Saturday: Great White
Great White, Takes a bite out of Rock! Like the fearsome, deadly denizen of the deep that shares its name, Great White knows something about survival of the fittest. The Southern California blues-rock band first took a bite out of the rock scene in 1984 and has never let go. Great White has achieved worldwide success, encompassing sales of over six million records. They received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Hard Rock Performance for the song "Once Bitten, Twice Shy", and earned a double platinum certification for the album …Twice Shy. With the release of Can't Get There From Here, the group's first release from John Kalodner's label Portrait, Great White is poised to conquer once again.
...Holly Eddie Van Halen, this cherub rocks… That's the way an article about Alex Ivanov was titled in Orlando Weekly Magazine. Though Alex is only 13 years old he has played many biker parties and events - including Biketober Fest at Daytona Beach (for 5 years in a row) and many more. Alex is a student in middle school. There he plays in the Jazz Band. With a variety of styles, Alex is a accomplished musician.
Higway to Hell
AC/DC’S FAVORITE TRIBUTE BAND - HIGHWAY TO HELL is a must see Live where you will be blown away by the AUTHENTIC LOOK, SOUND, AND STAGE ANTICS OF AC/DC! You will be “Thunderstruck” as the band tears up the stage, they’ve played for Thousands in Myrtle Beach, Gasparilla festival, Bike Week and Biketoberfest at the Legendary Boot Hill Saloon Daytona, Thunder by the Bay, all the way to “Sin City”, and more!! This band is 100% authentic in look, sound, and gear right down to vintage clothing!
Kings of Awesome
A common definition of kingdom is "a realm dominated by one thing." Four metalheads are determined to dominate the local music scene this year and claim a realm of their own. They have a dozen pulse-pounding original songs and an arsenal of 40 hard rock, classic rock and metal covers, from MOUNTAIN's Mississippi Queen to OZZY's Over The Mountain.
Founded in November of 2005 Vocaldrop started with Sonny Whitehead. Sonny found Ryan Turrentine singing karaoke in a local bar and knew that Ryan's voice was perfect for the songs he had written. Ron Stepp was a drummer who had all but given up hope of finding a good Rock band to be a part of when Sonny was introduced to him. Rick Davis was the last member to join after he realized Vocal Drop was where his heart was. Join Vocal Drop Band as they put on a show you’ll never forget.