Writing the Broken Line
You have to like this. This is three guys doing what they have to do, doing what they love...telling their part of the story. This is rock n' roll with honest intentions. These songs are what make the broken strings, the sweaty palms, the bloody fingers, and the ringing ears all worth it. This is loud, high five-in', sing along, heartfelt indie power-pop, mixing influences of The Stereo, ALL/Descendents, The Get Up Kids, Switchfoot, and The Police...this stuff delivers. They need to make this music because it's inside of them. This is the melody, the intellegent lyrics, the strong playing, the thoughtful songwriting, the guts, the black stuff, and the 50 Slim Jims that you've been looking for. You have to like this. This is what you need to listen to. Jerk Records has put out all three of their releases, 'All But Snatched Away'(2001) and 'Paint Me Fine and Free'(2002), and 'Writing the Broken Line'(2003). Since it's inception in 2000, Million Time Winner has shared stages across the U.S with the likes of Me Without You, Bill Mallonee (Vigilantes of Love), Switchfoot, Cool Hand Luke, Denison Marrs, Off The Record, Palomar, CR33, and Shop 11 Pheonix on tours to North Carolina, Southern California, and New Hampshire. They are ready to rock your's next.