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The Band From TV has announced an exciting new alliance with ExpressJet.

The group has named the carrier as their official transport provider, which means the company will fly the band to concert events across America free-of-charge.

“We are incredibly grateful to ExpressJet for providing transportation for our band all throughout America,” said Greg Grunberg, who started the band to raise money through music to help those in need. “All of the money saved from ExpressJet providing this service goes straight to the charities and we are beyond thankful.”

Band From TV is a 9 piece musical ensemble that features the talents of Desperate Housewives’ James Denton on guitar, House’s Hugh Laurie on keyboards, and Desperate Housewives’ Teri Hatcher on vocals. The full length album follows earlier releases on the House soundtrack and the top-selling version of Minnie The Moocher on iTunes. They release their first CD and DVDHoggin’ All The Covers – next week.

“We are proud to associate our expertise in aviation with the talented actors and musicians of Band From TV,” said ExpressJet’s Sr. Manager of Marketing, John Yeng. “We couldn’t be happier to do our part in raising money for the very worthy charities that each celebrity has chosen.”

Band From TV donate all their proceeds to a range of charities, including Save the Children, The Art of Elysium, the Child Abuse Prevention Program and the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

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