Thousands rock out despite rain fall~

(Article & Photos by Andy Evinger)
Despite the afternoon rain, thousands came out to the Woods at Fontanel Sunday for the Rock Allegiance Tour.

Hometown boys Red took the stage as some of the first drops started to fall. Each band had only 30 minutes to show what they had, so they didn’t waste anytime crushing their fans with riff after riff and big melodic hooks reminding everyone that Nashville breeds all kinds of music.

POD took the stage next and immediately started in with hits from “Boom” to “Youth of a Nation” and “Southtown” (the song that put them on the map). POD did not let up from the moment they took the stage until they walked off.

As the sun went down and the lights on stage came up, Puddle of Mudd took the stage keeping the crowd energized with their raw style and rock and roll attitude. The band covered everything form Rolling Stones tunes to their own hits such as, “She Hates Me” and “Blurry.”

The rain started to come down as Papa Roach came out, but they continued to keep the pace up playing all of their hits old and new. The band announced that once the tour ends they are going to hide out until they finish with their new record.

Buckcherry took the stage last and despite the downpour they gave an energetic performance, proving why they are one of rocks most exciting bands to see live. Playing “Crazy Bitch” and “Lit Up” were just a few of the hits that the band unloaded on the fans to close out a somewhat rare, but always welcomed night here in Nashville.


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