This Friday, February 19, Chevelle takes the stage at Murat Theatre Center (Old National Centre) following their opening act Sick Puppies in an anticipated Indianapolis music event. The performance begins at 8:00 pm in Indianapolis downtown, near the Indianapolis cultural district called Mass Ave. Tickets for this Indianapolis event are only available at the Murat Theatre Centre’s box office. Don’t miss this hard rock extravaganza!
Chevelle is an American rock trio from Grayslake, Illinois. Originally, the band was formed by three brothers: Pete, Sam and Joe Loeffler. However, in 2005 Joe left the band and was replaced by his brother in law Dean Bernardini, keeping the music tradition in the family.Their name stems from the brothers’ shared love of fast cars. The Chevrolet Chevelle was their father’s favorite automobile, making their name a tribute to their dad.
With their alternative rock sound, they have found unbelievable success in the music world. Their first album Point #1 made them a national phenomenon. It garnered them multiple awards from the GMA Dove awards and was well received by Christian music website, The Phantom Tollbooth, and HM Magazine. Their follow up album Wonder What’s Next peaked at number fourteen on the United States Billboard 200 album chart. One song from the album, “Send the Pain Below,” eventually reached the number one spot on mainstream and modern rock charts. The album went platinum after is sold more than one million copies.
|Video: Music video for Chevelle, coming to the Murat Theatre Center, Indianapolis, Indiana|
Since then they have released three more albums: This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In), Vena Sera, and the most recent Sci-Fi Crimes. Of Sci-Fi Crimes Sam Loeffler said, “We have spent a lot of time making these songs something different from past records without losing the core of our passion. We are a hard rock, melodic band and it’s still what drives us as musicians.” Catch them at the Murat Theatre Center this Friday, February 19, after their opening act Sick Puppies.
Sick Puppies is an Australian band who successfully broke into the United States music scene. When founding members vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Shimon Moore and bassist Emma Anzai made this decision, their first step was to pick up and move to Los Angeles. After arriving at LAX, the pair settled into the scene and began to search for their drummer. They found Orange County native Mark Goodwin via Craig’s List.
Together the trio have lead a grueling tour life in the rock and roll fast lane. As they honed their chops on the road, they became a “finely tuned powerhouse ready to let loose with the anger, frustration and triumphs built up from all that road work.” Known for their incredibly aggressive musical style, the bands single “You’re Going Down” is currently being used as the theme song for WWE’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view broadcast. In addition their song “Street Fighter War” was selected as music for the popular video game Street Fighter IV.
There songs with titles like “Survive,” “I Hate You” and “So What I Lied” are characterized by jagged Nirvana-esque grunge with a dash of Rage Against the Machine. There latest release Tri-Polar has a more joyful focus than their previous work. The band feels convinced that their solid rock anthems will convince even the most jaded listener that “absolutely anything is possible.”
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Chevelle and Sick Puppies
Friday, February 19, 2010
Murat Theatre Centre (Old National)
502 N New Jersey St
Indianapolis, IN 46204