Michigan’s Own TwentyforSeven In Studio!

One of Buck and Coop’s new favorite shows is called Opening Act.  It takes local acts from around the United States and has them compete to be an Opening Act for a national act.  And on a recent episode, Canton, Michigan’s own TwentyforSeven worked their butts off to become an opening act for Travie McCoy and Gym Class Heroes!  The fellas stopped by in the studio to chat about the show and their new music!

Members Rajiv Dhall, Matt Pastor, Blake Hayes and Corey DeLuca stopped by in studio to chat about the show Opening Act and their new music.  On the show, they were actually picked up to open for Gym Class Heroes in El Paso, Tx.  To prepare for the gig, the band worked with Martina McBride, Pete Wentz, Jason Derulo, chart-topping producer Antonina, and vocal coach Nick Cooper, who has worked with such artists as Beyonce and Katy Perry).

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We are throwing out support out there for the guys, not just because they are from Michigan, but they sound AWESOME!

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