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Whoa Bro Awesome

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Whoa Bro Awesome

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Location:Bloomington, Indiana
Categorized as:Experimental
Members:Dave Segedy, Justin Shimp
Website:www.myspace.com/whoabroawesome
Total Request:3416 (3017 downloads, 399 plays)
Total Request:3416 (3017 downloads, 399 plays)
About:

Whoa Bro Awesome is Dave Segedy from Bloomington IN. It first started out as a side project of playing drums in Arrah and the Ferns, just playing improved solo drums. Now he's thrown guitar in the mix and Segedy has learned how to write and perform his instrumental songs with drums and guitar at the same time.


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Recent Blog Posts

7/15/14
by Jon Rogers
MFT ZINE Issue #2 - 10 years of MFT - out now!
Donate to get issue #2 of MFT ZINE by mail right now! I considered titlingthis post"You ...
7/14/14
by Taylor Peters
Review: John Stamps and Sirius Blvck's Piggy Banx
There's an electrical box at the corner of State and Prospect that has John Stamps' name...
7/2/14
by Taylor Peters
Review: Dry Socket's Violator EP and Ray Creature's Don't Stop Talking EP
I said I’d be back and so now I’m back. The next two releases on Terre Haute’s...
 
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