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On the Horizon

So it goes, the gusts kept singing to them, and the San Luis Obispo clipper, Próxima Parada, couldn’t help but approach shore. Full-Length-Album-Town, with all her glorious curves, now filled the horizon.

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An Echo From Shore

So much had changed since the first explorers navigated to Full-Length-Album-Town, and reaching it today no longer required a fleet of bonded men tirelessly rowing while some tyrannous soul stood before them and percussed their every move.

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The Visitor

Sweeping further into the voyage, Full-Length-Album-Town now stood closer to them than home, and the crew realized the comfort and security of their roots had become unattainable. They had surpasssed midway and were storming straight for the sought-after shoreline. Everywhere else was simply alien.

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It all began with the discovery of freedom, way back when...

The band formed as a result of a moan, murmur, sigh, howl, and a desperate whimper, sounds that could be heard all the way down to the Mississippi Delta, which was still shining like a National guitar.

The Gods poured gilded gold down from the heavens until they fashioned the hands of Bryson Bailey, and with his first breath, he laughed. Next came the beautiful goddess, Myles Wittman, who was blessed with the sharp lungs of Aphrodite and the lips of a Las Vegas prostitute. After one good blow on his brass beauty, he fled down to Chile. The Gods sighed with agreeable relief after completing their most perfect gift for Earth, Kevin Middlekauff, to whom they gave the patience of the Bald Eagle, along with his fierce talons, which made plucking strings a markedly difficult task. On that divine evening, a warm banjo strummed faintly off in the distance, and a swarm of bees buzzed all around a Kansas meadow. Sweet white honey splashed onto a duck pond, and thus the Andy Olson was concocted. Upon escaping the murky surface, Andy found that he was naked, and he liked that, so he remained so… Alas, the Gods discarded the remaining scraps to the dry Earth below, and the jumble that fused together upon an unforgiving collision created many a Nick Larson, bleak and pathetic souls indeed.

Not before long, the boys were men and the silence turned to harmony. Próxima Parada, the amalgamation of the five regions of Nether united under one common goal, was erected in January of 2012, which the world would soon decide to call year 0.

-Glen Starkey, New Times

“Próxima Parada means “next stop” in Spanish, but once you hop on the Próxima Parada bandwagon, you’re not going to want to get off. The artsy quartet blends rock, jazz, bluegrass, and Americana into an infectious sound. They’ve got a truly original sound.”

-Allison Montory, Mustang News

“Straight from the soul: Próxima Parada makes you wanna dance!”

-Brian Gagliardi, Music Blogger

“If you are fortunate enough to experience a performance by Próxima Parada, you will surely be reminded of all that is good about live music. There is no question that Próxima Parada is on the next stop to doing something truly special.”

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Nick: (916) 410-6075

band@proximaparadamusic.com.

Hiring the band includes use of our PA system, which is more than adequate for mid-sized indoor and outdoor events.

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Thank You!

We are doing it all, the bitter and the sweet, in order to actualize our dream of becoming a full-time band that sustains itself through music alone. But we cannot do that without support and love from you, our friend, our fan, our family. As we keep pushing forward, you are always free to offer any support you see fit e.g. share our music with a friend, give us some heavenly words of wisdom, send us hugs and kisses, participate in our indiegogo campaign, etc.