Stage Moms,
The TVD First Date

“I got into vinyl only a few years ago. I don’t necessarily collect a lot of records but I have a few really cool ones. “

“My favorite one is Runway Brothers “April Fools Day” release which is a song all about my favorite restaurant that serves gas, SHEETZ. I also am very excited about finding my newest addition 61 Penn by Crucial Dudes. They’re a huge influence on my band Stage Moms and I was incredibly excited to find it at my friend’s record shop (White Rabbit Records in Corbin Kentucky). I grew up listening to bands like Crucial Dudes and The Wonder Years and always wanted to play in a band like that but more aggressive.

Another cool record I have is the Twenty One Pilots Record Store Day release that’s shaped like the state of Ohio. Twenty One Pilots mean a lot to me because when they got huge I was playing baritone ukulele in a band and for years people told me a band that uses a ukulele will never work and I’m from Ohio and so are they so it was super validating to me.

The final record I’m really glad I have is Georgia by Brian Fallon. My uncle got me into the Gaslight Anthem in 7th grade and they were my first non top 40 pop, singer concert and that show changed everything for me. The Gaslight Anthem/Brian Fallon have always been a big influence on my writing style.
Gage Vota

“Almost Heaven Feels Like Hell,” the new EP from Stage Moms is in stores now.

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