Bridge To Grace, Seasons After

11:11 Presents

Bridge To Grace

Seasons After

Gears

Sat, July 1, 2017

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

Pub Station

Billings, MT

$10.00

This event is all ages

Bridge To Grace
Bridge To Grace
A fixture on the rock music scene, Bridge To Grace has been impressing audiences with their energetic live show performance and songwriting skills since early 2012. Loaded with powerful songs that range from hard-hitting rockers to emotionally driven ballads, David Garcia (vocals), Alex Cabrera (guitar, vocals, piano), Christian Lowenstein (bass) and Justin Little (drum, vocals) have a musical chemistry like no other. Their unique and compelling sounds leave fans wanting more and their motto of “write a song a day” shows just how determined and dedicated they are to ‘making it. Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, Bridge To Grace was formed by Cabrera in 2010 when he recruited Lowenstein, whom he met while attending Atlanta’s Music Matters. Two years later, Little joined and finally Garcia, thanks to producer Rick Beato’s suggestion that vocal tracks of Garcia be sent to Cabrera. After one listen, Cabrera knew he was the voice for Bridge To Grace and the band was born! In late 2013, Bridge To Grace released their first EP “Staring in the Dark,” produced by Beato (Shinedown, Need to Breathe) for indie label Long Run Records. Their first single “The Fold” was released to radio in January 2014 and landed in the Top 50 on the active rock charts. That same year, the guys completed their first nationwide tour sharing the stage with bands such as Theory of a Deadman, Pop Evil, Fuel, Puddle of Mudd, Smile Empty Soul, Tantric, and Drowning Pool. Additionally, Bridge To Grace has performed at The Taste of Madison, Dirt Fest, The Dane County Fair and Texas Showdown, Rockfest 2016 in addition to doing several radio and television appearances to promote their music and tour. The eponymous album BRIDGE TO GRACE was released in the Spring of 2015 and is available on iTunes, Amazon, and bridgetogracemusic.com. The band currently has released two top 40 singles and just released their fourth single, "Left Inside".
Seasons After
Seasons After
Hailing from the heartland, Seasons After is American hard rock personified.

The Kansas five-piece lives and breathes the grind, the grit, and soul of hard rock, and after a three-year hiatus is back with a vengeance. Packing an arsenal of new music — and a few surprises forthcoming — Seasons After is ready to make some serious noise in 2014.

"So Long Goodbye," the lead single off of SA's upcoming album Calamity, Scars & Memoirs, and first offering since 2010's popular cover of G Tom Mac's "Cry Little Sister" and "Getting Even", is not only a testament to the band's resurgence into the hard rock circuit, but a stimulating taste of what the band has really been up to the past three years.

"A lot of bands go through the quote-unquote music business horror stories, which is basically what happened to us. But thankfully we were able to come out on the other side—and that is exactly what the whole album is about," says guitarist and founding member Chris Dawson.

"So Long Goodbye" is available now on iTunes.


Formed in Wichita in 2006, Seasons After found early success on Vans Warped Tour, Taste of Chaos, and Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival—sharing the stage and touring with Avenged Sevenfold, Disturbed, Stone Sour, Halestorm, Godsmack, Marilyn Manson, Slayer, Chevelle, Sevendust, Papa Roach, Bullet For My Valentine, Five Finger Death Punch, Seether, Three Days Grace, and more.

The band's first label release, Through Tomorrow, was well received by both domestic and international audiences with the lead single "Cry Little Sister" peaking at No. 13 on the Active Rock Charts and making its way into rotation on MTV, Vh1, and Spike. SA's sophomore single "Getting Even" earned the band a second Top 50 single, making SA one of the most requested artists in active rock.

Seasons After amicably parted ways with original front man Chris Shlichting in 2010, who was replaced by Texas-born hard rock and metal vocalist Tony Housh. SA's current lineup consists of founding member Chris Dawson (guitar), Tim Rails (drums), Housh (vox), James Beattie (guitar), and the most recent addition, Jesse Saint on bass.

Currently in post-production mode for Calamity, Scars & Memoirs, Seasons After fans will be happy to know that the band has several major announcements in the works, including the record release date and a highly anticipated live performance schedule.

"The plan right now is to make as much noise as we can," says Dawson. "After everything that has happened, we're all still brothers."

Fans can currently request "So Long Goodbye" on Sirius XM radio and their local hard rock radio stations!
Gears
Gears
Miami based hard/heavy rock act GEARS isn’t your average start-up garage band. Despite being confronted with a near disastrous setback at the cusp of their debut, headlining tour, jarring line-up changes, and financial challenges, the band has persevered and rebuilt.
Founded in February 2014, Trip 6 (Urban Rebel), Eli Parker (Endo), Tommy Herres (SCARLET CARSON) and Jimmy Wooten (SKINMASK) were all looking for new projects as their old ones had run their course.
We all wanted to do something more modern, but still rang true to our influences. Something that we could aggressively market and tour on. So, we all met up in Miami after months of talking about doing something together and what came out was the first EP, "Set in Motion."
They released Set in Motion in May 2014, immediately launching into their first headline run with support from I-Exist. Just three days into the tour, their equipment trailer disconnected, resulting in a massive, horrific accident; not only did they lose their gear, but the tour van was totaled and the band members sustained serious injury. In spite of this tremendous blow, the group endured and continued the tour without missing a beat.
Later it developed that two of the founding members were unable to continue, leaving the band reeling and having to replace them with skilled, compatible substitutes:
I was talking with a mutual friend, Joe Taback (12 Gauge Embrace) about needing a guitar player for GEARS because we let go of Eli and he suggested Bobby Thomas. I called him and showed him the songs and he was ready to go. As far as bass, I knew Chris from when Needlemouth was a thing out in Cali and I always liked his playing and he was super laid back & cool. I knew both of these dudes were definite upgrades at their instruments and were a better fit personality wise than what we had to deal with previously.
In June 2015, Wooten and Six teamed with Corey Lowery (Saint Asonia, Stuck Mojo, Stereomud, Dark New Day) and Troy Mclawhorn (Evanescence, Seether, Dark New Day) on their new EP Pride Comes Before the Fall, and announced the addition of new members Bobby Thomas and Chris Dorame. They hit the road for their Riser Tour, once again with I-Exist, in July, wrapping up the run in September, but kept the momentum going with the digital release and lyric video for their debut single off of Pride Comes Before the Fall, “Face Down”. The band rounded out the year with the release of their much anticipated sophomore EP on November 10th, with a tour anticipated in January 2016.
We're still moving forward and, despite everything that has been an obstacle in the short time we've been a band, everything still keeps growing and getting better.
Venue Information:
Pub Station
2502 1st Ave. N
Billings, MT, 59101
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