…loud, energetic, hard, thumping, pounding, raw . That’s the only way I think I can describe these guys. I’ve always wanted the opportunity to this band, and I’m really glad I finally got the to. It’s also always a treat to photograph a show at the newly renovated Capitol Theater in Port Chester, NY as this place has so much legendary history. They’ve hosted quite an array of shows since they reopened last year, and their state of the art sound system along lights and visuals combined, always makes for a great experience. 

Starting off the night strong the hard hitting  Rocker, I knew the rest of this show was going to kick some serious ass. Lead singer ’s vocals were strong, forceful and clear as he amped up the crowd something fierce right away. Backed by Jen-Paul Gaster on drums, on bass and on guitar, this quartet rocked this room and provided a thunderous of constant rock and overall energy.

While a lot of people may not directly know name , they probably don’t realize they’ve most likely heard there somewhere or another. has been on the musical circuit since 1990, and their has been featured in video games, TV shows and even , so they can without a doubt be considered veterans as they do have a strong following, and know how to put on a show and bring a venue to its knees.

:

  • Rocker
  • Unto the Breach
  • Mr. Freedom
  • Pure Rock Fury
  • Texan Book of
  • Mice and Gods
  • Subtle Hustle
  • Book, Saddle & Go
  • Burning Beard
  • Cyborg Bette
  • The Soapmakers
  • Gone Cold
  • The Mob Goes Wild
  • Struck Down
  • The Man Kindly Requests…

Encore:

  • Sound Attack!
  • Spacegrass
  • Electric Worry
  • One Eye Dollar

 

 


Based in Denver, CO, Craig has been contributing to Live Music Blog for a few years now. He's made a strong start out of the gates and his enthusiasm always makes for a fun read. A veteran of almost 200 Grateful Dead shows and hundreds of other various concerts, Craig decided to combine his love for live music with photography to be part of the action.