Thursday, April 12, 2018

My Musical History, Episode 17: Dan Grows Out His Hair

This is a continuation of a series of posts that left off back in - gasp - October 2014? Has it really been that long? How does that even happen? I'm telling ya, there has to be some sort of weird time travel thing going on here.
Anyway, since that time, the band that I talked about in that 2014 post has been, well, rather busy. We released our first album, recorded and released our second album, and played a whole bunch of shows along the way. We also put out our first official video (for a song off of our upcoming third album) and even had an adult beverage based on one of our songs brewed up and served on tap.

Then, last Friday, we played our biggest show to date - opening for Jonathan Davis of Korn at the Crystal Ballroom in Portland.
Needless to say, it was a lot of fun. We did a short set that included songs from all three albums as well as our now-signature cover of Dramarama's "Anything, Anything".
We were followed by Palisades, a really cool post-hardcore band from New Jersey, and then, of course, the mighty Jonathan Davis, who absolutely killed it with his new solo material.
The venue staff and the crowd were amazing and awesome. Hoping we get to do something like it again soon!
So that's the latest chapter in my musical history. Stay tuned for Episode 18, which I'm thinking will not take another 3.5 years to come out...?

P.S. If you're in or near the Salem, Oregon area, check us out tomorrow night at The Space! It's an all-ages show, and we'll be joined by our good friends The Toads and Hot Sheets. $5 cover - a bargain, if you ask me - and it starts at 9pm. See you there!

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