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Nights At The Roundtable - Logo - 2006

(Logo - Unsigned for absolutely no good reason - well, there is that language problem) Back over to MySpace discoveries tonight. Logo is a band fro
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(Logo - Unsigned for absolutely no good reason - well, there is that language problem)

Back over to MySpace discoveries tonight. Logo is a band from Italy who've been kicking around for a while and are still without a label. In this day and age that's not entirely a bad thing, since iTunes and some entrepreneurial spirit are spotted working wonders with bands lately.

They've been gigging around Italy quite a bit and did a brief appearance in Memphis in connection with a Jack Daniels promotion a couple years ago. They were seen just recently playing the famous San Remo Festival - so things are looking up.

This track, which is no longer on their MySpace page is one of the first songs they posted when they signed on to MySpace in 2006. Mio Paroles is a great track with good production. Okay, it's in Italian - but that shouldn't stop you. Check them out and visit their site if you can - they can use the support and you'll be discovering a great band in the process.

Good music knows no language boundaries. Honest.

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