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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Wentzville's Exit 714 Is A Finalist For The Charter Center Stage Battle Of The Bands

Posted By on Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 2:20 PM


The Charter Center Stage Battle Of The Bands has entered its final stage, where eleven bands from around the country will compete for a chance to win a prize package anchored by an opening spot in Madison, Wisconsin on October 15th for Panic! At The Disco, Fitz and the Tantrums and Plain White T's.

Our regional first round champion is Wentzville's Exit 714. We'll defer to the official bio: "This band is based on good times, real situations, and true rock and roll!" Exit 714 recently won the Battle To Play Pointfest and thereby earned a spot at this past weekend's Fest.

You can vote for the home team starting on September 18th right here. The winner will be determined entirely by fan voting. The ten competitors Exit 714 faces are:

History of Painters from California Kari Lynch Band from Michigan The Matt Burke Band from Rockton, Illinois Serious Clark from North Carolina SUnderland from Oregon Pseudo Nein from Alabama Night Fevers from Massachusetts This City Awaits from Texas Omari from Minnesota The Surfers from Tennessee

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