VENUE: Lord Fanch Presents:
Drivin Rain, Halt To Fire, Revelation Seven, Stokes Devereaux
3108 Locust St.
St. Louis, MO, 63103
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is all ages
DRIvIN' RAIN was formed in the winter of 1994 in Cape Girardeau Missouri. Since that time they have become one of the Midwest's favorite bands. Doing extensive touring throughout, Missouri, Minnesota, Illinois, Kansas, Iowa, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, Texas, and has sold albums world wide. They have built a large and loyal following of friends along the way! DRIvIN' RAIN has been featured on several TV music shows, web-zines, and national newspapers. Even receiving attention from overseas. DRIvIN' RAIN's song "A Law Against Me" has been featured on Mid-Coast Mania Tv Show. The band's song "2Y2K (Too Young To Kill)" was featured on the CITY OF ROSES ROCKS 2000 CD and the band has been heard on various radio stations around the Midwest. In 2001 DRIvIN' RAIN released the CD ~LIMITED~ It sold so quickly the band could not print them fast enough. They soon released another EP called "BLOW UP YOUR RADIO" that sold faster than the first. The band then put out the demo "LIVE & LIMITED" CD. It was recorded at POPS in St. Louis and features 11 tracks from the show, and two full color picture discs. In 2004 DRIvIN' RAIN unvailed their next full length CD "DRIvIN' RAIN". That CD spawned the radio hits "A Law Against Me", "Hellwater" and "Drivin' Rain". It received great reviews world wide for its raw hard rock sound. By 2005 DRIvIN' RAIN's "Hellwater" was released on the "CAPE SCENE vol 1" cd. And DRIvIN' RAIN appears on their first DVD along with Jim Dandy's Black Oak Arkansas, Rebel Train, and others. DRIvIN' RAIN was featured on yet another tv show when SoundScan aired the band live preforming Hellwater along with a video. The SoundScan dvd is also on sale now.
DRIvIN' RAIN is fronted by singer Timexx Nasty. Timexx is also the singer for ex-Scorpions drummer Herman Rarebell's band HERMAN ZE GERMAN
RevelationSeven is the collaborative efforts of Ron Williams, Chris Adams and Bret Beringer. Ron spent much of his life playing lead guitar for the cover bands Ballyhoo, Smash Alley and J.J.Unk across Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin before relocating to St. Louis. Vocalist/Bassist, Chris is a St. Louis native playing in various successful local bands-The Mix and Here Kitty, Kitty. Drummer, Bret also hails from St. Louis and played in bands G-Bomb and Relaxed Atmospher bringing a much appreciated thicker sound to the band.