Silver Dynasty: The Next Big Band Out Of Dallas?

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...well, probably not. Yet.

But here's the low-down on Silver Dynasty: It's a rock band from here in Dallas, featuring four 10-year-olds named Max, Victor, Bradley and Paint (apparently). And we know nothing about them other than a) someone made this professional-looking video on them (nice graphics!), and b) according to this Youtube clip, they practice in the same room that Steve Miller, Les Paul and Charlie Mingus jammed in during the '60s (wherever that is).

Anyway, here's Silver Dynasty performing Jet's "Are You Gonna Be My Girl?" It's a little sloppy, sure, but c'mon they're 10. This is pretty awesome in my book. Look out Fred Holston.

So, who's gonna be the first venue to try and book these guys? I'm looking at you, Superpages.com Center. --Pete Freedman

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