Vega Under Fire, Easton, New City Lions, So Long Davey and Not Here Now to Rock TopSpot USA Showcase on Saturday at Talent Farm


As we have already pointed out, Saturday marks the TopSpot USA showcase featuring Vega Under Fire, New City Lions, So Long Davey, Easton, and Not Here Now at the Talent Farm (20911 Johnson St., Ste. 111, Pembroke Pines). Not only does the concert show the talents of TopSpot USA founders Sean Russell and Frankie "Famous" Nobile, but it's obviously unique gathering of prime local musicians and fans.

Get a quick rundown of the lineup after the jump.

Vega Under Fire (Naples)
The sound: Aggressive keyboard pop-punk with a sweet aftertaste.

So Long Davey (San Diego, Calif.)
The sound:Glam riffs at the speed of bright with looks to match.


Easton (West Palm Beach)
The sound: Heartfelt anthems held together by ex-Hey Monday drummer Elliot James.

New City Lions (Fort Lauderdale)
The sound: Infectious electro-punk for not sitting still.

Not Here Now (Miami)
The Sound: Melodic pop-punk built with crunchy chords.

Anyone who can't make the show, but wants to check out all of the action


stream it at The exclusive stream only lasts for 48

hours after the concert ends, so don't sleep.

Topspot USA Industry Showcase, with Vega Under Fire, New City Lions,


Long Davey, Easton, and Not Here Now. 6 p.m. Saturday, April 3, at the

Talent Farm, 20911 Johnson St., Ste. 111, Pembroke Pines. Tickets cost


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