THE KOLLECTIVE PRESENTS
Ending Ali, Yesnomaybe, The Saving Point, Red Light Go, The Semester Review
105 W. Main Street
Mesa, AZ, 85201
6:00 PM (event ends at 12:00 AM)
Watch & Listen
Hello Highway is the solo-project of Daniel Sumstine who is based in San Diego, California. As a multi-instrumentalist, Sumstine wrote and recorded each of the songs on his newest EP "Timeless." The EP's release charted in the top 100 on iTunes Alternative charts independently and quickly gathered attention shortly after.
Ending Ali is a 4-piece pop-punk band located in Tempe Arizona. Ending Ali strives to create music that is both captivating and enjoyable to listen to. The high energy and fast pace progression of their songs make it easy to dance to. This Arizona band strives to be the best band they can be and constantly listens to their fans to help their selves improve. Ending Ali consist of Dominique Cheeks, Bree Cole, Tyler Read, and Jeremiah Smith. Dominique Cheeks is currently studying audio engineering at the Tempe Conservatory. Dominique Cheeks has been playing drums since a child and plays regularly for his local church. Bree Cole plays guitar and does back up vocals for the band Ending Ali. She has been a musician for a long time mastering each style of music. Capable of playing every genre, her voice and style of guitar playing meshes well with the band introducing a unique sound that brands Ending Ali for the band that they are. Tyler Read is a student at Arizona State University who is currently studying Computer Science in the Ira School of Engineering. He has been singing for as long as he can remember and started taking professional voice lessons for more than two years now. Jeremiah Smith is the son of a music director for the Catholic Schools in Arizona. He currently is enrolled in a college-preparatory school and has been mastering bass since he was young. Ending Ali has now performed all over Arizona including venues such as, The Marquee Theatre, The Clubhouse, The Nile Theater, Rocky Point Cantina, The Underground, The Plantation, and many others! Ending Ali is passionate and pursues music for all ages to enjoy.
Mason Westfall first started jamming with Kenny Harmon for fun in the summer of 2011. Weeks later, Mason met Kyle Slattery at a party and the two instantly clicked over their mutual fondness for punk rock music. Mason decided to bring the trio together and started writing some of their first songs such as "Flicker" and "Burning Suburbs". A couple months later, Kenny recommended James Pope as a potential bassist who was the perfect fit to form the permanent line-up. Yesnomaybe is the next wave of punk rock music. From their hilarious stage antics to their technically proficient studio work, these are four guys who want to make a name in the local and national scene. Stay tuned!
The Saving Point
Hailing from Phoenix, AZ, The Saving Pointe has one mission: to put a smile on your face. While delving into both the light and dark corners of alternative pop, the four members pride themselves on honesty and positive attitudes. The catchy choruses are sure to bring you in and the quirky videos and energetic live shows will beg you to stay.
The Saving Pointe's new full-length album "Sunny Days & Starry Nights" is available now on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon MP3!
The Semester Review
The Semester Review is a 3 piece pop punk band from Chandler, AZ.
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