"Direct support for Buckcherry was one of Reno's most respected rock bands, Seasons of Insanity...SOI got around thirty-five minutes to rock the house, which they did quite impressively by the way...Every time this examiner see's these guys play, they seem to get better with every show. With the many line up changes over the years, this group really works good together. They were most definitly a perfect fit for this show."
“On Sept. 21, 2012 "The Knitting Factory Concert House Reno rocks downtown Reno. This time with Buckcherry, Lit, Reno locals Seasons of Insanity, and added at the last minute, Cherry Bomb, an all female rock band from L.A. made up of 14 to 17 year olds. Attendance was very good for this show, with Street Vibrations, George Thorogood and Reno's own 7 Seconds all in town, the knit still managed to sell over 800 tickets to the show. You gotta love Reno. SOA always puts on a great show, one of Reno's best rock bands. All they need is the right person to see them live and their on there way." ”
“On April 16, 2011, Puddle of Mudd hit the stage at Reno's #1 club, The Knitting Factory Concert House. Opening the show were Reno locals, Seasons of Insanity and Sil Shoda. Then came Seasons of Insanity, their set lasted 45 minutes, (sadly I did not get their set list as of yet). But I can tell you that they ROCKED the HOUSE.”
“On Saturday, March 26, 2011, Shane Whitecloud's band Seasons of Insanity and The Knitting Factory Concert House raised nearly $500.00 for JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) at the C.D. release party for the bands new self-titled album "Seasons of Insanity". For every C.D. sold, one dollar was donated to the charity. See the rest of this review by following the link provided-”