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Peachtree Peppers

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PEACHTREE PEPPERS / FLANNEL NATION / HOUSE OF THOMAS

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Peachtree Peppers

Modern Rock + Red Hot Chili Peppers cover band from Atlanta

Flannel Nation

Flannel Nation is a 90's Grunge/Alt Rock Tribute band from Atlanta, GA rocking your favorite songs from the decade of angry, outspoken, rebellious and sweaty rock n' roll music.

House of Thomas

HOUSEOFTHOMAS, aka “HOT” is a full tank of energy blazing a live show that fills every crowd with excitement! Founded and fronted by singer/ songwriter/ guitarist Robbie Lee, the band carries a polished, mainstream rock/pop sound filled with incredible hooks and melodies that keep everyone wanting more! Other members of the band include drummer Eric Chapman, bassist Mick Van Buskirk, and guitarist Christopher Lee.

In June, 2012 HOUSEOFTHOMAS released their sophomore project entitled “A New Day Is Now” featuring the single hit release “Find Me”. The 6 song EP produced by CR Pendleton, with guest appearances by Scotty Wilbanks (Third Day), Brian Bunn (DecembeRadio), and Josh Lovelace (Needtobreathe), carries an inspiring message of hope inside a driving, upbeat class of music. Influenced from such diverse artists as Bon Jovi to U2 and Keith Urban to Steven Curtis Chapman, HOUSEOFTHOMAS will most certainly capture your attention.

In February 2013 the band recorded and released an independent single cover of “Still Haven’t Found” by U2. They captured the unique and earthy nature of HOUSEOFTHOMAS’ acoustic tone, and playing off of the band’s vocal harmonies. (The song is currently available as an iTunes exclusive download.) Beginning in 2011, the band partnered with Truett’s Pizza Café (Chick-fil-A subsidiary) and began performing acoustic performances on a weekly basis, which helped turn the eclectic restaurant into a weekend favorite hangout. The band still performs here on a regular occurrence.

In the beginning of 2013, HOUSEOFTHOMAS was approached with a very unique opportunity to partner with an organization called Motor Raceway Outreach and become one of NASCAR’s feature entertainment shows at multiple super speedway race tracks. The guys perform three-hour concerts Friday and Saturday nights for the NASCAR fans that stay overnight throughout these race event weekends. They also lead a worship service the following Sunday mornings, which allows the guys the opportunity to meet and socialize with the fans.

Since the group's genesis in 2003, HOUSEOFTHOMAS has continued to prove themselves in front of audiences and judges alike. Early in their career they won multiple battle of the bands competitions including a 5 week winning streak on an Atlanta broadcasted top 20 radio station by popular listener vote. They have performed with such legendary artists as MercyMe, Third Day, Jeremy Camp, DecembeRadio, as well as many others.

In September, 2011, they won yet another competition as they were voted the best overall band for the Relay for Life, battle-of-the bands competition in Peachtree City. As a result, the band recorded and released a special acoustic single cover release of U2’s, “Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” (available on iTunes, Amazon and others).

In June of 2008, HOUSEOFTHOMAS re-released their 2005 debut CD, “Without A Doubt!” as an enhanced CD edition and signed a distribution agreement with Infinity Distribution. This major milestone brought their music into retail stores across the United States. In turn, they independently released the hit single, "More Than Just Alive" that talks about the importance of not just believing, but proving there is more to this life than just being a heartbeat. ·“More Than Just Alive” climbed the radio charts to hit #2 on the CRW IAA Rock chart and #4 on the CHR chart. Co-written by Robbie Lee and his brother Ronnie Lee, and inspired by their grandfather, "More Than Just Alive" has also been used numerous times as the theme song for sermon messages, radio programs, and more. “Tiny Hearts” was then released as the second official radio single and climbed into the top 20 national radio AC charts.

With inspiring lyrics such as, "Daddy will we ever see them? Oh yes we will, a day when the heavenly host lead us in grace", in a song Robbie wrote for his wife about their loss of three unborn children. "Tiny Hearts" shares a hope that we can rest assured our Heavenly Father holds His children "tighter than we could ever long for", and that we will see them one day. This song began to get notoriety when Robbie performed a special live acoustic version during a United Way talent competition viewed by more than 50,000 people and earned Robbie the second place award for the program. "It is rewarding to know your songs bring hope to someone. Every time we play 'Tiny Hearts' I have at least one or two people approach me afterwards and share their personal story of how the song encouraged them through their tragic circumstances."

HOUSEOFTHOMAS continues to perform at clubs, youth functions, schools, festivals, and more. They have sold out concerts, swarmed through music competitions and showcases, and continue to bring a message of hope to audiences through their music.

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