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Hinder-Lucky 7 tour w Soil

Hinder-Lucky 7 tour

Last week I was privileged to be able to attend the Hinder show at a small venue here in North East Indiana, along with Soil and a couple other opening acts. I have been a fan of Hinder for some time and have seen them live once or twice but never this close, preparing for this show I listened to some of their popular hits “Lips of Angel” “Get Stoned” “Better than me”. Everyone can agree those were the songs that Hinder was known for, and the former lead singer style and voice was recognizable when they came on the radio or were played in the car.
Fast forward to 2019 Hinder is still belting out hits that everyone can jam to, but the voice leading the charge is new Marshal Dutton brings a new style to old Hinder as well as some new music in which the single “Halo” that dropped in January, new music is to be expected from these guys this year so keep an eye out for that.

As for the show, Hinder has not lost a step, and still knows how to rock a crowd. Marshal  interacts with the fans and has high energy to keep the show going and the crowd rocking with all their hits and new music as well. The Eclectic Room were the show was is a small venue allowing for the bands to get personal with the crowd and it was a lot of fun for both the fans and the band.

http://hindermusic.com/

https://www.facebook.com/Hinder/

Soil a hard-hitting rock band originating out of Chicago formed in 1997 with members from other bands, after the forming of the band lead vocals was takin over by Indiana Born Ryan McCombs who also was at the lead for Drowning Pool. SOiL cam onto the stage and kicked the show in the ass, with its hard-hitting guitar making a great metal set for the crowd, including their cover of Drowning Pool’s 37 Stiches. To finish the show Ryan and the crowd of metal fans in attendance helped him sing their hit HALO.  After hearing them live I am now a fan of them and will be adding them into my playlist.

https://www.facebook.com/SOiLmusic/

Deepfall a rock band out of Grand Rapids, Michigan played original songs of their own, along with a Journey cover their hard-hitting lyrics warmed the crowd up for the two headliners. If you are a music fan you should defiantly look these guys up.

Last but defiantly not lease was Ft Wayne’s own, Blood from a Stone…. Believe me when I say these guys rocked heavy and being a local favorite, I hope to check them out again and listen to more of their music. Look for more on these bands in the future on the Network317.net

https://www.facebook.com/bloodfromastone/