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Basic info
Name Mike Zale
Formed On 2003
# of Members 4
Homepage www.mikezale.com
 
Contact/Booking info
Name Michael Zale
Phone 585-455-4991
E-mail mike@mikezale.com
Misc

Description
Acoustic-Rock

Roster
mike-guitar
chris rathbun-guitar
john butine-bass
jesse sprinkle-drums sometimes

Influences
John Lennon, Coldplay, Radiohead, Phill Keaggy, Pete Yorn, Deathcab for Cutie, Pedro the Lion

History
Its hard talking about yourself when you are a musician. I'm sorta sick of talking about it so I'll just talk about something else. I think there is a misconception in the world of orange juice. There is a company called "Florida's Best" right and most orange juice companies use oranges from Florida. So either Floridas Best are a bunch of liars, or I just like bad orange juice. As far as I know, Tropicana kicks some major butt in the orange juice market. Even "Simply Orange" (made in Florida) is what I consider to be one of the best. I admit "Florida's Best is a good juice, but to name it the best? I'm not so sure about that one! Now comparing "Florida's Best" to say "Minute Made" or "Dole", then yea I think they have a point. "Florida's Best" is much better, but that isn't saying much seeing as those other two really suck. So in this case "Florida's Best" should back off a few notches and simply be called "Florida's Better than those other two sucky orange juices orange juice." So my conclusion is this...Either I have bad taste in orange juice or Floridas Best needs to back off a bit and stop being a bunch of liars. Hail Tropicana, the real best juice. If you really want the history go to www.mikezale.com
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