Tyler Bryant and The Shakedown & Clutch @ Franklin Music Hall in Philadelphia, PA

Review & Photography by: Kristen Zarra

On October 28th, Clutch to played at Franklin Music Hall (formerly known as the Electric Factory) in Philadelphia, Pa.  Fans began to line up eager to enter to experience the live music that was to come.  Tyler Bryant and The Shakedown opened the show with a bluesy-rock sound.  Their stage presence kicked off the night and got the crowd energized. Next up was Sevendust.  Fans of all ages cheered as the band took the stage.  Sevendust put on a great set and everyone sang along and just enjoyed the music.

Throughout the night, the venue became packed from the stage to the back, as well as the top balcony waiting for the main event: Clutch. Once Clutch took the stage, the fans roared and cheered with excitement. Neil, their lead singer always comes out with high energy and moves around the stage engaging fans throughout their set.  Their fast-paced rock music keeps the energy level high all night.  They played a mix of old favorites and new songs off their latest album, Book of Bad Decisions. Regardless of which songs they played, the fans enjoyed every moment of the show.

 

Clutch:

FB: facebook.com/Clutchband

Instagram: ClutchOfficial

Twitter: ClutchOfficial

 

Tyler Bryant and The Shakedown:

FB: facebook.com/tylerbryantandtheshakedown

Instagram: tbshakedown

Twitter: tbshakedown

 

 

 

 

Written by Veracious Magazine

Veracious is a quarterly online and print music magazine based out of San Francisco, California in the United States of America. This publication has a team over thirty-five members in six different countries right now giving you the latest information of festivals, bands, tours, and an inside scoop of behind the scenes crew to make your favorite artists shine onstage.

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