Locals Jax bands’Salem Hollow’ and ‘Bleeding In Stereo’ open for Christian Rockers ‘Red’.

Jacksonville’s very own Bleeding In Stereo took their rock show to the Murray Hill Theater close to downtown, opening up for National christian act Red, as well as up and comers Salem Hollow that opened the show.

Bleeding In Stereo are Keith Allen on Guitar & blazing some clean Vocals, and Eddie Floyd banging the Drums, Jeremy Destin throwing down some mad Bass Guitar skills, and Brian Woodward giving you some screaming Guitar riffs.These guys throw down with all the intensity and energy every time..and this night they did not disappoint. They had a short set, but it didn’t feel that way as they went through some of their more notable songs like “Black and white” and “Waiting to Crash” like they always do to the delight of their fans. BIS always deliver every show they play no matter what, they take what they can get and knock it out of the park every time.

The best thing I have notice from the many times i have seen these guys is that they love to meet the fans and take time for their fans after the show talk to them and autograph anything they want….they are rock stars on and off the stage!

So you have your chance to see them on 12/16-12/17 at the “Not So Silent Night” 2016 show at Jack Rabbits. You can get your tix here http://bit.ly/2gTvo0f

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Salem Hollow opened the packed house at Murray Hill to a huge cheer. They have only been a band a little less then a year, but play like they have been playing for years.

Salem Hollow is Jason Koivula; Singer/Lyrics- his vocals were crisp and sharp like a knife, but at the same time, he has that little grungy sound to his voice that makes it perfect for bands style of music.  Josh Graves; Lead & Rhythm Guitar throws down like no other, he gets up on stage and goes full throttle the whole show, with blistering finger work and ear shattering guitar solos.Josh’s personality on and off the stage is very infectious. Björn Noren; Drums & Percussion playing fills the room and keeps the boys up front on point, he plays with a purpose and never looks back.

The stage was set for a Christmas themed rock show with a giant snow man on stage with lights strung around the stage as well as presents, which they happily through out later. The guys came out on stage like they were shot out of a canon, with the lead singer busting out from behind the snowman. The guys looked like they were having the time of their lives and so did the fans…as they ended the show to a huge cheer and fists in the air.

So if you are looking for a new band to follow I would highly recommend Salem Hollow out of Jacksonville Fl.

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About Bryan Joe Corder (4261 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.
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