On Sunday, November 18th, The Farthest Edge converged on the American Music Awards scene for what they hoped to be their inaugural walk on the AMA Red Carpet. Realizing how important the American Music Awards are in the industry and to rising stars, the opportunity to be a part of this signature event ignited the rockers and like any other calculated risk takers, they set out to seize the moment, and headed to Los Angeles from Billings, Montana with less then 10 hours to spare before showing up at the American Music Awards. Before an after-party attendee stepped foot in any venue, The Farthest Edge was headed back to Billings, Montana to fulfill a commitment to help raise funds to support the victims of Hurricane Sandy. Before departing, Stephan Flores, The Farthest Edge’s bass player, stated, “Being on the carpet was pretty cool, surreal, but it felt natural, like we belonged there.” Lead vocalist Patrick Michaelis chimed in and had this to say about his experience, “Seeing what takes place behind the scenes at the AMA’s firsthand was an experience that I will never forget and I look forward to the experience in the years to come.”

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