High School Rock Off Returns to Time Warner Cable April 2

Exclusive Series from the House of Blues in Cleveland

The 2012 Tri-C High School Rock Off will begin its fourth season April 2 on Time Warner Cable’s Northeast Ohio Network (NEON), channel 23. The weekly series will feature a new show each Monday with replays throughout the week and coverage also on Local On Demand (LOD) channel 411.

In addition to the on-stage performances, viewers will see in-depth artist interviews from backstage, where band members will talk about influences and the story behind their songs. Episodes will cover the finalists who played during the February 11 “Final Exam.”

Shows will air Monday - Friday from 9 – 9:30 p.m., and Sunday at noon. A new episode will air each week.

The shows will also be available in free, “On Demand” format with Time Warner Cable’s Digital Cable service on LOD channel 411. Episodes will appear on LOD approximately one week following the original air date.

The complete schedule (band name – school):

Show 1: Week of April 2

Natives  (Chagrin Falls, Kenston, Walsh Jesuit, Aurora)
Phaylinx (Nordonia, St. Ignatius)

Show 2: Week of April 9

AudaCity (Cloverleaf, Normandy, St. Ignatius)
Slight Chill (Brecksville-Broadview Heights, Keystone Online, St. Ignatius, Westlake)

Show 3: Week of April 16

Blue Fin (Cuyahoga Falls, Hoban)
Lack of Focus (Cleveland Heights, Shaker Heights, Hawken-Gates Mills)

Show 4: Week of April 23

Spitting Image (out of state - MI)
Through The Tent Flap (Shaker Heights, Orange)

Show 5: Week of April 30

Deo Vindice (Austintown Fitch, Boardman)
Winter Brave (out of state - PA)

Show 6: Week of May 7

Abraham Lincoln (out of state - PA)
No Clue (South Range-North Lima)

Show 7: Week of May 14

Burkley (Lakeview-Cortland, Southington)
Hit The Ground Running (Hudson)

Show 8: Week of May 21

The Glow Pop (Holy Name, Walsh Jesuit, Twinsburg, Cuyahoga Heights)
Two Days Until Tomorrow (Lakeview-Cortland)

Show 9: Week of May 28

Ultra Quartet (North Ridgeville)
Kyle Roark (West Geauga)
Winners Announcement

NEON is a primetime, local network only available to Time Warner Cable customers in Northeast Ohio on channel 23.

More information about the High School Rock Off can be found at http://www.kisscleveland.com/pages/content/2012_rockoff/index.html

For more information on Time Warner Cable please log onto www.timewarnercable.com. Members of the media can access Time Warner Cable Northeast Ohio Division’s online media center at http://www.timewarnercable.com/corporate/about/inthenews.ashx.

About Time Warner Cable
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