(WTNH) -- Beach Avenue performs on CT Style.
In just under one year Beach Avenue has gone from merely an idea to having accomplished more than most bands do in their whole existence.
The band got together for the first time to perform at Mohegan Sun's annual rooftop Battle of the Bands in Summer of 2011 and with their first three shows ever took home the win.
Beach Avenue also earned a headlining spot at the casino's Wolf's Den venue to start off the year, kicking off a busy 2012 for Beach Avenue.
The band entered Firehouse 12 Studio in downtown New Haven to record their debut EP "Something To Believe In" which was released on June 26th.
Check them out:
Monday August 27th @ The Wolf's Den in Mohegan Sun Casino. 8:00 p.m. start time. 21+ event with free admission.
Saturday September 29th - The Last Green Festival in Brooklyn
The Last Green Festival is a 3 day outdoor music and arts festival. The festival will work to promote sustainability and greener living as well as promote preservation of our region.
Learn more at www.beachavenuemusic.com
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