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Fly Paper

With soulful vocals, fiercely elegant guitars, and a high energy rhythm section, Fly Paper never fail to inspire crowds throughout the country with their original songs.

Micaela’s voice is often compared to that of Fiona Apple and Norah Jones. Her guitar playing carries on the traditions of Jimi Hendrix, David Gilmore, and Jimmy Page. Bassist Joe Chamberlin fills the space between with a modern rock style grounded in classic rock sensibilities. Sam Rice brings to the drums, the rock groove of Jimmy Chamberlin and the flair of Buddy Rich, while Saxman/Keyboardist Marty McLean puts the sax back in rock one note at a time. The four piece band fuses elements of rock, folk, and blues into an unforgettable musical experience. With catchy songs, command of their instruments, and a powerful stage presence, Fly Paper will be remembered long after the stage lights go out!

Fly Paper have shared the stage with a diverse group of acts including Styx, Stray Cat Lee Rocker, Delhi to Dublin, Mystic Roots, Marcia Griffiths, Roster McCabe, the4onthefloor, The Ragbirds, Funktion, Jamie Lono and many more

Radio play:
Fly Paper is officially and currently being played on radio stations including/podcasts: WYCE FM 88.1 Grand Rapids MI , Fearless Radio Chicago, Off the Chart Radio.Co.UK, WCBF FM, Fredonia NY, INDIE104.com Payson AZ, 89.1 WIDR FM Kalamazoo MI, WMUK 102.1FM Kalamazoo, ALOOGA.DE Germany, OWDVX 89.9FM in Clinton TN, 102.9FM in Knoxville TN, womensradio.com, jango.com, valslist.com, WSND 88.9FM South Bend IN, and many others throughout the United States and abroad.

Find out more at their website here.

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