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More Than We Can Handle
  • Artist: Fairway Falls
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 796873044240
  • Item #: SRD304424
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 4/15/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Price: $6.30

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More Than We Can Handle on CD

The roots of Fairway Falls began when Dave, Matt, and Alex got together in 2006 and began making music (really bad music). After struggling to find a bassist and singer, the band stumbled upon singer Adam Vasquez. Fairway recorded it's first song with Adam Vasquez called 'Entrance to Trains' and listened to it every single day. In 2007, Fairway Falls found Dan Smith to sing and play bass for the Eastern Talent Show. This was Fairway Falls' first show (though other shows had been played under alter egos). In the summer of 2007, the band took a short break from playing. In the fall, Kevin McGovern and AJ Schmidt joined the band when an announcement came out for a battle of the bands at the Trocadero. With AJ's incredible singing and Kevin's amazing bass-playing, the band won the battle of the bands and won 10 hours of professional studio time and $5000. Not (The band was disqualified after not returning enough tickets). Eventually, AJ Schmidt went off to join Almost Arlington, and the band was stuck without a singer. One miraculous morning, Kevin called Greg D'Amico and invited him to come to one of the band's practices. The band instantly fell in love with Greg, and Greg experienced similar emotions toward the band. Fast-forward a few months and some lineup changes, and we have the current Fairway Falls, a determined group of kids with big plans. Their debut EP, More Than We Can Handle, is an upbeat blend of pop and rock that's fun to listen to. This self-produced album is loaded with catchy melodies that will have you humming for days.