The Skinny: Over the past 10 years since they formed, Can’t Hang have played all over the U.S.A., leaving behind them a trail of broken beer bottles, hangovers, broken hearts, and a solid fan-base in their wake. With a DIY attitude and no major label support, this Baltimore based quartet has toured the country numerous times, selling over 25,000 CD’s on their own and over 100,000 songs online to date. Their latest album release, Ride The Lightrail, has charted as high as number 12 on the iTunes reggae chart. From the reggae hit “95” to the ska/punk influenced “Wait A Minute”, Ride The Lightrail is a must have party album guaranteed to become your soundtrack for the Summer. So how does an unsigned act continue to gain notoriety and fame with no label support? The answer is simple: Can’t Hang is just plain awesome. [ END ]
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