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Krush Live Performance at Feast of the Sea in West Palm Beach

By Pedro Penalver WPB Magazine Editor and Publisher

If you happened to go to the 2nd Annual Feast of Sea event by the Waterfront in West Palm Beach, you might have probably enjoyed a great time because the weather was refreshing (not hot at all), there were merchants selling decent portions of food you usually don’t eat on a regular basis and well, oh the gorgeous views of our Downtown by the Waterfront.

But among all the attractions of this past Saturday, October 24th, anyone who came to the event would agree that the spotlight was a band of four young boys teamed up under the name of Krush. I personally was impressed with this pre-teen classic rock band from neighboring Delray Beach. Believe me, I have seen tons of local bands coming to play at different events in Downtown West Palm Beach and I have never seen such recognizable chemistry among their members.

When you hear the term “pre-teen band” as they level themselves now, you guess you are to find only a similar One Direction fan-base oriented crowd, but actually, there wasn’t a single adult not paying attention to their stupendous drum beats and intense guitars.

Nothing but instant awe and kudos to Krush Live Performance at Feast of the Sea in West Palm Beach.

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Krush performing live at the 2nd Annual Feast of the Sea event in downtown West Palm Beach by the waterfront (Saturday, October 24, 2015)

 

Krush Live Performance at Feast of the Sea in West Palm Beach on October 24th. Krush Music was the Highlight of the Event in Downtown WPB Waterfront

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