Local teenage band takes over music scene

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BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. (WDTV) - The nonprofit organization Popshop brought together high school students from Bridgeport, Fairmont Senior, and other high schools in the area and have showcased their talents for the last couple of years.

Drummer Alisha Pinti said,"We clicked as soon as we started playing it was easy and it still is, it's fun, it's exhilarating, I love it."

The bands growing popularity drew in a large crowd at the Social Tap in Bridgeport tonight as they played originals and cover songs for the crowd.

Singer Maleri Tustin said, "We've never played down in Bridgeport so it's our first time playing here and we're super excited to widen our range of fans and hopefully have a good time."

The band has also played at Blackbear, 123 Pleasant Street, and Joe n Throw in Morgantown. Nothing is slowing these girls down anytime soon.