Anyone’s Guess CD Release Show Photos from Venue 578
Anyone’s Guess held a festive CD release show in Orlando over the weekend and invited a few of Orlando’s best Alternative rock bands to join them on stage for the big event. We were able to catch a handful of cool photos from each band, as well as a few crowd shots.
In celebration of the release of their excellent new album, Commitment Issues, Anyone’s Guess threw a memorable party at Orlando’s Venue 578 this weekend. The Orlando rockers put together a killer line-up of local bands to share the stage on their big night.
Anyone’s Guess So Long Video Premiere and Interview
Today is release day for “So Long” the brand new video from Orlando alt-rockers Anyone’s Guess. To celebrate this momentous occasion, we chatted with singer/bassist Sanja Jovanovic. Check out her thoughts, and then take a peek at the “So Long” premiere below.
It’s been two weeks since the senseless tragedy at Pulse NIghtclub, and we’re starting to see some nice signs of healing. Last night in an Orlando Love event packed with local rock musicians and passionate fans, we saw camaraderie, laughter, fellowship and a hearty dose of rock ‘n roll, with more than a few memorable moments.
More tattoos and piercings than I’ve ever seen in one place I my life, brightly decorated hair and mind-numbing body suspensions provided just a taste of the eclectic vibe at Kinkfest. Those colorful experiences, coupled with a beautiful backdrop of pristine November weather, set-up the perfect environment for my first visit. There was also a palpable, positive vibe, in an environment where everyone was in their own element being whoever the hell they wanted to be. Oh, and then there was the eleven hours of killer rock ‘n roll – welcome to the 2015 incarnation of The Kink Music Festival.
The Kink Music Festival returns to Orlando in mid-November for their 2nd Annual celebration of rock ‘n roll, tattoos and a provoking culture here in Florida. This year’s event features Central Florida favorites Rise Against and Hollywood Undead, plus a dozen more national and local bands well worth the affordable $30 price of admission.
Last week, I was lucky enough to receive tickets to a show at House of Blues starring Breathing Theory, Traverser, Kill the Sound, and Meka Nism. The show was at 8pm, so I showed up at Downtown Disney about 7 to avoid the line, my daughter and nephew in tow. After a short wait, the doors opened, and we found our spot near the stage before the house filled up.