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Fighting Gravity raising money for New York City Show

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Since winning 3rd place on America's Got Talent, Fighting Gravity has not slowed down.

"We've been to Russia, China, Vienna," said member Travis Dalrymple.

While the team has been working corporate events and managing to go to class, they are also working on an extended New York City performance.

The group has started a kick starter fundraiser online to raise money for the show, helping take their talents to the next level.

"This performance will be 75 to 90 minutes long and will be much more elaborate than our previous performances," said Dalrymple. "This show will be for our fans. We wouldn't be here without them, especially Blacksburg and Virginia Tech. We are just so grateful."

You can follow Fighting Gravity's progress and donate money to the show, just click on the link below.

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/fightinggravitynyc/fighting-gravity

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