Falling into Fire to Play CD Release Show at PJ McIntyre's Irish Pub

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Solon-based Falling into Fire has been together since 2008 and has slowly evolved since first forming. The group now owns its own RCR Recoding Studios and the band’s Cary Crichlow has engineered or produced recordings from locals such as Carlos Jones & the P.L.U.S. Band, Winslow and Tropidelic. Locally based Little Fish has just issued the band’s new album 13. The first single is a cover of One Direction’s “Story of My Life” that rocks a little harder than the original. The song and album are available on iTunes now. The group plays a CD release party on Nov. 21 at PJ McIntyre’s Irish Pub. Admission is free.




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