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When Reverse Order takes the stage, the venue comes alive. Whether performing for millions on America's Got Talent, at festivals or for small intimate gatherings, the audience is swept up by the music and moves closer to get a better glimpse of their amazing stage show. Every person who sees Reverse Order will definitely leave feeling great and keep coming back for more.

Since their inception in 2008. Reverse Order has performed to thousands in states all across the US. They book over 170 shows per year.

Highlights in their career have included:
America's Got Talent
Warped Tour
Showcases at several 2012 NACA Conferences.
Feature stories on, WSAF, Fresno Live, My9 News and News 12 NJ.

They have headlined many events as well as supported acts like: Third Eye Blind, Kate Voegele, Allstar Weekend.

The band finds their success is the result of hard work and enjoying what they do. Making someone smile, or getting people out of their everyday rut so they can sing and dance along with them even for a few songs, is what motivates them.

The band is fronted by John Russo, not only the lead vocalist, but the main songwriter for the group. The band has focused on creating a pop/rock sound that is familiar and inviting, but at the same time bringing in new elements to keep the listener wanting more. John’s brother, Cruise Russo, on drums, brings the driving force behind the music. Not only does Cruise provide the beat for Reverse Order, but he has an equally powerful voice and can provide lead vocals as well. Andrew Katsock captivates the audience on lead guitar and is truly a master of melody. The band is grounded by Frank Spangler on bass. Frank can solidify the rhythm and just as easily bring powerful harmony to the group. All of the members have an undeniable chemistry that grips the audience and makes them such powerful performers.

Reverse Order continues to be thankful to God, their family and friends for all their accomplishments.

To learn more about them go to www.Facebook.com/ReverseOrder

Quotes from clients:
"The entire staff was impressed by their professionalism and attitude, they rocked the stage each and every time they stepped on it!" Meg McAlduff (Producer) America's Got Talent.
"Not only are they outstanding musicians, they would bring so much excitement to the performance. It was especially apparent that this group is made up of top professionals this past year, as the temperature was in the mid 90’s and the guys still strived to exceed their fans expectations and responded to crowds with a memorable performance from beginning to end...I am delighted to recommend them for future events as they have an open invitation to play at our festival."
Quick Chek Corp

“Numerous performances here at Six Flags. I love having these boys at my venue! High energy, audience captivating!”
Patricia Stevens, Jackson, NJ LIVE & LOCAL program founder and director.

John Russo - Guitar, keys, Synth, Singer/Songwriter
Cruise Russo - Drums/Vocals
Andrew Katsock - Guitar
Frank Spangler - Bass

Our music has been played on college, internet and commercial radio stations as well as 830 stores across the US.
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