The Five Percent
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The Five Percent

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"Concert Reviews"

Diamond City-By Dave Thackara
"The Five Percent only let me down with one aspect of their show - they left the stage."

Word of Mouth PA- By Tonia Jordan
"For a band that’s only been around a little more than a year, these guys seem to know exactly what they’re doing."

EC/DC - Gene Padden
The band that once harnessed elements of Maroon 5 and D'Angelo sounds more like Edwin McCain singing for Blessed Union of Souls. - None

"CD Reviews"

The Weekender/ Alan K. Stout
"Throughout the breezy and soulful album, which is often laced with romantic imagery, Nicastro's guitar work shines and Ralph's vocals aptly capture a wide range of emotions."

TAXI Album Review
"The vocalist is simply the best unsigned talent I have heard in a long time."

Word of Mouth PA - Tonia Jordan
"It’s some of the best music that I’ve ever heard." - None


May 2006: Release date of "Making Some Sense of Today"

November 2006: "Our Life" - 2,500 units sold

September 2005: 3483 seconds of your life - 2,500 units sold



The five percent is set to release their third CD in less than two years. The second release, Our Life (November 2007), has sold nearly 3000 copies. While touring the country in support of the record, the overwhelming response has energized the band to record fourteen new songs.

For this release, Making Some Sense of Today, the band once again teamed up with Grammy-nominated producer Jack Gauthier. The new album features varied ensembles and guest vocals by Pete Francis from Dispatch.

After the May release, the band will hit the road immediately to support this new record playing small towns and big cities across the country.

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