Date(s) - Sun, August 20
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21+ / $10
Support bands TBA
Forming in the early 90’s, EVERY MOTHER’S NIGHTMARE is no stranger to the music scene. After quickly arriving on the Memphis rock scene, word spread about their energy-packed live performances gaining them the attention of Clive Davis (Arista Records). After signing with Arista, EVERY MOTHER’S NIGHTMARE became staples on MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball with their music videos for “Walls Come Down”, “Love Can Make You Blind”, and “House of Pain”.
EVERY MOTHER’S NIGHTMARE received a great deal of national press and toured, promoting the first two albums, allowing them the chance to open for bands such as Cheap Trick and Dream Theater. They performed many headlining shows, drawing in large crowds and selling out venues. EVERY MOTHER’S NIGHTMARE has been featured in hundreds of hard rock magazines both nationally and internationally like Metal Edge as well as appearing on shows like the Joan Rivers’ talk show.
EVERY MOTHER’S NIGHTMARE is releasing their highly anticipated full-length album titled ‘Grind’. ‘Grind’ includes “Loco Crazy” which features a guest appearance by Zach Myers of Shinedown on guitar with a companion video. The project also features appearances by Jim Dandy (The Jim Dandy) guest vocals on ‘Stand Up’, and Wayne Swinny (Saliva) guitar on ‘Snake’.
‘GRIND’ the full-length is set for release on October 6, 2017.
Rick Ruhl – Vocals
John Guttery – Lead Guitar
Troy Fleming – Bass
Lonnie Hammer – Drums
Travis Butler – Lead Guitar
1990 – Every Mother’s Nightmare (Arista)
1993 – Wake Up Screaming (Arista)
2000 – Smokin Delta Voodoo (Perris)
2001 – Back Traxx (Perris)
2002 – Deeper Shade of Grey (Perris)
2015 – Grind – EP (EMN Records)
2017 – Grind [Enhanced Full-Length] (HighVolMusic)
2002 – Live Songs from Somewhere (Perris)
1990 Every Mother’s Nightmare The Billboard 200 No. 146
1993 Wake Up Screaming Heatseekers No. 37
1990 Love Can Make You Blind Mainstream Rock Tracks No. 22
1990 – “Walls Come Down” (Arista)
1990 – “Love Can Make You Blind” (Arista)
1993 – “House of Pain” (Arista