The Rival Sons: Teatro Fiasco on Cinco De Mayo
The Rival Sons are a band that I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with a few times and if you’d like to hear my interviews with lead guitarist Scott Holiday then may I suggest this all access Rival Sons Revelator style link here: http://www.revelatorshow.com/guest/rival-sons-1/152
Now off to the real reason I’m writing this live review. The living breathing, explosion of rock’n’roll nearly ripping off the top of a venue named the Cannery Ballroom, located near downtown Nashville.
Hollow Bones Pt 1 was the opening song in a set that featured 14 songs from 7 different albums. The Rival Sons would get Tied Up and unleash a soulful, robust, personal, astonishing, heartfelt concert. Was this a long enough description of how kick ass the Rival Son are live? Fire up the Electric Man, because The Secret is out and Pressure and Time in the room have been completely lifted up to new heights. The Rivals Sons always provide a positive and healthy view with their music.
Jordan and many other Thundering Voices can and will Tell Me Something. This was about the instance when lead vocalist Jay Buchanan introduced Mr. Scott Holiday, whose son was turning 10 years old on this day May, 5th and also Cinco De Mayo! Cheers to all! The Face of Light, a song about the hard times while on the road being away from your family. The real true and struggle for a touring musician.
The Rival Sons at this point had the audience completely in its deep grove and charisma. I Open My Eyes and what do I see and hear? The mad man him shelf Michael Miley wearing out the skins on his kit with some massive drum rolls with true big balls sound.
As the evening whined down, the audience would collectively join in singing the back end of Hollow Bones Pt. 2. The lung capacity and the feeling of some many people embracing the overall Teatro Fiasco on Cinco De Mayo. It gave me that Keep On Swinging vibe.
The Rival Sons yet again as smooth as whisper distinguished and polished.