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Selbyville, DE
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Portrait of Semiblind
Semiblind is a groove-rock band that skirts a harder edge at times but also knows how to mellow things out. Their sets include rock covers from the 60’s to today with a mix of their own rock originals. They produce a distinct sound with powerful female and male vocals, diesel driven guitar, solid, thumping bass lines, and tight, innovative drums

Semiblind was formed in September of 2003 bringing together musicians from all over Delmarva. They started performing gigs regularly in February of 2004. They are currently performing all over the Eastern Shore and are working toward branching out further and getting their music heard wherever they can

Semiblind has appeared on the Comcast cable show The Kilowat Spot and radio shows such as; 95.9 FM's Local Lixx, X106.9 FM's Exposed, X106.9 FM's Local Traxx with Krazy Eddie, and Ocean 98's Live Lixx @ 6. Semiblind has been featured in Salisbury Daily Times ""Go"" section, the Maryland and Delaware Beachcomber, The Delaware Coast Press, and Xtra, X106.9 FM's music magazine. They were interviewed and filmed by local news station WBOC at the 2007 Delaware Music Festival, and are featured in the August 2007 issue of Delaware Beach Life Magazine. In March of 2007 they shared the stage with national act River City High. Their music is on rotation and available for request on X106.9 FM, 98.1 FM, and 93.5 FM