LOVE SAID NO To Perform At WSOU 89.5 FM Pre-60th Anniversary Party In NYC

LOVE SAID NO the new band featuring Erik Rogers (vocals; STEREOMUD), Bobby Burns (bass; SOULFLY, PRIMER 55), Frank "Bud" Fontsere (drums; STUCK MOJO) and Billy Grey (guitar; SOUNDEVICE, FOZZY) will perform at the WSOU 89.5 FM pre-60th anniversary party on Thursday, April 10 at Delancey in New York City. This event is also the first installment of Rock Parlour, a bi-monthly Thursday night bash fit for rock queens and kings, which is brought to you by Cathy Campagna, DJ Chrissy and Georgie Seville. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and bands hit the stage at 8:00 p.m. Also scheduled to appear are TEN FEET FROM MURDER, PURPOSE IN REASON, ASHES OF YOUR ENEMY and WEST GATE.

LOVE SAID NO's video for the song "Broken" which was shot on February 26, 2008 at the Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia with director Scott "El" Haney for El Haney Video Productions can be viewed below.

Audio samples from LOVE SAID NO's self-titled EP are available on the band's MySpace page.


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