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Metro Station

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Los Angeles, United States (2006 – 2010, 2011 – present)

Metro Station is a band that started in Los Angeles, California in 2006, playing a mixture of music with and styles. Originally an sensation, they’ve signed to Columbia/Red Ink Records, and they’re best known for their RIAA certified double-platinum single “Shake It”, which they released from their self-titled debut album, ‘Metro Station’, in March 2008. Popularized mainly by their co-frontman Trace Cyrus, the band has experienced a boom in their record sales.

In 2007, musicians Trace Cyrus and Mason Musso agreed to meet on the set of the Hannah Montana TV show, in which Mason’s brother, Mitchel Musso, and Trace’s half sister, Miley Cyrus, star together. Hitting it off, they soon discussed their love for cheerful . Sharing musical interests, they decided to form a band. Shortly thereafter, Cyrus recruited Blake Healy from Synthetic Joy as a keyboardist and bassist.

Trace soon dedicated himself to being the lead guitarist as well as a co-vocalist. Mason is the main singer and guitarist, having a nice vocal rapport with Trace. Mason notably sang the track “Seventeen Forever”, which Metro Station released on their MySpace page to underground acclaim. The track gained the attention of percussionist Anthony Improgo, who was soon added as the band’s drummer.

Their popularity on MySpace Music grew, topping the “MySpace Music Unsigned Bands” chart.

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