This Sunday Get Lost In Space
This Sunday evening it's yet another great show at The Mesa Theater. My friends, Season's After, Bridge to Grace, and Gears hit the stage. Getting Lost In Space can be a allot of fun.
Season's After is from Wichita Kansas. I was the Program Director for the local rock station T-95 for 7 years from 2004 to 2011. During that stretch, I got to witness first hand the rise of this band. If you think you don't know these guys, allow me to jog your memory. Any "The Lost Boys" movie fans out there? The song "Cry Little Sister" was a big hit from the movie soundtrack. Seasons After covered that tune and in 2010 became their first big hit.
Seasons After is one of those bands that still believe in the music. Living it, writing it, and playing it. The guys are road tested too. They've been on the Vans Warped Tour, Taste of Chaos, Rockstar Mayhem Festival, and opened for the likes of Avenged Sevenfold, Disturbed, Stone Sour, Halestorm, Godsmack, Manson, Slayer, Chevelle, Papa Roach, and many, many more.
Their latest album "Manifesto", released in 2016, has been getting rave reviews. It's a raw declaration of the bands' opinions and of how they've weathered the storm and come back with a vengeance. Guitarist Jimmy Beattie states, "This album was written with nothing but the truth in mind. It's about the unspoken realities that a lot of us live with, and some of the hard truths we all face at one time or another. The idea is to let listeners know that they are not alone and that someone understands. We can find each other in the dark."