Temper Through Tears & Perfect Mercy Reunion Show @ Two Doors Down 06-21-2014 - Temper Through Tears & Perfect Mercy are each reuniting for one night full of fun, friends, and great music.
Rocking on the dock has never been as fun as it is with Temper Through Tears. Great atmosphere, food, and music! All ages show until 10 pm. The band is anxiously awaiting their return to Bubba Brews. It's always a great time!
Both Bands will be playing the Best Rock ALL NIGHT LONG!! TTT: 10PM JMB: 12AM
Temper Through Tears returns to Two Doors Down to rock Maryville
Donnie "Thunder" Mahan
Sounds Like: FüEL, Cake music, Finger Eleven (F11), Collective Soul, Kings Of Leon
Label: Mytis Welby Music
Bio: Quickly becoming one of the area’s most sought after bands, Temper Through Tears is forging a name for themselves among venues and fans both new and old. Their formula for success can be contributed to a wealth of talent amongst the band’s members and a versatile set list packed full of crowd ple...See Full Bio
: Temper Through Tears has a show on 06/21/2014 at 10:00 PM @ Two Doors Down in Maryville, TN http://t.co/LmB45faYS8 #concert
“Blount County native Jason Williams is living proof of the lyncanthropic effects of rock ‘n’ roll — once bitten, there’s really never any going back. He knows. Now living in Knoxville with his wife and three children, the 1991 Maryville High School graduate thought his days fronting a local rock band were behind him. After all, he’d done it for years, playing in groups like See Through Human and Lotus, which later became Contrast Gray. But family and a 9-to-5 job with Team Health weren’t enough to make him forget about his first love. “If you love music and you’re a musician by heart, you cant ever really give it up,” said Williams, the son of Blount County resident and Faded Blues guitarist Steve Williams. “I have a friend who owns The Orangery (a Knoxville restaurant), and he asked me to come out and play some acoustic shows, after I had given it up for a while. It was just me playing for a small group of people, and it took just one of those for me to say...”