Chasing Arrows Live at Olivia’s at the Point on November 12th


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New York, NY—Chasing Arrows will be performing live on Friday, November 12, 2010 at 9:30pm at Olivia's at the Point in Gloucester Point, Virginia in support of their latest CD, Life on Hold.

Chasing Arrows is a group of like-minded musicians that have integrated varied musical influences into a seamless dynamic whole. They have played the last several years up and down the East Coast for numerous enthusiastic audiences while sharing the stage with many notable acts including The Plain White T's, Carbon Leaf, Days Difference, Uh Huh Her and Vertical Horizon to name but a few. And to top it off, they were selected as first runner up for the MTVU Best Music on Campus Woodie Award in a competition that eliminated literally thousands of bands across the nation and were brought to New York City to appear on the prestigious television award show alongside other bands such as All American Rejects, Vampire Weekend, Motion City Soundtrack and Paramore.

“Clearly, the diversity of the band's influences has greatly affected their success and leaves their fans wanting more."—Dan Johnson for All Things That Rock

Life on Hold is a powerful musical celebration and at the same time an exciting preview of what this group is capable of live. Putting on Life on Hold at a party is a sure bet, but seeing this band live really brings the party directly home to you.

“Chasing Arrows will be around for a while and they have . . . potential for greatness" —Joseph Fitzpatrick for the Captain's Log

Show Time: 9:30pm
Admission: $5
Location: Olivia's at the Point
1785 George Washington Memorial Hwy
Gloucester Point, VA 23062
(804) 684-2234

Contact: Janet Castiel, Redwood Entertainment Inc., Phone: (212) 543-9998 [email protected]

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