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Rochester record label Three Birds Music takes flight

Hilliker created ROCKchester while he attended high school. As he completed his degree at Belmont University in Nashville, he helped transform the festival into a successful multi-day and multi-venue showcase. The festival, initially focused on providing young local bands an opportunity to perform, eventually grew to include several days of performances from Rochester bands and other young bands from throughout the upper Midwest.

It lasted for five years.

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“After ROCKchester ended this summer, I knew I had to keep up the momentum the festival has created,” Hilliker said. “In a sense, Three Birds Music is ROCKchester growing up into my own venture and something that can ultimately reach out broader than just Rochester.”

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Hilliker presented his new project on Jan. 1, to start fresh and create a sense of rebirth in a year he hopes will give us all a return to some normalcy. The name of the project was inspired by Rochester’s resilient Canada Goose population.

Three Birds Music released a video for Wyatt Moran’s single “I’ve Got All I Need.” It’s just one of the tracks from an EP called “Start Again” that Moran and Three Birds Music will release in mid-February.

Songwriter Moran’s musical roots started in Rochester, where he released an EP of music each year he attended Century High School before he headed off to Boston to study at the Berklee College of Music.

Moran and Hilliker’s own projects were the first two acts to sign to the Three Birds Music record label, but Hilliker is confident the label will grow. Three Birds Music is also managing notable Minnesotan bands Why Not and Gully Boys, each of

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