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"To.The.Converted"

With the punk revival hitting hard in the Boston area, you wouldn’t expect to hear sweet harmonizing over softly strum guitar strings, however, Cahill delivers just that. Scott O’Brien and Bob Antonelli, two twenty-somethings from Massachusetts, make up one of the best college bands to come about in years. Their voices blend together almost seamlessly on songs like “The Way It Goes” and “So I’ll Wait”, leading the audience to believe that they’re more brothers than neighbors, band mates, and friends. Their sound is reminiscent of Jack Johnson, Nick Drake, Ben Harper,
and the Dave Matthews Band, plus, the ladies love them. Their fans appear to be dominantly college aged females, primarily fascinated with the songs “Easily” and
“The Way It Goes” which are to be released on their follow up to “Just a Thought”, aptly named “Blend.” Their lyrics are sweet, without being saccharine, and speak to
the soul like the best poetry. With lines like “Pay no attention to the sunlight creeping in, pay attention to the dream you’re sleeping in, wrapped up lovers, lost themselves in the covers,” (from the piano laden “Lazy Day”) it’s easy to see why the east coast in falling
in love with the duo; not only are they intensely gorgeous, but they know how to get to your heart. - Genevieve Petersin


Discography

"Blend - EP" Currently playing on over 75 NE College Radio Stations. Tracks include "Easily" "The Way it Goes" "Thousand Cars" and "Lazy Day"
"Blend" Full-Length. Just released independently.

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Cahill's bio starts over 25 years ago when Bob and Scott's parents decided to live on the same street. From birth, these have known eachother and performed together. It started as lip-syncing concerts in their backyard, to dance shows in their living room, to embarrasing home movies, until eventually their creativity turned to guitar playing and songwriting. Their influences include: Guster, Third Eye Blind, Jeff Buckley, Coldplay, Damien Rice, Flaming Lips, Elliot Smith, Josh Rouse, Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer, Ben Harper, Jack Johnson. What sets them apart is their ability to energize a room even though it's only 2 acoustic guitars. THeir chord structures and playing styles bring so much energy to their performance that you're glad there isn't a drummer. Their vocals also set them apart. THey play with harmonies and call and anser styles that are not only refreshing to hear, but they're also very catchy.