The Gentlemen
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The Gentlemen

Baltimore, Maryland, United States | SELF

Baltimore, Maryland, United States | SELF
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"The Gentlemen to play Tigerfest"

Senior history major and The Gentlemen’s lead vocalist and guitarist Justin Link was standing in the back of Paws with band mate Stan Trutsi when Campus Activities Board programming chair Nick Jones announced his band as an opening Tigerfest Act. When he heard his band’s name, Link said couldn’t believe it. But rock band The Gentlemen was the winner of CAB’s Battle of the Bands contest, held at Paws Friday night, among six other bands of different genres.

Selecting a winner was a tough decision to make, according to several of the competition’s judges. Senior business administration major Andrew Rivera was not only a judge for the event, but also a member of punk-oriented band Who is Atlas, a past Battle of the Bands competitor. Rivera said he and the other judges had criterion that each band had to meet by engaging the audience in some way.

“It was really hard, but as far as musicians go, we definitely agreed on a consensus that [The Gentlemen] had the best sound out of any of the bands,” Rivera said. “They were very clear, you could understand them. They’re very technical and they didn’t mess up. They really played amazingly.”

The members of The Gentlemen said they are excited to perform at Tigerfest, which will take place at Johnny Unitas Stadium on Friday, May 6.

- The Towerlight


The Gentlemen released their first album ‘The Gentlemen are coming’ in January, and I honestly can’t wait to here more from these guys in the future. The band manage to keep things fresh with upbeat drum fills, and captivating vocals. Tracks on the album possess all the classic elements of a rock n roll sound, uplifted with interjections of vibrancy. With such wide appeal, The Gentlemen make music which is sure to please any modern-day alternative rock fan. It might even prompt the middle aged rocker to get out his old leather jacket from thirty odd years ago and jam along to the tracks. It’s music intended for the more currently inclined ear, which the old-school rockers can appreciate. - The Motion Online


-The Gentlemen are Coming. Released 2011



As the first decade of the new century is coming to a close and Rock n Roll has yet to find its feet in the world of today's music, The Gentlemen from Baltimore, MD, have found their groove by putting one foot in front of the other. Made up of four city grown males, Justin Link (Vocals/Guitar), Stanley Trusti (Guitar), Matthew Robinson (Bass Guitar) and Mitchell Scott (Drums) have been playing together since 2009. The Gentlemen play rock n roll with an old school work ethic. Tapping into the influences of old and new artists a like The Gentlemen have recently recorded their first EP that was released in January 2011. The Gents are ready for the world to hear their music and tour giving everyone a chance to find out what they are known for, their live show. The members are always on the go and it reflects through their music. "They are all about capturing the moment." fan David Bronstein says. Bringing back the old feeling of being able to have a rock band to fall in love with. The Gentlemen's EP may tell everyone they are coming. However, it seems as if they have all ready arrived.