American Sunseekers
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American Sunseekers


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"Klear Cut"

Amazing. Period. - Jeff Miers (Art and Entertainment)

"The Story: Young and Hot!"

“The Buffalo original music scene is dying, it’s been said for a while now. No one goes to clubs anymore unless they’re dancing or on the prowl, no one buys indie music or supports original bands. They used to back in the good old days – when the Goo Goo Dolls played the Continental in bare feet…But look again and you’ll see:
Sold-out or nearly sold-out concerts at the Tralf and Showplace by Klear
Rock act Klear is part of the Budweiser’s national True Music campaign that also features 3 Doors Down and The Donnas.”

“Every time Klear has played, it’s been absolutely packed. It has the feel of a national show in how excited people are. You haven’t seen that in a few years.”

-Adam Gibbs, a promoter with booking agent Entertainment Services, Inc.
- -Toni Ruberto, News Staff, May 30, 2003

"Edgefest X"

“The show featured sets from, among others, the Molotov Cocktail Inc., Vendetta Red, Klear, Smile Empty soul, Trapt, Seether, Finch, HedPe, Powerman 5000, Cold, the Juliana Theory and headliner Staind.”

“Another Buffalo band, Klear, was the highlight of the festival. The band – more than ready to break out – played a version of modern alternative radio rock that still managed to be blistering and bold. The crowd went absolutely nuts for these guys, more “Klear” T-shirts were seen throughout the eight-plus-hour fest than those of any other. Good on ya, boys.”

-Jeff Miers, News Pop Music Critic, May 31, 2003 The Buffalo News
- Jeff Miers, News Pop Music Critic, May 31, 2003 The Buffalo News

"Vanity Fair- Loud and Clear"

Known for their blistering, bold, guitar-driven sound, the modern rock quartet klear has successfully bridged the gap between classic rock and nu-metal. Since coming together in 2001, klear has blazed a rock trail across New York, playing to devoted fans from Manhatten to Buffalo. With their first full-length album, 7500 Miles, and the popular singles, "Its all on Me" and "Down," klear is now beginning to enjoy the coveted airtime they crave. And with their song "Beautiful End" debuting in an upcoming feature film, the future for klear looks bright. (Included a picture) - Vanity Fair, Nov 2003 Music Issue


2009 - "High Risk, High Reward" due out May 5th

Released prior to 2008 with Klear:
7500 Miles(2003):
"Its All On Me"- Song added to playlists on over 15 commercial radio stations, reached #1 on 103.3Rock Radio (Buffalo,NY), still receiving spins on all stations in re-cur.
"Beautiful End"- Song appears in Miramax film, "The Station Agent", which also won awards at the Sundance Film Festival.
"Down"- The video for Down was played for 8 weeks on Australia's RAGETV(MTV)
"Comeback"- Appears in 2004 episode of FX's Emmy Award winning show, "The Shield".
"Same Old Song"- Added to 5 radio station playlists, Top 20 song.

Makin' Noise(2004):
"Picture" Became a Top 20 Hit on competing rock stations in Buffalo, NY(92.9BUF and 103.3Rock Radio)
"All On Me"- A new version of the already acclaimed song is put on the record and again charts Top 10 in Buffalo and surrounding areas.



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Formed in late 2008, American Sunseekers IS rock n' roll. They don't play it, represent it or live it, they ARE it! The boys meld Rock, Country, Pop and Soul and the word on the street is, they do it well...

The guys from American Sunseekers have collaborated with Robby Takac(bassist Goo Goo Dolls), Mike Mushok(guitarist Staind), Brian Sperber(Hinder, Moby, Blues Traveler) and Armand Petri(Goo Goo Dolls, Sixpense, 10,000 Manicas). Their previous single with the band Klear, "All On Me", hit number one on competing stations simultaneously 103.3 WEDG (Citadel) and 92.9 WBUF (Infinity) - an unheard of accomplishment for an independent band. "Beautiful End" was prominently featured in the Sundance Film Festival winner and Miramax hit "The Station Agent", "Comeback" was used on the FX series "The Shield" and "Mr. Cracker" was included on "As Real As It Gets" / Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). In addition, the music video for "Down"received great reviews and support on RAGE TV in Australia.

This success allowed them to start sharing the stage with artists that include Kid Rock, Chuck Berry, Staind, Goo Goo Dolls, Gov't Mule, Saliva, D12, America, Tea Party and many, many more. In addition to playing some of the most prestigious clubs in the US like the Vipor Room, House of Blues (Mandalay Bay/ Las Vegas), Whisky A Go Go, CBGB's, Six Flags Darien Lake and The Key Club, American Sunseekers(as Klear) became a feature of Buffalo's Thursday in The Square Concert Series, drawing more than 15,000 people 3 times.

FYI, American Sunseekers are also EXTREMELY patriotic...if you couldn't tell! They were honored to travel to Alaska, as part of AFE, to support and entertain the troops at multiple bases across the state. From Fairbanks to Ketchikan, they played for the proud men and women who were about to be deployed to Iraq.

The boys of American Sunseekers have found support and features in national publications as well, such as Billboard Magazine, Hit Parader and Vanity Fair, and regional press throughout the country. They also became a part of Budweiser's "True Music Series".

May 2009 will see the boys of American Sunseekers releasing their debut record,"High Risk, High Reward" and hitting the road to do what they do best, Rock N' Roll!!!

So if you don't know, you better go ask somebody...

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