Some area high school students have a big night ahead as they get ready to compete against other high school rock bands in the 20th Annual Tri-C High School Rock-Off" at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. One of the local bands, "First to Eleven," is the reigning winner.
The band "First to Eleven" is formerly known as M4. They played last night at Mound Grove in Waterford, ahead of the competition tonight. They are made up of singer Audra Miller who is 14 years old. Her band mates that range in age from 15 to 17. They will be playing four songs tonight, starting at 6:30.

Another Erie band, who also made it to the finals last year, is named "Jack's Mom." They take the stage at 8:40pm with three songs. Both bands are  in the running for $1000.00 dollars and other prizes. The two bands share one member, and the students are all products of what's called the "Rock School" set up at the World of Music store in Erie. "Jack's Mom" is made up of six students from the Erie, Girard, Millcreek, Fairview and General McLane School Districts.
A bus of supporters headed to Cleveland to cheer on the local bands.