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Caliber Theory, Never Your Zero, Ron Bultongez: The American Experience

Sat, September 16, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 12:00 am)

$10.00

This event is all ages

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Music that blurs the line between nostalgia and modern art, leaving the listener with a sound that is familiar but also NEW and ADDICTIVE.
Caliber Theory
Caliber Theory
Caliber Theory is a melodic rock band out of Rowlett, Texas.
Matthew Cox rhythm guitar started the vision of Caliber Theory around 2008. As he paired with Justin Pruett (drummer) formerly of "Hopeless Romantica" and "Alexa Reigns" they soon began jamming and recruited Andrew Fox (Lead Guitar) the trio harnessed their craft writing and pushing each other to create a sound infused by their various influences, as most bands do. Breaking Benjamin, Killswitch Engage, Chevelle, Memphis May fire, Atryeu, Mudvayne, Slipknot, Incubus, and even REO speed wagon and Journey.

After months and years even John Nunez formerly of "Kaustic" joined the fray on bass to blend a unique jazz influenced power groove sound.
Lastly the vocal piece was found after several missed opportunities with others Jared Bishop formerly of Dallas powerhouse "Shund" auditioned and Caliber Theory was whole.

The five feverishly began writing and headed straight to the Studio. Produced by Jason Schauer at "Sound Haven Studio" CT had their first demo CD. Ryan Ray of "Adakian" over saw the singing portion of the demo, and it was Mixed by Travis Wyrick out of Tennessee. Wyrick had produced such major acts as P.O.D., Red, 10 years, Flyleaf, and Pillar.

CT currently is gigging all over the DFW metroplex being featured at Curtain Club, Trees, Rail Club, and Clicks in Tyler.
Their Demo is in heavy rotation on many internet radio stations such as Krave Radio, 81x, 365 radio, and Q102.
You can find their music for purchase and listening pleasure on iTunes, Google, Spotify, CdBaby, Reverbnation, and many more.
Their hit single "Waking Up" has recently had a video shot for it that can be searched on YouTube simply Caliber Theory Waking Up.

CT doesn't have fans they have family that have dubbed them selves The CT Nation.
Their shows are highly energetic and include tons of crowd interaction.
Never Your Zero
Never Your Zero
Since their inception, Never Your Zero has established themselves as a band hell-bent on scratching their way out from underneath their metropolitan underpinnings of Dallas, TX. Never Your Zero has built a solid foundation of dynamic modern rock that could catapult the band to the top of the hard rock scene.

Frontman Christopher Roberts is one of Never Your Zero's most potent musical weapons with a versatility that allows him to shift from guttural screams to a haunting melodic chorus in an instant. Roberts is backed by an insanely tight rhythm section in drummer Clay Wise and bassist Matthew Gene, who power Never Your Zero's powerful sonic soundscape.

Wise's drumming style sounds like the thunderous attack of Vinnie Paul, and then mixed with Gene's thick bass style, which is reminiscent of a young Jason Newsted. Never Your Zero guitarist Darren Wise layers on some razor-sharp guitar riffs that will stick inside your head after the music stops blasting out of your speakers.

Never Your Zero's explosive live show has earned them support slots for national hard rock veterans Sevendust, Pop Evil, Saliva, Shamen's Harvest, Powerman 5000, Buckcherry, and countless others.

Having recently signed with Nashville-based, The Label Group, the band is currently wrapping up their debut album at NRG Studios in Los Angeles with producer Jay Baumgardner (Evanescence, Papa Roach, Drowning Pool).

With a full tour of the United Stats planned for late 2016, Never Your Zero are on the verge of breaking through with not just a great sounding record, but a fresh and honest belief that through real hard work comes true reward.
Ron Bultongez: The American Experience
Ron Bultongez: The American Experience
Plano, TX based Singer/Songwriter Ron Bultongez is The American Experience. A little bit of pop, a little bit of blues, and a whole lot of soul.
Venue Information:
Trees
2709 Elm Street
Dallas, TX, 75226
http://treesdallas.com/