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3D In Your Face / Press

“When Sam Morris returns to Fremont on Saturday, he’ll be ready to put on a unique theatrical production while sporting big hair. For Morris, a 2003 graduate of Fremont High School, it’s all part of being a member of 3D In Your Face. The Omaha-based ‘80s hair tribute band will be playing at 9 p.m. Saturday at Uncle Larry’s in Fremont. It will be the band’s first time playing at Uncle Larry’s. 3D In Your Face plays hits from the ’80s, ranging from Motley Crüe and KISS to Warrant and Ratt. What sets the band apart, Morris said, is the atmosphere it provides surrounding its music. “We not only do the songs, we also add the show into it,” Morris said. “We bring a professional lighting rig. It’s just an over-the-top experience with lasers and loud music, costumes and big hair – all mixed with the soundtrack of the ’80s.” 3D In Your Face has been together since 1999. Morris became part of the band about six years ago as its full-time guitar tech and stage man”

“KEARNEY — When Sam Morris brings a song to his band 3D in Your Face, they all ask themselves, “What would The Who do in this situation?” “We’re not trying to make a Who record, by any means,” Morris said in an interview from his home in Omaha. “It just seems that The Who was such a memorable band that wrote so many great — and powerful — songs. We strive to write songs like that.” Central Nebraska audiences will have an opportunity to judge 3D in Your Face when it performs at 9 p.m. today and Saturday at Shooters Bar. The band features Chris “Snyper” Hineline, guitar; Jeremy “Playboy” Deans, drums; Alan “Hot Rod” King, vocals; and Sam “Spade” Morris, bass. While they tend to spoof 1980s big-hair bands, Morris said they take the music of the ’80s seriously. “We play ’80s-themed music,” Morris said, “but we’re trying to make it something more — more relatable to this generation. We’re trying to write songs that appeal to people of all a”

“OMAHA — Sam Morris of the hair band 3D In Your Face lives in the 1980s, when everything was bigger and brighter, not to mention over the top. “We are for real,” he said following a weekend of performing in Wayne. “We do all ’80s hair rock ‘n’ roll music with loud guitars, over-the-top light show and over-the-top costumes. Everything’s bigger and brighter.” Just like the 1980s. Guitarist Morris and his three bandmates will stop in Kearney for two shows, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday at Shooters. With a lack of bands on tour, Morris said, the demand for live, fun entertainment grows every day. “We play the songs the way they were written, just like on the record,” he said. “Not a lot of bands are playing rock ‘n’ roll these days. There’s a big market for people who want to go out to a bar and pay their $5 to see a live show. We’re trying to bring the fun aspect of the ’80s back into the music.””

“Wrapping up Sunday's activities will be the second Street Dance on Main Street and will feature the band "3D In Your Face." Out of Omaha, Neb., "3D In Your Face" has been called the nation's number one 80's tribute band touring around the country and is looking forward to playing at the Sutherland Street Dance. The dance kicks off at 9 p.m. and last until 1 p.m.”

“KEARNEY — Friday and Saturday at Shooters will be like stepping back into the 1980s. The ’80s hair metal band, 3D In Your Face, will rock the night away from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday. There will be a $5 entry fee. “Just imagine from back in the ’80s — guys with big hair, loud guitars and an over-the-top light show,” said Sam “Spade” Morris, guitarist for the band. The Omaha-based band, which began performing in 1999, is known for covering songs by Motley Crue, Poison, AC/DC and more. Morris joined 3D In Your Face last year after being a guitar tech for the band for five years. “I just grew up loving ’80s hair metal. It really attracted me going on the road and doing this night after night,” he said. Along with covering popular 1980s songs, the band also performs its own songs, including “In Your Face” and “Generation Dirt.” The band is working on its fourth album. “It’s definitely music we have all kind of grown up on and music that has inf”

“Starting Friday February 10th at the 21st Saloon and running every FRIDAY through Memorial Day. It's 80s night live music with 3d in your face! From 9 to close enjoy some of the following 80s classics: Radar Love, Metal Health, No More Tears, Long Way to Love, Hair of the Dog, Fire Woman, Everybody Loves Eileen, are just a few of the new songs in our show!!!!! Hello 80's hair band fans! 21st will be serving up $3 single captains, and $4 double captains! Also $3 Drafts of Budlights, and giveaways and prizes! Stop in and say hey to Chad, and John! Come see the new show thats been traveling around the midwest. Fire, lasers!!!”