Manchester based Ten Bears are proof that if you pick the right genre, are good at what you do and work hard, you can succeed. Despite not even having an album yet, they have played Glastonbury, The Secret Garden Party and this year's SXSW. Their songs have been played on national radio (though mysteriously getting hold of Steve Lamacq's address is always going to help that cause) and they have developed a devoted fan base through touring and hard work, but most of all, they are good at what they do.
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