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Roundheels / Press

“When I arrived, Roundheels were warming up; when I heard Eric Moore on drums perform his test-run, I knew that we were in for a great night of rock ‘n roll! The Bowling Green first-timers put on a great show and proved that Saint Louis is also home to a pool of talented musicians.... Their high-energy performance was intensified as lead guitarist/vox, Justin Fremont, jumped off stage for his solo during their song “Swift,” about none other than Taylor swift. The crowd was very pleased with the show and the guys had fun performing for their Bowling Green audience.”

“Taking the stage first, Roundheels set the bar high for the remainder of the evening, providing a great set that I hopefully will be able to see again”

“Supporting act Roundheels opened with a metal-licious set featuring thermonuclear drums and a fair bit of antics by the lead singer, who kept leaving the stage to get more beer and ended up ripping his jeans from crotch to knee during a particularly energetic scissor kick.”

“filled with some of the most agressive dirty-garage-dance-antidance-Stones-Stooge rock you’ll hear come out of Saint Louis this year.”

“The show at The Way Out that the band was getting ready for during their last interview was a garage rock spectacle complete with blown mains and kicked amps, a liability for some shows but perfect for them. Don’t bring up Iggy and the Stooges if you’re not prepared to break some stuff.”

“a raucous, enthusiastic set”

“Rock 'n' roll still alive and kicking with the Safes, Thee Fine Lines and Roundheels at the Firebird”