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Just Say Yes

Just Say Yes

Just Say Yes


We are a high energy Pop-Rock / Alternative band from the Dallas Area. With the exception of Lead Vocalist Cody, we all just started the 11th grade. Hunter Avant, Arlington Martin High School (Vocals / Guitar) is in UIL, All Region band. Cade Arceneaux, Arlington High Point Preparatory Academy (Lead Guitar / Vocals) is an All State track star and is into MMA fighting. Clay Gober, Arlington High School (Bass), is an avid reader and likes to often delve into poetry. Read more on Last.fm
We are a high energy Pop-Rock / Alternative band from the Dallas Area. With the exception of Lead Vocalist Cody, we all just started the 11th grade. Hunter Avant, Arlington Martin High School (Vocals / Guitar) is in UIL, All Region band. Cade Arceneaux, Arlington High Point Preparatory Academy (Lead Guitar / Vocals) is an All State track star and is into MMA fighting.

Clay Gober, Arlington High School (Bass), is an avid reader and likes to often delve into poetry. Alex Small, Bishop Dunne High School (Drums) is the drum line section leader and is in National Honor Society at his school. Some of our influences are Mayday Parade, We the Kings and Boys Like Girls. We have written about seven songs.

All of them are good and more are coming. Meant to Be is our first demo. The song is about that feeling you get when you are with someone and you can leave all of you troubles behind. We will start playing in the Dallas Are and start to record even more songs.

Come out and see one of our shows, download some of our songs and come party with us sometime. We would love to play especially for you some time. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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