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Get Out Amarillo


Lacey Mosley thought for sure she would leave music behind her five years ago when she got fired from a band she never even sang with.

Then, she got to hire the guy who fired her, and they've been happy ever since.

Mosley auditioned to sing with a Central Texas band that had a guitar duo: Sameer Bhattacharya and Jared Hartmann. She thought the band hired her, but she waited in vain to find out when her first practice session would be.

Finally, she heard from Bhattacharya, who told her she wouldn't be needed.

'I was pretty sad. ... I pretty much thought I would give up on finding a band. ... The next week, after I had given up pretty much, I got a call from somebody saying they heard I was looking for a bass player.'

That led her and drummer James Culpepper to seek out a guitar player, too: Hartmann, whose band had split.

Bhattacharya showed up at the new band's first rehearsal. Mosley had no intention of letting the guy who had kicked her out of a band join her new one. Then, Bhattacharya started playing.

'As soon as we started playing, it was like magic, it was meant to be,' she said. 'Now he's a vital part of the band and writes most of the songs.'

The band became Flyleaf, which is getting its first major national exposure on the 'Fall Brawl' tour with Staind.

Already, the Belton-based band is learning that Staind's members are a down-to-earth bunch.

'We don't really have a crew, so they take care of us, you know,' she said. '... They're not rock stars at all, and they're that way with their fans, too.'

Thanks to Get Out! Amarillo

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