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(New page: The Town House was built in 1858 at a cost of $15,500. It was orginally constructed for a "spacious hall in the second story, with a small gallery and four anterooms. In the first floor a...)
 
 
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The Town House was built in 1858 at a cost of $15,500.  It was orginally constructed for a "spacious hall in the second story, with a small gallery and four anterooms. In the first floor a smaller hall, also a post office room, treasurer's and selectmen's room..."
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*2 Andover musicians, bassist Mike Nuzzolo and drummer Greg Rickenbacker joined with Terence "Tito" Heally from Wilmington to form the band One Step Away. They were about 14 years old.  
In 1882 an extension was added for cooking accommodations and water for use by clubs and private parties.  In 1902 a lobby was designed with ornamental winding staircases and tinted walls.
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The Town Seal was placed in the mosaic floor. In 1989 the facility was completely renovated adding air-conditioning.  The building is now available for wedding receptions, theater performances, and banquets. There is still a Post Office substation on the first floor.
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*In 2008 the band decided to add voacalist Adam Carrington, also from Andover. They won the 2008 Boston Music Festival battle of the bands in the alternative music category as well as scholarships to Berklee College.
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*In 2009 One Step Away won the Haverhill Rocks competition. They were 16 years old.
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*In 2011 One Step Away won the national Clear Chanel iHeart Radio Get Discovered! Contest. The band was then composed of Mike Nuzzolo, Adam Carrington, and Ben Trudeau from Andover, Wilmington, and Beverly.Their album ''For the Broken''was played on 100 radio stations. They had played on stages from Hollywood to Los Angeles, to Las Vegas.
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*Taking Steps to Their Dream; Local Alternative Rockers Win Boston Battle of the Bands.(portrait)  ''Andover Townsman'', October 23, 2008, page 7.
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*Andover Bank Rocks haverhill. One Step Away Wins Rock Battle.(portrait) ''Andover Townsman'', September 3, 2009, page 19.
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*One Step Away Wins Again.(portrait) ''Andover Townsman'', September 15, 2011, page 6.
  
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Revision as of 18:01, 15 November 2011

  • 2 Andover musicians, bassist Mike Nuzzolo and drummer Greg Rickenbacker joined with Terence "Tito" Heally from Wilmington to form the band One Step Away. They were about 14 years old.


  • In 2008 the band decided to add voacalist Adam Carrington, also from Andover. They won the 2008 Boston Music Festival battle of the bands in the alternative music category as well as scholarships to Berklee College.


  • In 2009 One Step Away won the Haverhill Rocks competition. They were 16 years old.


  • In 2011 One Step Away won the national Clear Chanel iHeart Radio Get Discovered! Contest. The band was then composed of Mike Nuzzolo, Adam Carrington, and Ben Trudeau from Andover, Wilmington, and Beverly.Their album For the Brokenwas played on 100 radio stations. They had played on stages from Hollywood to Los Angeles, to Las Vegas.



  • Taking Steps to Their Dream; Local Alternative Rockers Win Boston Battle of the Bands.(portrait) Andover Townsman, October 23, 2008, page 7.


  • Andover Bank Rocks haverhill. One Step Away Wins Rock Battle.(portrait) Andover Townsman, September 3, 2009, page 19.


  • One Step Away Wins Again.(portrait) Andover Townsman, September 15, 2011, page 6.



--Leslie 17:00, November 15, 2011 (EST)

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