Canton boy band lands birthday gig, sings for Miley Cyrus and family

Published On: Jan 09 2013 02:42:21 PM EST
Updated On: Jan 09 2013 02:56:05 PM EST
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Four musicians from Canton performed their new single for pop sensation Miley Cyrus at her sister's birthday party in Los Angeles.

The metro Detroit group TwentyForSeven sang for Noah Cyrus, Miley's younger sister, at the Level 3 nightclub Tuesday night in Hollywood.  Noah was celebrating her 13th birthday.



The Canton Boy band recently released its first single "All I Ever Wanted" in November and quickly caught the attention of MTV who declared the song "buzzworthy."

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Rajiv Dhall, Matt Pastor, Blake Hayes and Corey DeLuca make up the group.  The friends attended Canton High School together.

The new single was one of the songs TwentyForSeven performed for the Cyrus family.   Billy Ray Cyrus, Miley and Noah's father, tweeted about the band "Check these dudes out ... Twentyforseven @tfsoffical.  The single is "All I Ever Wanted."  He included a picture of the group in the tweet.

TwentyForSeven will be back in Michigan by the end of the week.  They perform at Michigan State University on Friday.

Damian Dawson of Live The Music Group represents TwentyForSeven.  The band is coming off a stint on the E Networks's Opening Act reality show and Dawson said things are really starting to happen for them.

"We've got a lot of good things going on. They've already done national television, we're getting a lot of national exposure as far as entertainment sites and a lot of major labels have reached out to us about the boys," said Dawson. "Right now we're trying to focus on the Forget The World project, you know we just put out our first record for it.

TwentyForSeven is ready to roll out its new disc called "Forget The World." 

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