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Chevonne and The Fuzz plays CMJ on October 16 and 18





Chevonne and The Fuzz plays CMJ on October 16 and 18

Rising up from the fertile sonic breeding grounds of New Jersey, alt rock band Chevonne and The Fuzz presents arena-ready pop rock via their debut EP "Fire At Will.” Larger than life track “Burn Out” is sung as a boy/girl duet between Chevonne and co-front-vocalist Chris Ricci, using the poetic imagery of a stage or film performance to mirror the internal conflicts churning within us all. “Maybe you’ll burn out but I’ll never fade away” are the central lyrics of its hook-laden chorus. Experiencing the band performing this live at their recent record release show at Sullivan Hall drove home the powerful efficiency of it. CMJ attendees will have an opportunity to check out the band at the first of two Big Picture Media official showcases on Wednesday, October 16th at Tammany Hall. Admission is free for this show, which also includes performances by Love Crushed Velvet, Jodi Good, Viv and the Revival, Lily & the Parlour Tricks, Ashley Allen, and The Lawsuits. A second Big Picture Media showcase at Sullivan Hall is set for Friday, October 18th and will feature Nghbrs, Sol Cat, Maria Taylor, Sheppard, and Quiet Company. Admission is $10/21+ or $15/18+. - Dave Cromwell

Published: October 08, 2013 |

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