April 19, 2002

UNJUST have been added to the California Music Awards on April 27th in Oakland, CA. The band join PAPA ROACH, SAMMY HAGAR, SMASH MOUTH, BOB WEIR, JOE SATRIANI, THE K.G.B. & MIXMASTER MIKE as performers.

UNJUST recently won the California Music Awards Rising Star Showcase, sponsored by Live 105 and Guitar Center, to win a slot on the awards show and $15,000 in recording time.

UNJUST is currently receiving airplay on Live 105 in San Francisco with the new track "Tired". The group have won the last two nights on the Live 105 Cage Match and will be going for win #3 tonight. "Tired" has been played 6 times on Live 105 this week.

Upcoming Shows:

Apr. 19 - San Francisco, CA - The Pound (w/CHIMAIRA, DIECAST)
Apr. 20 - San Jose, CA - Cactus Club (4:20 Fest)

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