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Grapevine

Pittsburgh music group Grapevine came jointly in early 1997 and had the auspicious fortune to have their initial live present be an starting appearance for hometown heroes the Clarks. Comprising vocalist/guitarist Jean-Marc Azoury, guitarist Kevin McDonald, bass participant Kenny Pardiny, and drummer Chris Jamison, the band’s mixture of traditional rock and roll with modern rock and roll earned them evaluations to acts just like the Dark Crowes and Goo Goo Dolls. They quickly gained a live pursuing and elevated their profile whenever a Pittsburgh radio place included (and put into their play list) the melody “Comfy” on the compilation of regional acts. In the summertime of 1999, the group released their initial full-length album, Superstar, through the Clarks’ Ruler Mouse imprint and, once again, garnered regional airplay and positive replies.

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