District 97-I Can't Take You With Me (Official Music Video)

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Uploaded on May 07, 2010 by D97Music Powered by YouTube

Our full-length release "Hybrid Child" is available now !

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This is District 97's video for the single edit version of "I Can't Take You With Me." The full-length version isavailable on our debut album "Hybrid Child," released worldwide on September 14th, 2010 by Laser's Edge Records. Check www.district97.net for more details and email district_97@yahoo.com to join the mailing list or for booking info. Download free, exclusive music at www.district97.bandcamp.com.

Filmed at the Serbian Cultural Center in Chicago by The Allan Film Company (www.theallanfilmcompany.com)

Bio: District 97 is the only Progressive Rock band in the world to feature an American Idol finalist and a Chicago Symphony Orchestra virtuoso cellist.

The band was formed in the Fall of 2006 by drummer Jonathan Schang, keyboardist Rob Clearfield, bassist Patrick Mulcahy and guitarist Sam Krahn. The foursome from Chicago honed a no-holds barred style of Liquid Tension Experiment inspired Instrumental Rock before deciding the right vocalist was needed to complement their sound; enter 2007 American Idol Top 10 Female Finalist, Leslie Hunt. With a look, sound and stage presence comparable to a young Ann Wilson from Heart, Leslie's dynamic performances pushed the band into a new direction that forged a unique marriage between accessible, catchy vocal melodies and an adventurous instrumental prowess.
After attending a show and being highly impressed, Katinka Kleijn, cellist extraordinaire from the world-renowned Chicago Symphony Orchestra, joined the band. She was followed shortly thereafter by one of Chicago's finest young guitarists, Jim Tashjian. With this new lineup of peerless musicianship in place, District 97 began wowing crowds and establishing a devoted fanbase through packed shows at legendary Chicago venues such as House of Blues, Schubas and Martyrs'.

In May 2010, the band signed with Laser's Edge Records, the foremost home of new Progressive music. Laser's Edge will oversee a worldwide physical and digital release of District 97's debut effort, Hybrid Child, in September 2010,. Recorded with two of Chicago's best engineers, Manny Sanchez and Chris Harden (Billy Corgan, Fall Out Boy, Umphrey's McGee etc.), the album balances a meticulous attention to detail and studio-craft with the visceral power of a rock band that is firing on all cylinders. Running the gamut from Meshuggah-inspired metal, the epic majesty of Yes, and the melodicism of the Beatles, Hybrid Child unveils District 97 as a true force to be reckoned with, and one that is poised to take the music world by storm. With fans ranging from high school students to world-class musicians, this process is clearly well underway.

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