Wednesday, July 6, 2005

Rockers Hope To Create New Fan Base at Summer Camps

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – This summer, rock band i-94 is going where no hard-core band has gone before – Summer Camp.

The British-based group just kicked off its “Camplified Tour” at New York’s Camp Walden on Sunday (Jul. 3), and will visit summer camps all over the Northeast U.S. until mid- August, when they play their last show at Camp Kinder Ring in Hopewell Junction, New York.

Though the band is promoting their new album, Don’t Get Nervous, guitarist and UK native Matt Cheadle says the band is “a little apprehensive because our age bracket is a little older than 11-16.”

Cheadle has no idea what to expect on tour, saying he’s only heard of “fat camps” in the U.S. He just hopes the kids won’t turn their backs and walk the other way when they start playing.

Parents can rest easy that the band won’t drop any F- bombs during their set – i-94 songs don’t contain any cuss words.

One song has the word “dope,” but Cheadle’s pretty sure that won’t be a problem, adding the campers “are probably all on dope anyway.”

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