Local band celebrates release of first single

Published: Friday, July 5, 2013 at 08:15 AM.

Added McEniry, “I’m constantly surprised by their professionalism.”

McEniry thought that the students would come together, have some fun and then go their separate ways, but was proud when the group took shape and started playing shows in Port St. Joe and Panama City.

Prior to Haddock joining the group on bass guitar, Densmore filled in on the instrument.

“It was great when Cole joined on bass. I wasn’t doing a very good 11-year-old impression,” Densmore joked.

Since finalizing the lineup, the group has played numerous churches in the area and said that their favorite gig to-date was at the Port St. Joe Relay for Life event in April.

“I liked it because we played for a good cause,” said McFarland.

As the group continued to get booking requests, McEniry viewed it as the perfect opportunity for the band members to learn the business side of the music world.

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