On this chilly Tuesday evening, I warmed up at the Beacham to tunes by City and Colour. Having been a fan of theirs for years but never seeing them live, this was an ultimate treat.
The band started off with a few new songs to get the audience together. Dallas Green, jumping in immediately from one song to another, is relentless with his vocal talent. His smooth angelic voice floats across the airwaves to excite the crowd while the band supports that notion.
Powerful and moving, indie rock band The Rival, bring their A-game to listeners on their new EP Sands. The EP is the Nashville duo’s second in a planned three release set, and it is a collection definitely worthy of more attention.
If you weren’t at the Anthony Green show this weekend, you sure missed one hell of an entertaining night. On his current tour for his freshly released album, Pixie Queen, Green made a stop at Orlando’s The Social. It was a night of pure fun, singing your heart out, and celebration.
Bringing power pop and rock and roll together is a difficult feat. Austin, Texas band White Label Analog ruffles these genres together to get their sultry but dancey sound. Upbeat and tangy, the keyboard synthesizer brings their melodies to another level.
On Tuesday, I had the pleasure of seeing two exciting bands at Will’s Pub. Crowd pleasers to the sold out show were Teen Suicide and Elvis Depressedly. I was not overly familiar with the music of either band previously, so my ears were in for a new treat.