Life On The Line, All Poets and Heroes Interview

Fred Reed talks to All Poets and Heroes in our third Midnight Sun session.

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Friday October 18th at Funk N Waffles – Hunny Ten w/s/g All Poets & Heroes

Find all their Music on Spotified

Indie Rock/ Art Rock /Folk Pop
Band Members
Rob McCall – Vocals/Guitar
Corey Jordan – Guitar/Vocals
Zack Fitzgerald – Guitar/Keys
Rob Zaccaria – Drums
Brian Modafferi – Bass
Their Story
In the summer of 2015, Rob McCall & Corey Jordan met and founded All Poets & Heroes out of their hometown of Syracuse, NY. That summer, the duo began crafting a sound that explored resonating folk melodies with that of the sensible nostalgia that filled the 90s alternative music scene. Since then, the duo has grown into a full-fledged band developing towards an introspective project that aims to challenge listeners to feel, and to feel deeply. The band is gearing up to release its follow-up album to 2017’s EP, “Where We Lived and What We Lived For” with the lead single, “Life on the Line” currently available on all streaming platforms. All Poets & Heroes produces music that exposes hurt, longing, and grief and turns those feelings into love, connection, and hope.

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