Rock the Rumble IV The Harley-Davidson Museum® and Guitars for Vets will host Rock the Rumble IV, a benefit rock concert featuring DoryDrive, The Black Saints and the Guitars for Vets band - FNG, to raise funds and awareness for G4V. This non-profit organization enhances the lives of ailing and injured military Veterans by providing them with free guitars and music instruction. The benefit will include an on-site auction featuring a variety of guitars and other items. Presale admission is $10, day of admission is $15. Rock the Rumble IV admission includes H-D Museum access on November 15 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Saturday August 9th we welcome DoryDrive to 11th Frame Live. Special guest Local Orbit. More bands to be announced soon!
Dorydrive at Rox Sports Bar in Jefferson, WI
Sounds Like: Daughtry
Manager: Eddie karam
Bio: Predominately hailing from the Midwest, DORYDRIVE is an alternative, pop rock act that has infected listeners all over the globe! Originating in Nashville, TN DORYDRIVE'S hybrid of pop, country, and rock has captivated all who listen, and their public demand has kept them on the road for the bett...See Full Bio
“TuneLab Featured Band Interview: On how the band came together.. I was on tour with Echovalve and Joan Red supporting the Echoes in Red Tour. Joey Zak, who is now the Drummer for DoryDrive, was filling in on drums for my friend Rick Anderson, who unfortunately could not make the tour.Towards the end of the tour, Echovalve had broken down in Nashville and we needed a spot to crash. Joan Red was staying with one of Joey’s friends, who turned out being an amazing engineer and producer, so they invited us to crash while the bus was getting fixed. A day and a half went by and Joey and I found ourselves talking about the future and what both of us were looking for in a side project, while throwing a football in the middle of the neighborhood on “Dory Drive”. After the tour ended I went home and made plans for Joey and the former members of Marashino, “Tom LaBrosse, Henry Koller, and Nick Mendini” to travel down to my house for a writing session. It is now all history in the making.”