Friday, July 7, 2006

Warped Tour Sister Act Is’s ‘House Band

’ SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – has come under scrutiny lately, accused by some of being “dangerous” for underage users.

But a sister act from the lily-white suburbs of Utah called Meg and Dia are out to prove is as family-friendly as a minivan – with a great stereo system, of course.

Meg and Dia Frampton are two barely legal wunderkinds on guitar and vocals, respectively, and is sponsoring their four-piece alt-rock group as the website’s “house band” for this summer’s Warped Tour.

Cynics may raise more than an eyebrow at the embattled web company pitching two pretty young pixies as their representatives on the punk tour, but Meg – who just celebrated her 21st birthday – is not worried.

In her words, “It’s funny how [being on tour] removes all one’s pretenses.”

She adds that, if anything, the opportunity is completely family values-positive, claiming the road “has brought us so much closer together.”

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