – bass/keys

Pete Kalinowski – drums

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