Station - High Voltage Rock & Roll

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Station - High Voltage Rock & Roll

Thu · November 14, 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$20.00 - $24.50

This event is 18 and over

Ticket Prices May Increase

 

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Station
Station
While lost souls around the globe grapple with finding their true path, teenagers spend
the fleeting days of their youth experimenting with identity and budding music
performers struggle to classify their sound, Station has planted itself on solid ground with
electrifying, original melodies that carry allusions to the golden age of rock ‘n’ roll but
stand firmly at the forward edge of the here and now.
The vocal range and charismatic stage presence of Station’s frontman, Patrick Kearney, is
just one piece of the outfit’s highly precise, polished machine. Each member is brilliant in
his role in the larger, perpetual operation but adds a distinct artistry with contributions
that must be experienced to fully appreciate.
Rock fans everywhere have taken notice. Radio stations all around country have given
them airplay (most in their top 10)—Station has reached #12 on the CMJ Loud Rock
chart—and Station has electrified the stage at major festivals like Rocklahoma, Musikfest
and Great South Bay Music Festival.
The anthemic choruses in tracks like “Dressed To Kill”, “Never Say Never,” “With Me
Tonight” are fueled with a sense of freedom and inspire audiences to join in at the top of
their lungs. No need for outlandish stage antics and production-room embellishments;
the songs on Station’s self-titled debut are an innovative take on everything we love
about rock ‘n’ roll—the contemporary version of blasting a classic track at 75 miles an
hour on the open road.
Station has shared the stage with rock icons like Pat Benatar, Vince Neil, Bret Michaels,
Eric Martin of Mr. Big and many more. And they’ve learned from the greats: the synergy
between bass and guitar is symbiotic, devoid of too-generous guitar solos or weak lyrics.
Textured riffs and enough growl in their vocals quench the listener’s thirst for hard, real,
fun and satisfying rock.
Venue Information:
Madlife Stage & Studios
8722 Main st.
Woodstock, GA, 30188
http://madlifestageandstudios.com/