Money Where Your Mouth Is: Streamline at West Park Station on Sunday

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Once a week, C-Notes' music nerds nod off and let the bands do the talking. This week, meet Streamline ... Band: Streamline Web: www.streamlineworld.com Hometown: “Orange County, CA, Rochester, NY, and Baton Rouge, LA.” Sounds like: “Maroon 5, Led Zeppelin, Dave Matthews mashed all together!” Recommend for fans of: “Good music and a good time!” Fun fact: “Justin, Derek and Craig met while stripping at a lady's club that Mandy was a regular at.” Playing: Sunday, April 13, at West Park Station, 17015 Lorain Rd., 216-476-2000. Why you need to see them: “Our drummer, Brian Ireland, is also in, and is an original member of, the band Something Corporate. Our guitarist, Brad Ourso, won Best Guitarist in Louisiana for 18 and under when he was 14! Our bassist, John Viavattine, is one of the best bassists in the greater Rochester area, and likely one of the best around. We are very nice, and would love to talk to you. Brian guarantees a great experience, or Mike and Jon (our singer and keyboardist) have to pay you back all your money, including drinks.” -- Brian, drums

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