From Mr. Hand

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Mr. Hand, an Omaha, Nebraska based rock band, was formed in August of 1995. Musicians bound by friendship, a desire to write, record and perform music. The band has spread their brand of Midwestern rock and roll across Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota. With the release of their fifth album “Second Start” in June 2010, finds the band still going strong with no signs of letting up. The disc contains 8 original songs and a cover of the Outfield’s 80's anthem “Your Love.” The album is a slight departure from past albums but still has the great melodies and in-your-face sound you would expect from Mr. Hand. “Second Start” follows the 4 previous Mr. Hand releases “Simple Ways E.P.” in 2005, “Fueled by the View” in 2002, “Treats!” in 1998 and “Scheme of Things” in 1996. Mr. Hand’s chemistry is best displayed at their live performances, where they support their original music yet still enjoy playing crowd-pleasing covers. They’ve had the honor to share the stage with many great bands including the Goo Goo Dolls, Rick Springfield, Loverboy, Night Ranger, Heart, Eddie Money, Pat Benatar, Lifehouse, Seven Mary Three, Firehouse, Cinderella and Great White. In addition to live performances, their music has been heard in the independent films “Kitty Cats and Exit Signs,” “Halfway Point,” “The Dean’s Boys,” and on the MTV show “Undressed.”