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Streetlight Manifesto



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Hometown: New Brunswick, NJ (USA)

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Streetlight Manifesto are a third–wave ska band from New Jersey, USA. They released their first album, Everything Goes Numb, on August 26, 2003, which was distributed by Victory Records. The band also headlined their first ever show at Rutgers University in New Brunswick on December 9, 2003. Several of Streetlight's members were already well known among the New Jersey ska community for their roles in past ska bands from that area, most notably Catch 22's Tomas Kalnoky, Jamie Egan, Mike Soprano, and Josh Ansley, as well as One Cool Guy's Stuart Karmatz, Pete Sibilia, Dan Ross, and Chris Paszik.

The line–up has gone through several changes since the band's inception and currently consists of Delano Bonner, who plays the trumpet, Mike Brown who plays the alto and baritone saxophone, Jim Conti, who plays the alto and tenor saxophone, Tomas Kalnoky, who plays the guitar and is a singer, Chris Paszik who plays the bass guitar, Mike Soprano who plays the trombone, and Chris Thatcher who plays the drums.

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Reviews

Streetlight Manifesto The Hands That Thieve

Streetlight Manifesto

The Hands That Thieve (2013)

Victory

Streetlight Manifesto / Reel Big Fish Live in Spokane

Streetlight Manifesto / Reel Big Fish

Live in Spokane (2011)

live show

Streetlight Manifesto / Terrible Things live in Cleveland

Streetlight Manifesto / Terrible Things

live in Cleveland (2011)

live show

Reel Big Fish / Streetlight Manifesto Live in Huntington

Reel Big Fish / Streetlight Manifesto

Live in Huntington (2011)

live show

Streetlight Manifesto 99 Songs of Revolution

Streetlight Manifesto

99 Songs of Revolution (2010)

Victory

Streetlight Manifesto / Outernational live in Clifton Park

Streetlight Manifesto / Outernational

live in Clifton Park (2009)

live show

Streetlight Manifesto / Suburban Legends live in Buffalo

Streetlight Manifesto / Suburban Legends

live in Buffalo (2007)

live show

Streetlight Manifesto Somewhere in the Between

Streetlight Manifesto

Somewhere in the Between (2007)

Victory

Streetlight Manifesto Keasbey Nights

Streetlight Manifesto

Keasbey Nights (2006)

Victory

Streetlight Manifesto / MU330 / Plunket live in Chicago

Streetlight Manifesto / MU330 / Plunket

live in Chicago (2005)

live show

Streetlight Manifesto / Gym Class Heroes live in Pittsburgh

Streetlight Manifesto / Gym Class Heroes

live in Pittsburgh (2005)

live show

Streetlight Manifesto / the Tossers / Drat live in Charlotte

Streetlight Manifesto / the Tossers / Drat

live in Charlotte (2005)

live show

Streetlight Manifesto / The Arrogant Sons of Bitches live in Long Island

Streetlight Manifesto / The Arrogant Sons of Bitches

live in Long Island (2004)

live show

Streetlight Manifesto / Big D and the Kids Table live in Long Island

Streetlight Manifesto / Big D and the Kids Table

live in Long Island (2004)

live show

Streetlight Manifesto / Big D And The Kids Table live in Minneapolis

Streetlight Manifesto / Big D And The Kids Table

live in Minneapolis (2004)

live show

Streetlight Manifesto Everything Goes Numb

Streetlight Manifesto

Everything Goes Numb (2003)

Victory

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