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Members of band Tynted: Members (above, from left to right): Juhad (drummer), Kamalicca (manager, lead singer), Sebastian Leal (lead/rhythm guitar player, backup singer/screamer)

Band’s hometown: Houston, Texas

Style of music: Alternative

Praises: From Conrad Dimanche, Sr. Director of A & R at Bad Boy Entertainment:
“I think you guys are a great band, and whoever’s on guitar is dope.”
From Eric Beasley, Director of A & R at Asylum Records: “I was expecting to criticize your band, but the songs are perfect – I could not find anything wrong with them!”

Influences: Metallica, Iron Maiden, Guns N’ Roses, Van Halen, Janis Joplin

Training of band members: Professional training from reputable coaches

Vocal training of lead singer Kamalicca: Voice coach Eric Bruner, whose students included record label recording artists, an American Idol finalist, and former Billboard top 10 artists

Compliments received from audience at our shows: 1) “Great songs!” 2) “You guys were awesome!” 3) “Excellent singing!” 4) “You were so energetic on stage- where’d you get all your energy from?” 5) “Guitar player sounds like a veteran performer with over 15 years of experience!” 6) “I enjoyed the band’s performance!” 7) “You remind me of Janis Joplin!” 8) “He is the best guitar player in town!” 9) “Out of all bands heard tonight, yours is the best.” 10) “You really rocked the stage tonight!”

Band’s progress: On Jul. 19, 2009, majority of the audience at Meridian (best club in Houston according to Channel 2) voted to have Tynted perform on the main stage at Meridian on Sept. 25, 2009. Right after Sept. 25th show, people surrounded and complimented singer and guitar player. Received great crowd response at national-level venues such as Meridian (now called Wired Live) and at Scout Bar as well as Don Hill’s in New York City

Unique entertaining factors of band: 1) Extreme energy of lead singer 2) Highly skilled, innovative guitar player 3) Very creative drummer

Some interesting audience reactions to songs at recent shows: 1) Applause 2) Screaming 3) Undivided attention/ absorption in band’s performance