DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS ROCK SHOW!!!!
The show is a benefit the church's mission team to Indonesia, so the concert is called Indonesia Benefit Show. Come support!!
SO the New Year has come and so has the next set of festivities at the Bradstock’s. We are preparing a day a LIVE music, BBQ (menu soon), good friends and to possibly making new ones. Sorry, but from previous experiences, we have to keep this event an invite only for the time being. So Please feel free to end this invite to your friends and family. This is a day for fun and to celebrate Cinco De BRADSTOCK!!! So Some Ground Rules: 1. We will have security at this event, so please behave. 2. Drinking is 21+, this will be enforced. 3. Parking is limited so please, PLEASE CARPOOL. We will have stacked parking for those staying the night, parking for those that choose to sleep in their cars and parking for everyone that chooses to not spend the night. 4. You are more than welcome to bring your own supplies. This includes, Food, Drinks, tents, toys, whacky sacks, entertainment. Etc. 5. NO DRUGS or WEAPONS
Sounds Like: Foo Fighters, Circa Survive, Paramore, Emery, There For Tomorrow
Bio: The Phoenix Effect
Simply listening to music has never been enough to move people. The song itself has to ignite passion in the listener and meet them where they are in life. Giving them inspiration and hope in an, otherwise, overwhelming situation. And that's exactly where The Phoenix Effect be...See Full Bio
“It’s only fitting that The Phoenix Effect’s latest release is titled Out of the Ashes, as it actually dovetails nicely with the story of the Phoenix itself, a mythical bird that lights on fire and turns to ash, as frontman Chris Hamilton explains. “Instead of dying, it is actually reborn from the ashes of its old life and made into a whole new bird,” he says. “It’s the symbol that everyone has a second chance. Everyone can be reborn into new life. The choice is ours. So, do we simply continue along our current path? Or do we endure the Phoenix Effect and become more than what this world thinks we can be?” We’re betting he’s pointed at the ambitious end of the spectrum. In fact, the band was born out of Hamilton’s penchant to ignite his rockin‘ flame nearly six years ago, after rolling in a solo acoustic guise. Cousins Jon Kowalski (bass) and Matt Tolich (drums) helped to further realize Hamilton’s vision.”
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