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On A Rocky Mountain High

Alone at 3AM hits stride on new album and finds unlikely second home in Colorado

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Cincinnati‚Äôs Alone at 3AM recently released its third album and first for respected Colorado-based indie label, Suburban Home Records.  
by Mike Breen 02.10.2012
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Alone at 3AM Preps For National Debut

Full-length 'Midwest Mess' due this spring; band plays final local show tonight before heading west

Northside's Mayday hosts a killer triple bill for fans of songwriters who shape their own boundaries of tradition to forge new, singular Roots music sounds. Headlining is soulful, raw and rootsy Rock quintet Alone at 3am, which is on the cusp of gaining a lot more attention outside of their hometown base here in Cincinnati. Tonight's free show (with solid support from local acts Wonky Tonk and Arlo McKinley and The Lonesome Sound) is the group's last local one for a while as A@3AM hits to road for tour dates on their way to Denver. The band is gearing up for its first full-length nationwide release, Midwest Mess, which is due out in April, the group's first for Denver-based Suburban Home Records.

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