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Epic Proportions Tour brings new and deserving musical talents your way

Help your school discover new music with the Epic Proportions Tour

Anchor Artist and co-owner of the Epic Proportions Tour, Gabe Kubanda is bringing his brand of acoustic indie pop along with 2 other amazing bands to colleges, high schools and military bases across the nation this Spring.

“There’s NOTHING more proportionally EPIC than one lone guy on a stage with his acoustic,” jokes Gabe to a Dallas crowd. Known for his interactive live shows and intimate, yet humorous songwriting style, Gabe loves to mess with the audience, sometimes even in the middle of a song.

Co-headlining the tour with Gabe will be Rocktronica band Lost In Atlantis and fun-pop rock band Halocene. Both bands tout female lead vocalists, but with widely varied styles. Check out the official videos for Lost In Atlantis’ single “Tek No” (http://youtu.be/k1h2lj8flCQ) and Halocene’s single “Sometimes” (http://youtu.be/EB9dOyE-DBU).

This “admittedly” unique tour is a boon for colleges on a tight budget, student-programming boards wanting to provide a different concert experience to their students, or activity leaders looking to remove some of the headache/funds out of planning a big concert.

As opposed to most talent agencies today, EPT provides amazing bands, a full iPad-driven Stagescape sound system (courtesy of Line 6), all the gear and a crew for a drastically low price to colleges. By packaging these bands together, traveling in one tour bus, and using alternative fuels when available, EPT is able to keep their costs low to the benefit of cash-strapped schools. They also play concerts for our men and women in uniform, and perform for free at high schools. In addition, EPT is able to partner with great charities like Keep A Breast to provide free giveaways at each concert, and promote awareness of social issues.

Gabe mentions: “We created this tour for one reason:  To bring deserving bands to deserving fans.” And the exposure doesn’t just end after the Spring Tour. EPT is in talks to produce a rockumentary/reality series about life on the road, based on all the live concert/behind-the-scenes footage acquired on each tour, and Gabe Kubanda and Lost In Atlantis have just been confirmed for a string of west coast tour dates on this summer’s widely anticipated Vans Warped Tour 2013. After that, it’s another three-month college tour in the Fall of 2013.

To request the Epic Proportions Tour at your school, email info@epicproportionstour.com or visit the official facebook tour page at www.facebook.com/epicproportionstour to get some free songs!

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