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Multi-award winning band, Route 7, is a Seattle based rock n roll trio now living in Los Angeles.
In November of 2002 Route 7 was named by Teen People Magazine as the best unsigned band in America by beating out the top 700 bands in the country and placing first in the Battle of the Bands final competition held in New York City where they shared the stage with performers such as Justin Timberlake and Avril Lavigne!

This band consists of three talented young guys pining for a change and in pursuit of a good tune. Despite a worthy following in Seattle, the boys decided to make the move to Los Angeles, CA at the beginning of 2003. Now in 2006, Route 7 will be into their eighth year together. Hard to believe considering the oldest member of the group is 23 years old. At age 11 they were creating music. Little did they know they would be forming a band and pursuing the dream together at age 15. All three boys were born into musical families and naturally became infatuated with music. Songwriting became a natural, creative outlet for front man and guitarist Aaron Graham, 23, and it remains one of their biggest strengths. Drummer and back-up vocalist David Boehme, 22, was drumming and singing a few years before the band formed and with his creativity and personality reinvents the drummer's role. Robert Manley, 22, is the bass guitarist for the group and brings an eccentric and spontaneous flare. All three personalities come together to make a great rock and roll force. Rapidly growing with time, they now arrive in 2006 an accomplished band, one with proven success and the confidence to win. Never settling and consistently growing, these young guys from Seattle, WA aspire to make an impact and are in search of a platform.

Route 7's sound and style has been influenced by a vast range of artists such as, Oasis, The Beatles, U2, Third Eye Blind, and Goo Goo Dolls.

The annual World Folk Battle of the Bands competition was held in San Francisco on 12/18/04 Over 100 bands on the west coast were judged on their live performances between May 2004 through December 2004. The top seven bands (Among them Route7) made it to the finals held in San Francisco. Despite illness, and longest traveling distance, they displayed their determination and confidence finishing in first place!

Route 7 can also be found on the International Film & Music Festival s 10th Anniversary Celebration Compilation CD featuring the top music artists of 2004!