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twenty | one | pilots

The Rocketboys, Coyote Theory

Thu, November 29, 2012

6:00 pm

The Social

$10.00

This event is all ages

All lineups and times subject to change

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Ticket Limit - 4 ticket limit for this event per household, customer, credit card number and email address. Patrons who exceed the ticket limit will have their order cancelled automatically and without notice.

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twenty | one | pilots
twenty | one | pilots
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The Rocketboys
The Rocketboys
On their previous recordings, “20,000 Ghosts” and “Wellwisher,” The Rocketboys perfectly married themes of unity and brotherhood with rich, soaring rock, lifting the band to national critical acclaim. The band supported its releases with lengthy tours and multiple festival appearances but inevitably the rigors of the road took their toll, eventually rupturing the band’s momentum in the winter of 2010-11. Three members of the sextet of college friends from Abilene, Texas left to focus on other endeavors, and the split nearly ended the band.

The resulting hiatus did have its upside, allowing front-man Brandon Kinder a window both to release a solo EP (under the name “The Wealthy West”) and to pen the theme song for The Discovery Channel’s new hit show “Bering Sea Gold.” However, in the end, the three remaining members (Kinder, keyboardist Justin Wiseman, and bassist Josh Campbell) agreed they weren’t at peace letting The Rocketboys cease to exist.

The initial hurdles of rebuilding, though difficult and disheartening, began to give way to new-found inspiration. Though the song-writing process drastically changed as a result of the reduced lineup, with less cooks in the kitchen, a more broad, dynamic range of ideas and visions fermented and flourished. The end result and forthcoming album is “Build Anyway”. Recorded in their home studio and mixed by CJ Eiriksson (U2, Live, Phish), the album chronicles the emotions that surface through the brokenness in abandonment to the search for peace and closure, both personally and musically.

Build Anyway is set for June 5th release.

“What you spend years building, someone could destroy overnight; Build anyway.”
- Kent Keith (made famous by Mother Teresa)
Coyote Theory
Coyote Theory
Coyote Theory is a rapidly growing Jazz-Pop band from Orlando, FL, that not only is being hailed for their unique sound by fans, but by fellow musicians as well.
Venue Information:
The Social
54 North Orange Ave
Orlando, FL, 32801
http://www.thesocial.org/