Scott Stapp (of Creed), Sick Puppies, Trapt
1807 Highway One
Dewey Beach, DE, 19971
Doors 9:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Sick Puppies don't do things halfway, they see the glass as not just half-full, but
brimming over with the kind of solid-rock anthems that'll remind even the most cynical
that absolutely anything is possible.
When the Australian band decided to break through in the U.S., founding
members, vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Shimon Moore and his high school classmate,
bassist Emma Anzai, simply picked up and moved lock, stock and guitar to L.A.,
advertised for a drummer on Craig's List, and were soon joined by Orange County
native Mark Goodwin.
The band's acclaimed sophomore release, Tri-Polar, has sold more
than 300,000 copies to date and includes four top 10 Rock tracks "Maybe", "Odd One",
"You're Going Down", and their latest "Riptide" which has steered the way to
appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Lopez Tonight.
To this date Sick Puppies have shared stages with the likes of Nickelback,
Seether, Shindeown, Breaking Benjamin, Evanescence, Deftones, Velvet Revolver, and
many more. Together they've created a sound that reflects the past whirlwind years
spent in the rock and roll fast lane, on the grueling tour grind, honing their chops until
they are a finely tuned powerhouse ready to let loose with the anger, frustration and
Alternative Rock (Modern Rock) from Los Gatos, California (USA).
Trapt formed in 1995. The members of Trapt met in high school during the mid-1990's