Me and Heath
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Me and Heath

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF
Band Alternative Rock


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"Me and Heath Demo Review"

It's more than just a design gimmick that Me & Heath are joined by a treble clef in place of the traditional ampersand. Music, literally and figuratively, joins this band. That's right Me & Heath is actually made up of (wait for it) Heath and claiming the right to the anonymous, multi-purpose Me title are (with their fitting press kit descriptors): T. Nut: vocal harmony &guitar invasion, Mr. Cash'in: lead guitar, Big Benny: sonic boomin' bass, Samerai the 7th: lyrical sniper, Jaxon Camaero: guitar acrobatics, and TJ: guitar and vocals. Rocc Bizzy (who appears in promo material but not on this CD): percussion artillery.

If the first track "Goin'On" doesn't elicit the oral equivalent of a double-take because you'll swear you're hearing a young Stevie Wonder, then you're not paying close enough attention. Through some magical production nimbleness (yup, it's a word) both the front lyrical and the back rap voices blend, mesh and seemingly effortlessly complement each other. Crisp, creative and memorable: How else could you describe a tune that includes a reference to Napoleon Dynamite? Like the indie film of the same name, me & Heath is (or should be) a shoe-in for generating the same type of cult following (hopefully minus the copycat blond 'fro and the "Vote For Pedro" Tee). In "Outta Control", Me & Heath alludes to that type of success too: "A new sound in town, keep you your eyes peeled. F***k stealing third, we're taking the whole field." That baseball analogy slips into the band's words of appreciation on their liner notes too: "Thank you to all of our Family, Friends and Fans, you have been with us since the top of the first and will be there for us when we go into extra innings."

Different (slightly more aggressive) but the same (vocals are front and centre), "Whiskey" reflects the entire 5-track CD's approach to this hybrid of musical approach. Acoustic Hip-Rock graciously allows each element of each track to shine independently yet it maintains a musical cohesiveness sometimes lacking in this new genre (or cleverly reworked old genres). How? Through superb guitar riffs, perfectly pitched, layered and mixed harmonies, lyrics that are smart without being smug, uplifting without being cheesy. Now, one (admittedly strained) final baseball reference: A hit by any other name… -

"PABI Heroes Finalists"

Military, Professional and Youth Sports Brain Injury Experts to Discuss Program Integration at VIP Dinner

New York, NY, November 05, 2009 -- Experts in the field of neuroscience will discuss the integration of Military, Professional Sports and Youth Sports programs to better prevent, identify and treat brain injuries during a special moderated dinner discussion at the Sarah Jane Brain Foundation’s Annual Angel Awards banquet, the organization announced today.

The SJBF also announced that 100 percent of the donations received from the American PABI Heroes Concert, which will be held after the Angel Awards Reception, as well as all of the online donations made during its live webcast will be donated to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund (which is building the National Intrepid Center of Excellence for Traumatic Brain Injury in Bethesda, MD). All of these events will be held at Webster Hall in New York City on Tuesday, November 17 and will be open to the media.

The Host Committee Dinner Dialogue Discussion will feature:
Dr. David Hovda, Director the UCLA Brain Injury Research Center who is advising the Pentagon on brain injuries
Dr. Thom Mayer, Chairman of Best Practices and Medical Director for the NFL Players Association
Dr. Gerard Gioia, Chief, Division of Pediatric Neuropsychology, Director, Safe Concussion Outcome, Recovery and Education (SCORE) Program at Children’s National Medical Center
Mr. Chris Nowinksi, President and CEO of the Sports Legacy Institute

The Discussion will be moderated by:
Dr. Daniel Perl, Director of the Neuropathology Division at Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Ten bands who were selected this spring as semi-finalists from around the country (see list below) will compete during the day to become the “American PABI Hero.”

Immediately following the Annual Angel Awards Reception, Webster Hall will be opened up for a concert performance by all the semi-finalists, with 100 percent of the ticket sales being donated to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. The concert will be webcast live and all of the online donations made during the day will also be donated to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.

Details of American PABI Heroes Grand Finale, Concert and Annual Angel Awards Reception and Dinner:

Tuesday, November 17, 2009, at Webster Hall, 125 East 11th Street, New York City
11:00 am - 3:00 pm American PABI Heroes Grand Finale (closed to the public, open to the media)
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Annual Angels Awards Reception (open to the public and media)
General tickets: $150 per person / VIP tickets: $1,000 pp

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm Host Committee Dinner Dialogue Discussion about the Integration of Military, Professional and Youth Sports programs for the prevention, identification and treatment of brain injuries (open to the public and media)
Host Committee Levels: $2,500; $5,000; $10,000; $25,000 and $50,000

8:00 pm - 12:00 am American PABI Heroes Concert for The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund (open to the public and media)
Concert tickets: $15 pp (100% donated to Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund)

List of bands competing and the cities they are from:
Boston, MA: Slow Century
New York, NY: April’s End
Raleigh, NC: The Wayves
Raleigh, NC: Sights of Sound
Miami, FL: The Nicole Patrick Band
Columbus, OH: OfHuman
Chicago, IL: ZC Flawless Drumline
Dallas, TX: Lately
Denver, CO: J. Co
Los Angeles, CA: Me and Heath

Recording artist and voice of Barbie, Kristy Kay, will be serving as the Masters of Ceremony for the American PABI Heroes Grand Finale.

For media inquiries, please contact the Sarah Jane Brain Foundation’s Communications Director, Jennipher Dickens at (212) 576-1180 or

For ticket sales, Host Committee tickets and donor sponsorship opportunities, please contact the Sarah Jane Brain Foundation’s Director of Development, Jessica York at (212) 576-1180 or


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CALI4YA (2010)

me&heath (2009)

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Me and Heath started when TJ and Heath moved from the cold of Colorado to find warmth in the Cali sunshine. Far from the front burner, the boys played music for the love of the game while they tried to find their place in the city of Angels. Sports have always been an important part of the experience with all members playing various sports loving various teams and games.

After tooling with members and line-ups, playing hundreds of locals shows, touring the Southwest and fine tuning their style and sound Me and Heath has become "LA's most original band" fusing Dave Matthews acoustic musicality with RHCP's funky swing adding Sublime's easy breeze