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Anonymous asked:
What happened to Andy? Why did he leave!?
Southerland Nights
Southerland Nights answered:

He left the band back in May because he couldn’t move to Texas.

We stayed at The Ritz Carlton the other night #highclass

We stayed at The Ritz Carlton the other night #highclass

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Our CD is available now at Sound Garden in Syracuse, NY! If you live in the area you should definitely pick up a copy!

Our CD is available now at Sound Garden in Syracuse, NY! If you live in the area you should definitely pick up a copy!

We finally met these two lovely ladies, Sabrina & Shadow. They’ve been with us from the very beginning. We’re talking some crappy bedroom recordings! 

These two girls basically started The Accolade. Anywhere from handmade SLN shirts to creating Facebook Groups for the entire Accolade family and band to communicate! 

They drove three hours to come see us play in Morgantown, WV. As excited as they were to see us, we were even more excited to see them! Without the support of The Accolade, we would merely be five guys playing instruments; yet with all your support we are able to achieve great things! 

Sabrina and Shadow reminded us that we owe all of our success to our family (The Accolade). Without your support, Southerland Nights is just a band, but with The Accolade, together we are a movement, a group of music lovers, bound together by hopes and dreams, flourishing above the noise of life’s everyday ups and downs. Together we will rise!

We finally met these two lovely ladies, Sabrina & Shadow. They’ve been with us from the very beginning. We’re talking some crappy bedroom recordings!

These two girls basically started The Accolade. Anywhere from handmade SLN shirts to creating Facebook Groups for the entire Accolade family and band to communicate!

They drove three hours to come see us play in Morgantown, WV. As excited as they were to see us, we were even more excited to see them! Without the support of The Accolade, we would merely be five guys playing instruments; yet with all your support we are able to achieve great things!

Sabrina and Shadow reminded us that we owe all of our success to our family (The Accolade). Without your support, Southerland Nights is just a band, but with The Accolade, together we are a movement, a group of music lovers, bound together by hopes and dreams, flourishing above the noise of life’s everyday ups and downs. Together we will rise!

Our second tour “Into the Light is off to a great start. We’ve met some awesome people along the way. So far we’ve played two shows. Our first show was in Morgantown, WV at 123 Pleasant St. The second show was in Ardmore, PA at The Rusty Nail. We play The Waiting Room in Buffalo, NY tonight.

Our second tour “Into the Light is off to a great start. We’ve met some awesome people along the way. So far we’ve played two shows. Our first show was in Morgantown, WV at 123 Pleasant St. The second show was in Ardmore, PA at The Rusty Nail. We play The Waiting Room in Buffalo, NY tonight.

We ran into car trouble along the way to our first show in Morgantown, WV. Our fuel pump decided to call in the towel, in Birmingham, AL. We called a towing service and met this awesome guy named Poon (his nickname of course). He educated us on the Bikers Life Code of Conduct while he took us to his buddy’s shop. These guys made sure we made it to WV. At first we thought we were going to cancel our first show, yet these fine lads at Charlie’s Transmission busted ass and got us rolling! They worked 3 hours after closing to get us back on the road! If one thing is true, people looking out for the interest of others and selflessly putting themselves second is what made our trip to WV worthwhile and this tour possible.

We ran into car trouble along the way to our first show in Morgantown, WV. Our fuel pump decided to call in the towel, in Birmingham, AL. We called a towing service and met this awesome guy named Poon (his nickname of course). He educated us on the Bikers Life Code of Conduct while he took us to his buddy’s shop. These guys made sure we made it to WV. At first we thought we were going to cancel our first show, yet these fine lads at Charlie’s Transmission busted ass and got us rolling! They worked 3 hours after closing to get us back on the road! If one thing is true, people looking out for the interest of others and selflessly putting themselves second is what made our trip to WV worthwhile and this tour possible.

Thank you to everyone who came to see us at Scout Bar last night! Special shoutout to 94.5 The Buzz for playing “Here I Am” on the radio!

Thank you to everyone who came to see us at Scout Bar last night! Special shoutout to 94.5 The Buzz for playing “Here I Am” on the radio!

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