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Transcript of The Cab
-knowing they made a career when they were still in high school and then STILL graduated from high school. Alexander DeLeon and Cash Colligan they began playing music together at Liberty High School and recorded demos as a duo which they put up on their MySpace page The guitarist Ian Crawford went to school in Auburn, WA then started out playing his guitar in talent shows, DeLeon asked drummer Alex Johnson, who played in a hardcore band, to join The Cab Became a full band in 2005 and had there first show at The Alley in Las Vegas. After they signed a couple of records they finally graduated high school after graduating they decided to replace the guitarist garcia and then gained another named Frank Sidoris, and also a Drummer Dave Briggs they were called "The Band You Need to Know 2008" The Cab is an American alternative rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada. genres: pop rock,, power pop, and pop punk Websites: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cab http://www.thecabrock.com/ http://www.last.fm/music/The+Cab WHY would I recommend this group? I would recommend this Band to others because it is appropriate it tells you what you want to hear, and there music puts you in a good mood AGE Appropriate. any age i GUESS. HOW this group is influential? They were featured in "100 Bands You Need To Know in 2010" by magazine Alternative Press and were one of the 3 bands that featured on the cover page, along with Never Shout Never and Hey Monday. AbsolutePunk gave a positive review and gave a rating of 95%, calling the album a "masterpiece!"