It will be an evening of Renaissance Festival proportions as Blackmore’s Night delivers an evening of spirited music for their fans in New Jersey this evening. Don’t be tardy and do feel free to dress in the spirit of the group. It’s more fun that way.
The Musical Box will celebrate 50 Years Of Genesis and “Selling England By The Pound” with this show tonight.
Dee Snider of Twisted Sister will deliver a sure to be interesting set of tunes at The Wellmont. Support will come from Killcode.
Breaking Benjamin will deliver an acoustic set this evening.
Despite his rough exterior and angry bad boy attitude, Glenn Danzig put smiles on hundreds of faces at the Wellmont this past September. It goes without saying, but Danzig’s following gave the local hero a warm Jersey welcome as they anxiously stood wrapped around the block totaling enough metal studs and apparel to conquer a small city.
Touring in support of his newest release, “Black Laden Crown,” Glenn no doubt kept to his notorious high standards regarding opening acts. Another superstar tour paraded young(er) guns: Mutoid Man and Corrosion of Conformity. There was not a dull moment as both bands did their job by exciting the crowd and maxing out the enthusiasm.
Danzig made it to the venue just in time for his set, which he killed. Starting on the right foot with “SkinCarver,” the audience was captivated from the first growl and continued to display their moshing zeal right into the classic, “Twist of Cain”. “How the Gods Kill,” “Dirty Black Summer,” and “Last Ride” were all highlights of the show. There was no stopping the vehement shock of an innocent bystander each time a wild mosher piled into them. But with that being said, is there such a thing as an innocent Danzig fan? Doubtful. Rightfully so, the show went on just as expected, loud, energetic, and violent.
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