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A Little Night Music in Detroit

Remember the Victorious Secrets? Well, they have a new name, a new gig (which you helped them win!) and a concert tonight. So if you're in the mood to celebrating something other than Halloween, please check it out.

First, they became the American Secrets. They are the band (say that five times fast) and they'll be performing as part of the Live Nation Fearless Friends tour. It goes from 5-10 p.m. tonight at St. Andrews Hall at 431 East Congress. (More on See 10 things to do in Detroit)

“Our experience representing has been amazing so far,” said Band guitarist Mike Mulliniks. “The opportunity to tour and play our songs to a new audience is incredible, and it feels good to help communicate the importance of knowing your credit to people during these tough economic times.”

I pasted the rest of the details and the full tour schedule after the break so you can check it out.

Here's the skinny: The Band is the winner of a 2010 summer-long talent search where people nationwide voted online to help determine who would star in Experian's campaign for the new brand, (More on See pictures of Detroit's beautiful, horrible decline)

Members of the Band include bass player Bryon Rossi, drummer Daniel Rossi, keyboard player Stephen Saputo, and guitarists Daniel Zott and Michael Mulliniks, all of whom have been involved in the Detroit music scene for years and have played in such notable venues as The Fillmore Detroit and Comerica Park.

Here's the schedule:

· Oct. 29: Cleveland, Ohio, at House of Blues

· Oct. 30: Milwaukee, Wis., at The Rave

· Nov. 8: Boise, Idaho, at Knitting Factory

· Nov. 9: Seattle, Wash., at El Corazon

· Nov. 10: Portland, Ore., at Hawthorne Theatre

· Nov. 11: Orangevale, Calif., at The Boardwalk

· Nov. 12: San Francisco, Calif., at The Regency Ballroom

· Nov. 13: Anaheim, Calif., at House of Blues

· Nov. 14: Las Vegas, Nev., at House of Blues

· Nov. 16: San Diego, Calif., at House of Blues

· Nov. 17: Los Angeles, Calif., at House of Blues

· Nov. 18: Mesa, Ariz., at The Nile Theatre

· Nov. 19: Albuquerque, N.M., at Sunshine Theatre

· Nov. 20: Oklahoma City, Okla., at Diamond Ballroom

· Nov. 21: Dallas, Texas, at House of Blues

· Nov. 23: San Antonio, Texas, at The White Rabbit

· Nov. 24: Houston, Texas, at House of Blues

· Nov. 26: Orlando, Fla., at House of Blues

· Nov. 27: St. Petersburg, Fla., at State Theater

· Nov. 28: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., at Revolution


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    Thank you for your article spotlighting our new band, The American Secrets. Our band is having a blast while living life on the road and performing for the Fearless Friends Tour! Connect with us on Facebook ( or Twitter @FCSdotcom to see sneak peeks of behind the scenes moments from their remaining tour stops.

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    Congratulations to the FEDs on a Difficult Job Well Done!

    Nice to see so many black crooks going to jail, but where are the white crooks?
    Was Monica Conyers truly the Kingpin-Boss of the Detroit-Wayne County Crime Family?

    Rick Synder, Dave Bing, Robert Bobb, were wealthy men BEFORE serving in public office and very different from thieves like Mike Duggan Art Blackwell Robert Ficano and Bernard Kilpartick

    Ficano is the last UnderBoss standing, stealing every-dime every-time from Arabic Business Owners. His civic fund is larger than the fund Kwame had. Anyone who contributes more than $10, 000 to FicanoPac gets a nice fat nobid government contract

    Ficano is white. Kilpartick is black.
    Pigs get fat. Hogs get slaughtered.
    Ficano is a PIG in every sense of the word

    Lets hope the FEDs dont forget to take out of the white trash too..even the midget troll hiding at the DMC

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