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🟣COLLECTIVE SOUL: 8:00PM
🔵 Featured Food & Beverage
🔶‘The Wings I Know’ House Cherry Wood Smoked Wings, Pepper Bacon Dipping Sauce
🔹"Shine" - Benvolio Prosecco & Blood Orange
🔹"Where the River Flows" - Ketel One, Lemonade, Blue Curacao, Sprite, Butterfly Flower & Red Sugar Rim
🔹Modelo Michelada House mixed chili-mango Chamoy & Tajin Rim
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🟣 Bag Policy Is in Effect
Multi-Platinum Atlanta rockers COLLECTIVE SOUL – Ed Roland (vocals/guitar), Dean Roland (rhythm guitar), Jesse Triplett (lead guitar/background vocals), Will Turpin (bass/background vocals), and Johnny Rabb (drums/background vocals) – come to City National Grove of Anaheim, Thursday, January 26, 2023.
It’s probably (well, definitely) somewhat of an understatement to say COLLECTIVE SOUL frontman and chief songwriter Ed Roland is unwaveringly driven in his desire to double down on doing more of what he does best — making music, sweet music, both in the studio and onstage.
“People ask me if I have a hobby, but for me, it’s just music,” Roland confirms. “I mean, I don’t know what else to do, because that’s what I love to do. I live in the studio — but then the time comes when I go, ‘Well, now I wanna go play live.’ I just love the creation of music, and the process of finding out what’s gonna happen with it next. That kinda defines it all for me.”
COLLECTIVE SOUL’s critically acclaimed 11th studio album, VIBRATING, was released August 12 on their label, Fuzze-Flex Records via AMPED Distribution, on CD, vinyl and digital formats everywhere music is sold. VIBRATING sends the band’s artistic spirit into the next stratosphere. All 10 songs positively pulsate with the boundless energy that has been COLLECTIVE SOUL’s aural calling card for over three decades. From the propulsively gnarly kiss-off of “Cut the Cord” to the reflective midtempo jangle of “Take” to the heart-wrenching reality check of “Rule No. 1” — replete with a soaring string section, no less! — to the choir-backed emotional crossroads of “Where Do I Go,” VIBRATING contains 42 minutes of irrefutable sonic evidence of a band wholly uninterested in sitting still.