The Pioneer Press, a suburban Chicago paper, profiles The Bucket Boys, described as “a high-energy, hip hop percussive duet” that uses junk collected from wrecking yards, trash bins, basements and attics as their instruments to create and perform music with positive messages such as “say no to drugs,” teamwork, and “everyone has rhythm.” Says Bucket Boys cofounder Vince Romanelli, who graduated from Belmont in May 2003 with a Bachelors of Music, (emphasis in commercial music), “I basically majored in rockstar.”
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