Cheap Girls’ Album Release Party 2/17 at Mac’s Bar

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Cheap Girls - Photo by Ryan Russell

Cheap Girls, a Lansing-based rock/powerpop trio, is hosting their album release party for “Giant Orange” at Mac’s Bar on Friday, Feb. 17th. Supporting acts include Michigan-based Had Matter, Little American Champs, and Shores.

Optimistic guitar riffs, friendly alt-pop vocals, and catchy hooks characterize Cheap Girls’ music, as fevering percussion combined with amp ripping melodies prove to be a common denominator in each song. Members include Ben Graham (drums), Ian Graham (bass/vocals) and Adam Aymor (guitar).

Cheap Girls’ following has been growing since their sophomore album, “My Roaring 20’s,” landed them a record deal with nationally acclaimed, independent label Rise Records. The band has toured the country more than six times since 2008, including national music festivals, such as Warped Tour and Awesome Fest.

Cheap Girls is scheduled to tour the country in March, following their public release of “Giant Orange” on Feb. 21st.

Tickets are $8 in advance or $10 at the door. Tickets are available at Flat Black and Circular (East Lansing) and Music Manor (Lansing) or online through Fusion Shows.

Doors open at 7p.m.

 

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