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Video Preview: Bet On Damone's “Roll The Dice”

by on Feb.26, 2010, under Top News

So far, Damone’s “Roll the Dice” has been one of my favorite RGS songs. Noelle’s honest vocals are fun to sing along to viagra in usa and Mike’s guitar riffs are always entertaining.

There is just something uplifting and poignant about this song. From Noelle’s heartfelt lyrics to the overall build and craftsmanship of the song, “Roll the Dice“ is a team favorite. In the chorus Noelle sings, “Place your bets, roll the dice, don’t dwell on your sacrifice, your winnings start over.” Life truly is an inspiration for this band.

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RockBandAide’s Interview with Damone: Real Rock, No Filler

by on Feb.24, 2010, under Top News

Our good friend Tommy Wall at RockBandAide recently scored a gut-busting, yet enlightening interview Mike Vasquez and Mike Woods of Damone.

As we announced earlier this month, RockGamer Studios is authoring tracks from Damone’s 2008 album Roll the Dice. Keep an eye out for “Serial Killer”, “Conquer Me” and “Roll the Dice”. All of these going to available soon via RBN.

[Editor's Note: As of publishing, "Roll the Dice" is available for playtesting on the RBN Creators Club]

RBA’s Damone interview is full of favorites: favorite song,

favorite overseas venue to play, favorite way to avoid being screwed over by record companies, you get the gist.

Check out the full interview for the story behind the band name, embarrassing predicaments in a Japanese Restaurant and Damone’s very own PSA announcement.

Here are a few highlights from the RBA/Damone interview:

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Damone Conquers RBN with “Killer” New Tracks

by on Feb.01, 2010, under Top News


Damone has selected three tracks from their self-published album Roll the Dice (2008) to be featured on RBN.

Featuring Noelle LeBlanc (vocals/guitar), Mike Woods (guitar), Vazquez (bass), and Dustin Hengst (drums), the group has gained attention for its eclectic, power-pop influenced sound.

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