Born on a picnic bench in the freshman quad of Muhlenberg College, The Rebel Saints have gone on to become a Rock 'n Roll sensation, tearing up the club scene from Allentown to the Jersey shore and from Philadelphia to New York. Loyal fans travel for hours to catch one stunning performance by the quartet after another. Led by the booming vocals and manic strumming of guitarist John Simolike, the band has evolved from three friends in an acoustic jam session to a seasoned band with a large and impressive repertoire. Bass player Matt McGlaughlin has been the literal and figurative beat keeper for the group over the last four years. Fan favorite Steve DeMeo lends his vocals and steady guitar playing to the mix. The addition of frenzied drummer Mike Fraclose cemented their dedication to their music, inspiring a surge of creativity that led to their eponymous demo album. Two years later, they have just finished producing their much-awaited second record. Their songs-ranging from blistering rock tunes to laid-back ballads-have received airplay on stations like Allentown's WZZO and Philadelphia's Y100. Their natural talent shines through every time they hit the stage, playing addictive original music that mesmerizes avid concertgoers. They feel at home in all types of venues ranging from rudimentary platforms at colleges to sophisticated stages in large clubs. The Rebel Saints have a fan base that is growing exponentially. Every performance garners more listeners, more CD sales and more rave reviews.
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