Tyler Band Gets Ready To Head To Seattle To Record Album

Another Tyler band is poised to make a dent in the national music scene and you've got a chance to see the rock alternative band tomorrow night for a special hometown show.   The guys in the band, Ivoryline say this is going to be their last show in Tyler before they head out to Seattle to record their debut album next month.

The group recently got signed on the label Tooth and Nail Records.  Band members say they're looking forward to letting their fans hear their new songs.  "It's just really good to be able to play for them before we have to go and I'm really excited for them to hear our new songs as well.  We haven't had a chance to hear what people from around our hometown have to think about the new songs so hopefully the reaction will be good," said Ivoryline lead singer Jeremy Gray.

Ivoryline is going to be the headlining act at tomorrow night's show at 7:30 p.m. in Tyler.  The concert will take place at the Mayfair building next to Harvey Convention Center.  Tickets are $10 at the door.

Oralia Ortega, Reporting.  ortega@kltv.com