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Braata, Façade bands performing Friday in Plea for Peace concert

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Braata, Façade bands performing Friday in Plea for Peace concert

Members of Braata are, from left, Nick Sagaser, Kevin Johnson, Evan Cutler, Andrew Garcia, Amanda Gray, Aaron Mooradian, and Justin Fishburn.

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POSTED December 3, 2009 2:27 a.m.
Braata, a Manteca reggae rock band, and Facade, a progressive rock band, will be sharing their original music at the Plea for Peace Center in Stockton this Friday, Dec. 4, at 8 p.m.

Braata has been together for just over a year and has just finished their first CD which will be available at this concert. Their reggae rock sound has become very popular with many age groups both in the Manteca area and the Bay Area where they took 2nd place at the Hayward battle of the bands, took 1st place at the Pleasanton Battle of the bands and just this last month took 1st place at the Slim’s San Francisco Battle of the bands. To listen to their music or to see their upcoming shows visit their website at http://www.myspace.com/braata6.

Facade, with their unique progressive rock music, has been working on their first CD which will be available in 2010. They have been a big hit at several venues including Summer Concert at Modesto Centre Plaza, Barking Dog and several private parties. This band is sure to make a big impression on the audience. To see their upcoming show visit their website at http://www.myspace.com/facde6.

Both of these bands are directed by Gordon Kennedy of GK Production. To book a show or to purchase a CD you can contact Gordon at 456-7279.

This concert will be held at the Plea for Peace Center located at 630 E. Weber, Stockton. Also performing will be The Hess Collaboration band from Santa Rosa with their rock-blues sound. To hear their music visit their website at http://www.myspace.com/brandonhessband and Never Finding an alternative rock band from Stockton. To hear their music visit their website at http://www.myspace.com/neverfinding. Tickets are $5 at the door plus a $2 yearly membership fee.
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