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Future Gigmasterz rock Route 66

Local favorites The Feaver play encore set

Posted: March 28, 2011 1:55 a.m.
Updated: March 28, 2011 1:55 a.m.
From left, singer Breanna Harris, 13, singer/guitarist Jakob Martinez, 13, drummer Zayne Martinez, 11, and bassist and Gigmasterz instructor David Lemasters called their band The Rock Poets at Route 66 Classic Grill on Sunday.  From left, singer Breanna Harris, 13, singer/guitarist Jakob Martinez, 13, drummer Zayne Martinez, 11, and bassist and Gigmasterz instructor David Lemasters called their band The Rock Poets at Route 66 Classic Grill on Sunday.
From left, singer Breanna Harris, 13, singer/guitarist Jakob Martinez, 13, drummer Zayne Martinez, 11, and bassist and Gigmasterz instructor David Lemasters called their band The Rock Poets at Route 66 Classic Grill on Sunday.
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From left, singer Breanna Harris, 13, singer/guitarist Jakob Martinez, 13, drummer Zayne Martinez, 11, and bassist and Gigmasterz instructor David Lemasters play a short set in front of 50 or so friends, family members and restaurant customers crowding the parking lot of Route 66 Classic Grill on Sunday. Not pictured is guitarist Zech Lane, 15, behind Harris.

A half-dozen bands rocked the parking lot at Route 66 as local teens performed live on stage, the culmination of a six-week Gigmasterz "school of rock"-styled course they attended at the Keyboard Galleria music center in Saugus.

The concert also featured local favorites The Feaver, whose lineup includes former Gigmasterz students. The fast-rising foursome is now being courted by major labels.

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