The White Tie Affair

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The White Tie Affair

The White Tie Affair performing in Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 23, 2009
Background information
Origin Chicago, Illinois
Genres Pop rock, electronica,
Years active 2006–Present
Labels Epic Records-Sony BMG / Slightly Dangerous
Website http://www.thewhitetieaffair.com
Members
Sean Patwell – Guitar, Programming
Chris Wallace – Vocals
Tim McLaughlin – Drums
Ryan McLain – Keyboard, Guitar

The White Tie Affair is an American rock-pop and alternative music group. The White Tie Affair formed in 2006 and is currently formed by Christopher Wallace - vocals, Sean Patwell - programming and guitar, Ryan McLain - keyboards and synth, and Timothy McLaughlin - drums. They released their hit debut studio album April 22nd, 2008 called Walk This Way. The band is famous for the single "Candle (Sick & Tired)". Other songs include "Allow Me to Introduce Myself... Mr. Right", "Take It Home", and "If I Fall". White Tie Affair has been recording songs since 2006.

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