Six Year Stretch Brings its ‘Masquerade’ to the Kings Rook Club

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Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016 at 11:15 AM
Six Year Stretch Brings its ‘Masquerade’ to the Kings Rook Club by Ryan Smith

Saturday, Aug. 13

“Fresh, different, and on the prettier side of rock music.”

That’s how acoustic guitarist Mark Bartlett describes Masquerade, the first LP by Erie-based pop-rockers Six Year Stretch.

Six Year Stretch is rolling out Masquerade at a live show and CD release party on Saturday, Aug. 13 at the Kings Rook Club.

Finding a whole lotta love in fans of the Dave Matthews Band, 3 Doors Down, Maroon 5, and other alternative-pop heavy-hitters, “the music we write is lyrical and focused on harmonies,” says singer Alex Brown, and “the songs on the album are full of relatable stuff.”

Six Year Stretch is rolling out Masquerade at a live show and CD release party on Saturday, Aug. 13 at the Kings Rook Club.

With a who’s-who of local special guests including Tyler Smilo, Jess Royer, C. Brown, and Jonny Evans joining in, it’s shaping up to be quite an evening for the record(s). – Ryan Smith

10 p.m. // 1921 Peach St. // facebook.com/sixyearstretch

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