Eve 6 Live Review 2016

Eve 6 Live Review + Concert Photos | Hard Rock Rising featuring: The Woolly Bushmen, MILKA, Felicity, and The Dealers

by • June 3, 2016

After hearing the lead singer of Eve 6 had laryngitis, I was not expecting much. But,  essay writing tutor melbourne sources for papers essay skills for life source go here writing english essay tips enter thesis statement for kkk paper https://www.newburghministry.org/spring/addiction-definition-essays/20/ how to write an effective thesis statement for a persuasive essay viagra usage video tips for college applications buy viagra in sydney australia case study of a child in psychology http://mce.csail.mit.edu/institute/annual-homework-help-subscription/21/ get link i love photography essay format speech writing english college student homework help follow link resume writing service engineering go here essay on junk food in hindi language group dynamics essay here go to site https://homemods.org/usc/sociological-essay-topics/46/ https://carlgans.org/report/heat-transfer-paper-buy-online/7/ follow site watch cialis dosage instructions ielts essay types structure pdf Max Collins delivered straight to my ’90s alt-rock soul. This event was very unique and also a Free Show. The bad word of the night was “Battle of the Bands.” It was made very clear this was not a “Battle of the Bands,” rather, a showcase of some of Orlando’s finest artists performing and being judged by a panel of judges for a chance to go to the regional level, and ultimately a $50,000 prize and chance to perform at Hard Rock Ibiza. It was really cool.

Each band was give 20 minutes to perform, with 10 minute set-changes (very tight, but this displayed their professionalism). The Woolly Bushmen opened the evening and roared through the Hard Rock Live walls. This is a band showcasing a very unique and versatile mix of soulful 70’s-era dancing-shoes tunes. They’re a band who I look forward to on any bill. During the beginning of their performance, one of the guitar’s went out but it showed their true colors — lead singer, Simon Palombi took charge and pushed his keys and vocals to the next level to fill in the absence of guitar tones. Tony from Milka, who was also competing that evening, came to the rescue with a backup guitar during the next song. Fun fact: The Woolly Bushmen were performing a double-header that evening! Later in the night, they performed outside at “Punk On The Patio.”

The Dealers, also a three-piece, brought out the rock and roll after a quick change over. These three play a steady, aggressive alt-rock with a touch of early 2000’s emo. They could easily be national tour support for some greats, and with their potential, could rise to headlining level artist themselves.

Felicity looked the most professional with their stage setup. They had large banners (band scrims) in front of their amps and a large logo on the bass-drum head. They even had a few choreographed jumps! This band falls into the Warped Tour crowd and could easily open a national tour for the likes of A Day To Remember or Hawthorne Heights (if HH is even still relevant). I’m excited to see where these five gents are in a year.

Milka Rocks” is what the band’s Facebook states. A bold statement, indeed. After seeing them perform, it’s clearly an accurate statement. The band came out wearing all white, except for lead singer Milka Ramos’ black and white bikini top. Milka powered through their set, and most importantly, even made time to jam-out for a minute, which really stood out. It was the perfect ending to a beautiful Orlando music showcase.

And … the winner is … MILKA! Congratulations to Tony, Alex, and Milka. ShowsIGoTo.com wishes you the best of luck at the regionals. 😎

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A huge thanks to Hard Rock Live and Hard Rock Rising, as well, for bringing me on a as a panel judge. It was a honor being next to some Orlando greats — Bao Le-Huu from Orlando Weekly, Tom and Dan from the Tom & Dan show, Sandy Bitman from Park Ave CDs, Kaleigh Baker, and some surprise guests, like Gary Rinkerman.

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