Quarter to Now is a band with local roots. First seen by many at the Fincastle Fireworks in July, the band is growing in popularity. Started in 2011 the band has roots in 2005 at JRHS when Matt Cox and Frank Georgetti were in a band together Matt in a band in high school called, “The Waffles.” Georgetti said, ” We stayed friends but went to different colleges.” Joined by Zach Holderfield, Seth Holderfield and Travis Fitch they play a variety of rock and pop from 80s and 90s and have added their own music. You can hear it on Reverb Nation.
Matt Cox guitar, vocals, drums Frank Georgetti, Seth Holderfield Bass, Zach Holderfield lead quitar and vocals. Travis Fitch lead singer and guitar. Georgettit loves 80s music.
“Matt and Zach met at Bluefield College who in turn brought in his brother Seth.We found Travis through Open Mic night at Pomegranate,” said Georgetti.
Georgetti explained the details. ” As far as writing we all do are part, but mostly Matt, Zach and Travis write our stuff, but I write the drum part. Currently we are working on an original music CD to sell at shows.”
He finished with, “We want to make music a career. So far the biggest venue has been the 4th of July at Fincastle when a over a thousand heard us. Played in a lot of bars as well and our first show was at Pomegranate hired by Diana Dixon. As for gigs: Will do parties and clubs.”
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Upcoming Dates: Feb 8. Blues BBQ, Feb 9. at Pirate’s Sip Bar in Salem, Feb 16 Schooners 7-10, Feb 22. Coffee Pot, Feb 23. at Pomegranate. High Energy that people of all ages can dance to.
Best contact: QuarterTilNow@gmail.com. Like them on Facebook.