A Vesrion Of

A Vesrion Of

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A VERSION OF IS ALL ABOUT THE LIVE PERFORMANCE. SWINGING GUITARS AND MICROPHONES, OR RANDOMLY MAKING UP AN EASY DANCE IS THEIR THING- ANYTHING TO GET THE CROWD MOVING AS IF THEY WERE BAND MEMBERS. FOR THIS BAND, SHOWS ARE NOT A HALF HOUR OF GLOATING OR SHOWING OFF BUT MORE A VAUDEVILLE.

Biography

In November of 2008, Uriel Peres gathered a few of his friends and began working on the song "Call Me Mr. Desperate." Uriel, Dan, XR, and Joey got it finished, but needed drums, so they emailed Jesse Rogers and A Version Of was born.

A Version Of became a local sensation within weeks, with their explosive sound and stage presence. Each member has his own influences, but the collective sound is derived from Taking Back Sunday, Lower Definition, and The Receiving End of Sirens. This band's driving rhythm and catchy melody makes them a unique group that can't be fit into any specific genre.

A Version Of is determined and motivated to succeed and spread their music to as many people as possible. They live to play shows and smile as their devoted fans scream their lyrics along with them.

Discography

A Version Of released a 6-song, self-titled EP.
Last Year, a full-length album was self-released, called "On This Side of Heaven."

All songs can be found right now at myspace.com/aversionof

Set List

A Version Of tends to play "The Pipes Have Called Ye," "White Dress and White Robe Harmonies," "Living My Own Life, Digging My Own Grave," "International Anthem," and "Call Me Mr. Desperate" at their live shows.

They can play as long as needed. A Version Of doesn't play covers.