Burning Red, Silent Theory

Thu · June 7, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$18.00 - $22.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

Saliva is an American hard rock/ nü metal band formed in Memphis, Tennessee in September 1996.
Burning Red
Burning Red
Burning Red is the international high-energy Rock trio founded by twins siblings Michael and Denise Gavrizescu and joined by Jason Kaplan on drums, based in Los Angeles, California in the United States. Their music brings several genres together by mixing modern rock, 80’s rock, pop structure, and metal. Burning Red's chemistry and stage presence is unlike any average band. Audience members have considered the band to be even more engaging and energetic than their recordings, putting on a great stage show and getting the crowd very involved with the experience.
Burning Red has since written and recorded their debut self-titled five-track EP published under Fanoti Productions in December 2015.
Throughout the years, Burning Red has made a name for themselves throughout the United States, as well as in Asian countries including Japan, China, and the Philippines. the band has been recognized internationally by the Asia World Class Excellence Awards in 2016 as the "Best New Hard Rock Band".
With their passionate drive catapulting ahead, Burning Red is determined to take their innovative new style around the world for all to hear, and gain a reputation as a very powerful live band.
Silent Theory
Silent Theory
In a society where new bands pop up every day, Silent Theory is here to set a new standard. Silent Theory was created in 2010 by brothers Mitch, Scott, and George Swanger and family friend Robert James. In 2014, Dakota Elliot Tyler joined to front the band. The Swanger brothers are from the Moscow, Idaho area, where they grew up playing music together. Dakota and Robert are from the western Washington area, where they grew up doing the same.

Lead singer Dakota says the guys are “like family” and they’ve made a great bond. Despite a portion of the group being brothers, they say it really makes the creativity flow having band members who aren’t related. From the beginning, the band has wanted to make music people can relate to. They want their fans to love their songs even more, every time they hear them.

The group started their journey playing small local shows to get their name out and their music heard. The band gained popularity and started playing bigger shows in the Seattle/Tacoma area, Spokane, Washington, and Coeur D’ Alene, Idaho. The band also got the opportunity for a much bigger show, the South-By-Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas where they played with bands like Metallica, Shiny Toy Guns, The Proclaimers and more. 2010 was a year of achievements for the band. The group made an appearance on MTV Cribs, where they performed their single “Livin’ the Dream,” headlined the world famous “Whisky A Go-Go” in Los Angeles, California, and signed their first record deal with Turkey Vulture Records. By June 2011, the band was headed to Rockford, Illinois to record their full-length debut album, “Black Tie Affair,” which was released in October of 2011. In celebration of their album release, the band played the first ever sold out show in the history of the BellTower Concert House in Pullman, Washington. After the release of “Black Tie Affair” the band toured the nation in the summer of 2012 to promote the album and the single, “Livin’ the Dream” which was made available on the video game Rock Band. Recently, Silent Theory recently released several new songs including; “Outta My Head” in 2013, and their most recent single and music video, “Fragile Minds.” Their sophomore album, “Delusions” was released September 10th, 2016.

Through the years, Silent Theory has always had one constant goal in mind: To always be striving to better themselves. Despite challenges along the way, the band says “playing together has always kept us motivated, we’re all up there because we love it.” The band has plenty on their plate in the upcoming months and they’re ready to see what the future holds.
Venue Information:
Mesa Theater
538 Main St
Grand Junction, CO, 81501