Sep 23, 2009

iw0kqtBethlehem, PA’s pop rock band Sandlot Heroes has scored their second #1 most requested song at B104 FM in Allentown, PA, beating out artists such as Kings of Leon, Nickleback, and The Fray. “Out of My Hands” is currently at 25 spins a week. Previously, the band’s song “So” enjoyed 5 consecutive weeks of being the #1 requested song at B104. Program Director Eric Chase testifies: “From the minute I saw and heard the Sandlot Heroes, I recognized them as a presence that could immediately be placed into the fabric of the pop culture equation that we try to create here at B104.”

“Out of My Hands” is the first single from their forthcoming full length debut “Pretend That We’re Famous” scheduled for an October 27 release date. The album was produced by Adam Richman over the past year in Coney Island. His collaboration with the band has produced a taut infectious blast of youthful rock that indicates this band is in it for the long haul.

Sandlot Heroes’ summer highlights included tour dates headlining at Musikfest (Bethlehem, PA’s international music festival that attracts one million people every year) and playing to fans at Hot Topic and the Gap stores in eastern PA. Fall tour dates in support of their release include the Dewey Beach Music Conference, Show at Crocodile Rock Cafe in Allentown, PA and a two week east coast tour. An all ages hometown record release party will take place on Saturday October 31, 2009 at Crocodile Rock.

For more information contact, David Sestak, manager.
David A. Sestak
3005 Brodhead Road, Suite 170
Bethlehem, PA 18020
610-954-8118 (fax)

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