Move over, Bieber: An unknown N.J. boy band is headlining Trump's Easter Egg Roll
The unknown Bro4 landed a gig previously played by Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Janelle Monae and Fifth Harmony (Photo courtesy Bro4)
Recent news reports have cast doubt on President Donald Trump's staff's ability to execute the high-stakes theater that is the White House Easter Egg Roll.
But don't worry: It's all good, bro. The boys from New Jersey have it covered.
Bro4, a pop boy-band from Ridgefield Park, will be among the entertainment at Monday's event. The band will play three sets on the South Lawn throughout the festivities, to an audience expected to be more than 20,000 people. Not a bad gig for an unknown act, especially considering that previous Easter Egg Roll performers have included Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Janelle Monae and Fifth Harmony.
The name Bro4 has a literal meaning; it's members, Skyler Alam, 27, Levi Alam, 25, Madison Alam, 23, and CaseyJones Alam, 21, are all brothers. They all sing, they all play their own instruments and they all shared a room for seven years growing up.