Andrew and Nick Kuhar are a pair of brothers that are at the front (and back) of one of the most prominent bands in the Cleveland music scene. The Commonwealth were one of the first bands that I can remember to sign a management deal with Celler Door. A deal that seemingly erected a prominent and structured part of the indie rock scene almost overnight. But in the world of music, not everything goes as planned. Celler Door recently shuttered the management and label side of their business and The Commonwealth were one of the bands that were essentially cut loose. To their credit, the Brothers Kuhar haven’t let a single step falter.
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