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ROCKET SUMMER SLAYS AT EXIT IN NASHVILLE!



Bryce Avary is back on the road after a few year hiatus, and better than ever. I had seen The Rocket Summer a few years back in LA and was blown away by his live show, so was stoked when I got invited to see him play at his Zoetic tour stop in Nasvhille. Wasn't sure what to expect after hearing the new album "Zoetic", but it seems the brief hiatus was good for Bryce. His love of music shone brighter than ever as he slayed a 90 minute performance at Exit In.





Set list was as follows: So In This Hour, Cold War, Of Men and Angels, Do You Feel, Save, Circa 46, Same Air, Uni, Roses, Break It Out, Help Me Out, Brat Pack, FL/CA, Walls, Get Over It, Revival, and So Much Love. As you can see Bryce alternated between new and old songs, which kept the crowd on its feet singing along the whole night. There was an old school medley, where fans got to choose what they wanted to hear. The big winner that night was Never Knew, off one of his first albums. Bryce also performed Roses from in the crowd, much to the fans delight. Another highlight was the solo jam session, which featured Avary playing each instrument (drums, guitar, piano, and vocal).



A Rocket Summer show is a show like no other. Bryce is truly a performer through and through. He has an avid fanbase, that remind me of boybands. Only in this case, it's young adults (guys and girls) singing along to every word and enjoying the music. He is able to connect with the crowd, and touch people with inspirational songs they can relate to. His energy and enthusiasm is so infectious, you can't help but get swept up in it. If you have the chance to attend a Rocket Summer show I highly recommend it.  Words can only begin to explain what you have to see for yourself.

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