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About Metro Station

In 2006, guitarist Trace Cyrus (who just happens to be Miley Cyrus's brother and Billy Ray's son) sent a keyboardist he didn't know named Blake Healy a MySpace message and asked him if he or any keyboardist he knew would be interested in playing in a band or maybe just messing around and recording some stuff together. With the addition of Mason Musso on lead vocals and guitar and Anthony Improgo on drums, the Los Angeles foursome became Metro Station. A year's worth of very intensive gigging and 1.7 million MySpace plays later (all the while keeping Trace's rather famous lineage quiet in the interest of making it on their own), Metro Station was being featured in Alternative Press and Teen Vogue and releasing their debut album on Red Ink.

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Listen toMetro Stationon Napster

In 2006, guitarist Trace Cyrus (who just happens to be Miley Cyrus's brother and Billy Ray's son) sent a keyboardist he didn't know named Blake Healy a MySpace message and asked him if he or any keyboardist he knew would be interested in playing in a band or maybe just messing around and recording some stuff together. With the addition of Mason Musso on lead vocals and guitar and Anthony Improgo on drums, the Los Angeles foursome became Metro Station. A year's worth of very intensive gigging and 1.7 million MySpace plays later (all the while keeping Trace's rather famous lineage quiet in the interest of making it on their own), Metro Station was being featured in Alternative Press and Teen Vogue and releasing their debut album on Red Ink.

About Metro Station

In 2006, guitarist Trace Cyrus (who just happens to be Miley Cyrus's brother and Billy Ray's son) sent a keyboardist he didn't know named Blake Healy a MySpace message and asked him if he or any keyboardist he knew would be interested in playing in a band or maybe just messing around and recording some stuff together. With the addition of Mason Musso on lead vocals and guitar and Anthony Improgo on drums, the Los Angeles foursome became Metro Station. A year's worth of very intensive gigging and 1.7 million MySpace plays later (all the while keeping Trace's rather famous lineage quiet in the interest of making it on their own), Metro Station was being featured in Alternative Press and Teen Vogue and releasing their debut album on Red Ink.

About Metro Station

In 2006, guitarist Trace Cyrus (who just happens to be Miley Cyrus's brother and Billy Ray's son) sent a keyboardist he didn't know named Blake Healy a MySpace message and asked him if he or any keyboardist he knew would be interested in playing in a band or maybe just messing around and recording some stuff together. With the addition of Mason Musso on lead vocals and guitar and Anthony Improgo on drums, the Los Angeles foursome became Metro Station. A year's worth of very intensive gigging and 1.7 million MySpace plays later (all the while keeping Trace's rather famous lineage quiet in the interest of making it on their own), Metro Station was being featured in Alternative Press and Teen Vogue and releasing their debut album on Red Ink.