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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

26 hours of new shows, including a 3 hour Review plus the 2021 Festive 50

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The Sweet Nothings

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1. The Sweet Nothings is a melodic punk quintet hailing from La Crosse, WI, USA. The band started in Hugh Rose's basement in 1999. After going through multiple line-up changes, they finally came up with one that clicked. Hugh Rose on bass & backing vocals, Ryan Bott on guitar & lead vocals, Kyle Viner on lead guitar, and Jim Heiderscheit (ex-A Fine Line Between, Straight To Your Brain, The F-Ups, Stars After The Storm) on the drums. After an extended hiatus the band reformed in 2011 with Joe Viner (ex-A Fine Line Between) rounding out the band's sound on keys.

The band released its debut EP, Lust For Fun, via Cornbelt Records and Plain Records in 2002 and contributed to 95.7 The Rock's Local Lix: Volume 1 in 2003. On March 25, 2005 the band self-released their full-length debut, broken chords and bleeding hearts.

Since then The Sweet Nothings have played countless shows throughout the Midwest, sharing the stage with Fall Out Boy, The All-American Rejects, Brand New, Motion City Soundtrack, The Reunion Show, Bigwig, The Fold, Northstar, and The F-Ups among others. They've appeared on Showtime's Tracy Ullman's State of the Union, gone on hiatus and reformed as driven as ever to become your favorite band.

2. The Sweet Nothings are a sparkly, spiky, twinkly and eternally hopeful indiepop band from Sheffield, UK. They sort of used to be The Pete Green Corporate Juggernaut but with some different people. This line-up comprises Pete Green, Dan Hartley, Vinnie Ransome and Tim Boyd. They still like trains and they might release something in 2011.
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