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Drop Top Alibi Talks with Chris Beason & Heather Luckhart about there Latest Album Anyways and there upcoming show at Gussaplolooza Music Festival

Chris Beason and Heather Luckhart had the pleasure of sitting down with Toronto-based band Drop Top Alibi to discuss their latest album release, “Anyways,” and their upcoming performance at the Gussaplolooza Music Festival from September 15 to 17 in Cooksville.

The band members, Brandon Gregory (vocals/guitar), Dylan Wykes on lead guitar/vox, Jeff Cox on drums/vox and Russ Shipman on Bass/vox. , shared their excitement about their latest album release, “Anyways.” The album features a mix of hard rock and blues-inspired tracks that showcase the band’s versatility and musicality. The band explained that the album was a reflection of their personal growth and experiences over the past few years.

When asked about their upcoming performance at the Gussaplolooza Music Festival, the band expressed their enthusiasm for playing alongside other talented Canadian musicians. They also shared their excitement about the opportunity to connect with fans and showcase their music to a wider audience.

Drop Top Alibi’s unique sound and energetic performances have earned them a loyal fan base in Toronto and beyond. With their latest album release and upcoming performance at the Gussaplolooza Music Festival, the band is poised to continue making waves in the Canadian music scene.

In addition to their latest album release, Drop Top Alibi recently released a music video for their new single, “Summer Nights & City Lights.” The video showcases the band’s high-energy performance style and captures the essence of their music.

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