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Bands in/from Dulaney


For six years, BCPS has been declared one of America's “Best Communities for Music Education” by the American Music Conference. While Dulaney High School's choral, orchestral and band concerts certainly showcase that, students have been taking individual roles in showing Baltimore what music really is.
So will All Time Low remain Dulaney's only claim to musical fame?
Listen to these 19 tracks and decide for yourself.

(Track listing and band descriptions in comments.)

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Ian Chang – Sunday Morning (Maroon 5 Cover)
Jenny Kim – Missing You Missing Me
The Company – Words Like Daggers
All Time Low – Painting Flowers
The Alckemists – She Wants a Fight (Live)
Epix Beat – Tryout
Brightview – This Is Awkward…But I Like It
The Flying Eyes – Lay With Me
Ashes of Angels – Fleeting Farewells and Untimely Goodbyes
The Alckemists – Kids (MGMT Cover, Live)
Brightview – Wake Up
The Flying Eyes – Winter
All Time Low – Running From Lions (Acoustic)
Lisa-Ann Tang – Offbeat (Clara Chung Cover)
Cheryl Wheeler – Arrow
Writing Wrongs – Track 02
Cheryl Wheeler – Sylvia Hotel
Jenny Kim – If Only I
IAN CHANG (http://www.youtube.com/user/ywiancmusic)
Ian Chang, sophomore, plays guitar and sings in his covers of songs by artists such as Maroon 5 and OneRepublic.

JENNY KIM (http://www.youtube.com/user/xoxcherryxoxo)
Jenny Kim, sophomore, writes original songs and covers songs by artists such as Leona Lewis, OneRepublic and Colbie Caillat. She plays guitar and sings, and is in Rhapsody.

LISA-ANN TANG (http://www.youtube.com/user/littleasiangirl95)
Sophomore Lisa-Ann Tang sings and plays both guitar and piano. She covers of songs she enjoys, including songs by Ingrid Michaelson, The Postal Service and Coldplay, and posts the videos on YouTube. She is well known for her lovely performances at Dulaney's open mic nights, often teaming up with friends. She is in Rhapsody.

THE COMPANY (http://www.myspace.com/thecompany0)
The Company got its start through Dulaney's open mics, and credits Live on 5 for creating its name. Alumni Darius Jones (vocals, trombone, guitar), Sam Taylor (guitar, vocals), Matt Steinberg (guitar, vocals), Andrew Tasselmyer (bass) and Griffin Crist (drums) began playing together in the summer of 2005. The Company has played over the years at The Recher Theatre, Fletcher's and Ukazoo Books. Influences include The Who, Dave Matthews and Phish.

ALL TIME LOW (http://www.alltimelow.com)
Possibly the most popular pop-punk phenomenon the world has seen comes straight from Dulaney's Class of '04. All Time Low consists of Alex Gaskarth (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Jack Barakat (lead guitar, backing vocals), Zachary Merrick (bass, backing vocals) and Rian Dawson (drums). The band's four studio albums, two EPs, eight singles and one live album are all available on iTunes. All Time Low’s hits include “Six Feet Under the Stars” and “Dear Maria, Count Me In.”

THE ALCKEMISTS (http://www.thealckemists.com)
Sophomore Sheila Graves (bass, keys) plays in this alternative rock group alongside Brett Diamond (guitar, vocals, keys), Jack McLoughlin (guitar, vocals) and Ian Viera (drums). They've played at CYC dances and local venues including The Point, The Recher Theatre, The Quarter, and Sonar. The band has covered songs by bands including Matt & Kim, Radiohead and Silversun Pickups, and has written a few original songs.

EPIX BEAT (http://www.youtube.com/user/epixbeat)
Epix is the stage name of beat-boxing sophomore Josh Wei. Yes – beatboxing, as in every sound is made with his body, without instruments, computers, or any backing tracks. Wei has participated in several open mics and beatboxing competitions.

BRIGHTVIEW (brightviewmd" rel="external">http://www.myspace.com/brightviewmd)
Seniors Nate Chenowith (lead vocals), Ed Lee (lead guitar), Matt Bazuine (rhythm guitar), Joe Ramsey (bass) and Evan Klein (drums) make up this pop-punk group. Influences include Fall Out Boy and Four Year Strong. Brightview has played at venues including Fletcher's, The Ottobar, Jammin' Java, The Quarter and The Recher Theatre. Their debut EP “V-Necks and Safe Sex” is available on iTunes. The group is working on changing their style in a full-length to release towards year's end – stay tuned.

THE FLYING EYES (http://www.reverbnation.com/theflyingeyes)
The Flying Eyes is '07 graduate Will Kelly (vocals, guitar) with Adam Bufano (guitar, wizardry), Mac Hewitt (bass, vocals) and Elias Schutzman (drums). The heavy psychedelic rock group has opened for artists such as The Black Keys and The Raveonettes, and has headlined in the local music Farm Fest they produce. The band has recently returned from tour in Germany, and will be playing at The Metro Gallery. They have two successful releases on iTunes.

ASHES OF ANGELS (http://www.reverbnation.com/ashesofangelsmusic)
Dulaney ‘10 graduates Pat Semesky (lead vocals), John Ricely (bass), Danny Zawodny (guitar), Eddy Mosenkis (drums), Ben Schmitz (guitar) and Tom Sless (guitar, vox, bass, keys) make up this intense metal band. They've played several times at The Recher Theatre and The Quarter. Ashes of Angels' debut EP is set to release soon, so check their website out so you don't miss it.

CHERYL WHEELER (http://www.cherylwheeler.com)
Hailed by her fans as one of the greatest female folk singers ever, singer/songwriter Cheryl Wheeler, Dulaney graduate of '68, has toured extensively throughout New England. If you're a fan of Iron & Wine, Joni Mitchell or Fiona Apple, try Wheeler's songs “Sylvia Hotel” and “Arrow.” Her 10 albums are for sale on iTunes.

WRITING WRONGS (http://www.myspace.com/justcantshakethismd)
Pop-punk band Writing Wrongs is sophomore Kris Ewers (vocals), sophomore Jake White (guitar) junior Wes Weitzel (guitar), freshman Nathaniel Price (bass) and junior Gage Magersupp (drums). They plan to release their debut EP, “These Aren’t Skinny Jeans, I’m Just Fat" this summer. Don’t miss it!
MUSIC SELECTION by Aysha Khan and Kevin Roughan.