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The best kept secret in music


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Single- "Make Sweet Love"
Album "Little Black Book" in store Auguest 2004


Feeling a bit camera shy


Founded in 1997, this quintet has since been making great strides in the mainstream music industry. Performing all over California and the West Coast, Legaci (a.k.a. LGC) has been wowing audiences with their silky voices, powerful harmonies and diverse musical stylistics. Their style of music can best be described as a soulful blend of traditional R&B, with a modern twist of pop and alternative rock. They hope to bring a new flavor of music to the mainstream audience, along with the reminiscent nostalgia of the influences they idolized while growing up.

LGC has not failed to grab the attention of the media. In 1997, they were guest featured on the San Francisco Bay Area’s radio morning show, “ Wild 94.9’s The Doghouse”. In 2001, they began recording their first single, “Make Sweet Love”, releasing their first taste of recorded music to their local following. Immediately, the fans responded and awarded LGC the grand prize winners of 107.9 KDND’s band search, allowing LGC to perform for an upward audience of 10,000, and open for some of today’s hottest industry acts, namely BBmak, 3LW, Dream, and Smashmouth. Because of the response they received from their first single, “Make Sweet Love”, they decided to record a music video of the song, and released it to the public. Soon after, in March of 2002, their first music video, “Make Sweet Love” won first place in VideoMaker Magazine’s contest for the category of “Best Music Video”. They were featured nationally in the April 2002 issue of VideoMaker magazine, where the magazine commented, “Music videos was by far the most popular category in our competition, pouring to us in reckless abandon...Looking and sounding every bit as good as any MTV boy-band, Legaci’s 'Make Sweet Love' knocked us out with its camera work, lighting and editing as well as the ballad’s overall sincerity.” More recently, in September of 2003, Legaci entered CALLATT’s Battle of the Bands competition, and placed as a finalist, rating them among the top 3 out of the total 1800+ bands that applied from all over the nation.

Currently the band is finishing up their long awaited premiere album, and plans to release it under Kamikaze Records with high hopes for the immediate future.