It was a Wednesday May 11th, 2011 in Nashville, TN and the Cannery Ballroom had a Sold-Out crowd ready to be a part of the Alter Bridge experience. Alter Bridge brought out the excitement in this crowd as fists were pumping in the air and voices were singing along to nearly every song performed that night. The opener for the night, Like-A-Storm, warmed up this energetic crowd and then gave us an interview. Concert Blast had Mike Arnold, Tom Thompson, James Downing, and special guest host, Ryan Stapleton on hand to provide this audio podcast.
After Like -A-Storm performed their set of originals with a closer of the night, AC/DC’s “TNT”, they went to their merchandise booth to make a few sales, sign some autographs, and take photos as they posed with fans. They then went to their trailer to clean up a little and met with us outside the club for a brief, but fun interview.
We went back inside for a Like-A-Storm concert Review and got ready for the night’s headliner, Alter Bridge. As a long time Alter Bridge fan, Ryan Stapleton was our expert for this show as he knew about every band member and every song.
Alter Bridge performed a fun night of Hard Rock with a couple of ballads tossed in. The guitar wizardry of Mark Tremonti, along with band members, Brian Marshall, Scott Phillips, and singer/guitarist Myles Kennedy created a frenzy for the 1,000 plus enthusiastic, sweaty, rockers in attendance.
Listen to our audio podcast as we take you through several live clips of the evening along with a short interview with Like-A-Storm and our review of both performances. Special Thanks to Like-A-Storm for the invitation of covering this night of rock and thanks to their publicist, Lena Wilson for all the hard work of making this happen.
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