Gone to Earth Storms LI Music Scene

Long Island's Hottest Rock Band's Graduation Party June 5th

Long Island, NY (PRWEB) May 31, 2005 -- Gone to Earth, having recently opened for such stars as Incubus and The Music, will be returning to LI on Sunday June 5th at 5pm at The Crazy Donkey, Farmingdale, NY.

Gone to Earth’s music, a unique fusion of electronic and melodic rock, has captured the ears of Long Island. Enthusiastic fans, excited by the bands earlier work, have been patiently waiting for the release of more of their highly original music. Following the recent college graduation of several band members, Gone to Earth now returns in full force ready to tour with a new CD and an hour long set.

Gone to Earth made their mark on the Long Island scene last year by winning a fifty band competition sponsored by WBLI at the popular rock club,The Downtown. They were an immediate favorite and played at numerous clubs in New York City such as CBGB, The Downtime, Continental, and a variety of LI clubs. They went on to win other competitions and their music has been featured on radio and TV stations where they are known for their lively interviews and sense of humor.

Jon Maisel, lead guitarist and a recent University of Miami graduate says, "Making time for both school and the band was difficult. One week I had to ask my professors for time off for 'personal reasons' to fly North to open for Incubus and The Music, a multi-platinum English group on tour in the US. We rehearsed, performed before 6,500 college students and then I had to switch gears and study for my make-up tests.”

With college graduation behind them, Gone to Earth is ready to devote all of its energy to future performances. The band is currently planning a showcase for a select group of leading publishers and labels and is booking its fall college tour.

For more information on Gone To Earth, visit http://www.myspace.com/gonetoearth or contact:
Jon Maisel
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Source: Gone to Earth Music

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