On Saturday September 23rd, the New England up-and-comers will headline at the world famous Whisky A Go-Go on Los Angeles's Sunset Strip. The show, hosted by KaoticRadio.com will also feature local bands Core 10 (featuring former Korn Drummer David Silveria), Killset, Dirty Machine and more! Tickets can be purchased at whiskyagogo.com
To celebrate, the Hard Rock 5 piece booked a show the night before, Friday September 22nd, at their home club The Chit Chat Lounge in Haverhill MA. That show, sponsored by BostonRockRadio.com, will feature a number of acoustic acts performing during a free BBQ buffet, provided by Hobbsies BBQ from 7-9pm, as well as a number of Hard Rock and Metal acts, to fill out the night. There will be a $5 cover, with a free promotional CD with entry (while supplies last). Scheduled to perform along with Resonate, are Tester, Beneath the Machine, Ryan Sawyer, Darren Hawe, Jeff Royds, and some very special guests TBA.
In a statement released via the band’s Facebook page, they had this to say:
"What would you do, if you were given the opportunity to play at one of the most iconic Rock clubs in the country? Link up with Boston Rock Radio the night before and party at home, 3,000 miles away, right? Well, that's what Resonate is doing. Because we're nuts.”
"Thank you all SO MUCH for all of your continud support! This opportunity is truly humbling, and we are breaking our backs, to make sure we take full advantage of it. We owe all of this, to YOU GUYS!! THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!! “
For more details: www.Resonatewithus.Live, www.facebook.com/resonatewithus
Event Page for Friday September 22nd at the Chit Chat
Event Page for Saturday September 23rd at the Whisky
Resonate will be making their Rhode Island debut on Saturday October 21st, at News Cafe in Pawtucket.
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