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[Recommended] Greg Laswell w/ Cary Brothers and Harper Blynn, High Noon Saloon,

Greg Laswell w/ Cary Brothers and Harper Blynn Wednesday July 28, 8:30pm, 18+ High Noon Saloon, More Info, Tickets Another fantastic singer-songwriter will be arriving in Madison on July 28.  Greg Laswell is an alternative pop rock musician who has been writing and recording music since the late 90's.  Greg Laswell's early music career started in his native San Diego with a band called Shillglen.  Shillglen gained slight popularity before the band "took a break" in 2001 and never got back together. Greg Laswell has released 4 solo studio albums beginning with 2003's Good Movie, his 2006 release Through Toledo, 2008's Three Flights from Alto Nido, and most recently his May 4, 2010 release Take a Bow.  Laswell has had music included in films and televisions shows including "Grey's Anatomy," "True Blood," "One Tree Hill," and My Sister's Keeper.  Specifically for the season 5 finale of "Grey's Anatomy," Laswell specifically wrote his single 'Off I Go." Joining Greg Laswell at the High Noon Saloon will be Cary Brothers as well as Harper Blynn.  Cary Brothers is a Nashville based indie rock singer songwriter.  Brothers scored success with his track "Blue Eyes" after it was included on the widely popular Garden State soundtrack.  Cary Brothers released a new album titled Under Control on April 6 of this year.  Harper Blynn is an indie rock band from New York and will be joining Cary Brothers and Greg Laswell on the bill. Be sure to check out these 3 outstanding musical acts on July 28 at the High Noon Saloon.  Head over to True Endeavors for tickets!

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