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Posted by Live From Studio M on September 23, 2010

The Eastern Conference Champions made a stop in Studio M yesterday prior to their show which is taking place TONIGHT at the High Noon Saloon, 9pm! This band + their upcoming show is cool for a lot of reasons:

  1. During their Studio M Session, they played some cool covers – like Bob Dylan for instance – along with a song that you may already be familiar with, entitled “A Million Miles an Hour.” This was featured on the Twilight – Ecplise soundtrack! Check out the video of their performance below.
  2. ECC partnered with Physicians Plus to perform a cool song for them, which has been featured in TV spots as well as on the radio.
  3. Their show at the High Noon Saloon is free with a $5 suggested charitable donation to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
  4. Physicians Plus has been running a contest called “Get the Gist” inviting local musicians to recreate the ECC song to win a $3600 Gretsch Guitar! The Top 3 finalists have been selected, and one person will win tonight based on audience response!

Who knew going to a show could make you feel so good? See you there!
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  1. [...] Eastern Conference Champions also made a stop by Studio M for a live performance.  Check out the video! [...]

    Pingback by 1055 Triple M » [Recommended] Eastern Conference Champions, Spetember 23rd, High Noon Saloon — September 23, 2010 @ 4:14 pm

  2. [...] We managed to cut a nice little swath through the midwest with dates in Madison, WI and Chicago.  Along the way we stopped in for a couple radio gigs and here’s a nice little vid of Josh & Melissa doing “A Million Miles An Hour” acoustic for the great peeps at 1055 Triple M. [...]

    Pingback by Cheese Curds, Beer and Rock n Roll… – Eastern Conference Champions — September 27, 2010 @ 12:16 pm

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