Tuned In to The Mint

August 26, 2008 7:31:34 AM PDT
Our featured artist this week is The Mint. They are an alternative rock band from Lancaster, PA. We recently caught up with them at The World Café Live. Here is their biography?

"THE MINT, based out of Lancaster, PA, is comprised of four very talented musicians who have bonded together with the intent mission of writing and recording relevant music that reflects the hearts and passion of the individuals. The result is an original collage of musical talent that blends atmospheric climactic melodies and influences from musical icons such as Third Eye Blind, U2, Coldplay, and Oasis.

THE MINT have played at great venues and festivals such as World Cafe Live, The TLA, Grape Street, and The Chestnut Room in Philadelphia; Don Hill's, Kenny's Castaway, and Arlene's Grocery in NYC; Rocketown in Nashville; Creation Festival, Cornerstone, Purple Door, XPoNential Music Festival and continues to be a crowd favorite at The Chameleon Club in Lancaster, PA.

Corporations and television shows have taken note of the popularity of their music and have linked their brand with the band's image and sound. Some campaigns that The Mint has participated in include the Sheetz's Everyday Rocks campaign (2006), The Hershey Company sponsorship of the US Track and Field Program (2006), and most recently, the 2007 Volkswagen Sights and Sounds Auto Show Tour.

The band recently signed music from their new CD "Love is Vapor" to licensing deals with MTV, Lifetime, and A&E.

THE MINT have played with such artists as Lifehouse (Geffen), Fiction Plane (Warner), Lovedrug, Relient K (Capitol), and many others.

THE MINT is an ambitious and hardworking band, driven by the faith they share. Their whole is greater than the sum of its parts. The lyrics are honest; their energy, spiritual and driving; and the music they create, pure artistry.

Their first full length CD "Love is Vapor" was released in June 2007."

Please enjoy the performance video from their show at The World Café Live

You are now Tuned In to The Mint

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