Local band hits the road for charity

Music comes from the heart for a group of Bronx siblings who are going on tour to raise money for charity.The Graves children started their

THE BRONX - Music comes from the heart for a group of Bronx siblings who are going on tour to raise money for charity.

The Graves children started their band, Graveshift, as an alternative to playing video games. They use their living room to practice, but will soon start touring in California to raise funds for Oprah Winfrey's Angel Network.

The group is planning several charity concerts and hopes to raise $10,000 for the charity.

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