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Live in the Clubs: The Ameros promote social ideals

The Ameros — from left, Jesse Calhoun, Sean Muniz, Kiki Vassilakis and Charles Pope — open for Rustic Overtones at Jillian’s tomorrow night. (photo: Courtney V)
The Ameros — from left, Jesse Calhoun, Sean Muniz, Kiki Vassilakis and Charles Pope — open for Rustic Overtones at Jillian’s tomorrow night. (photo: Courtney V)
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When Jesse Calhoun and Charles Pope first brought their politically and socially charged rock band, now known as The Ameros, to the Capital Region in 2008, their timing couldn’t have been better. The two Ohio natives, childhood friends who began playing music together in 2005 under the name Cultural Relativity while at Wittenberg University in Springfield, arrived on the Albany scene just before the U.S. economy slipped into recession. Over the past three years, the ...

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