kcproductionslive & Black star entmt presents
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kcproductionslive & Black star entmt presents

  • Venue:Aftershock
  • Date:Friday May 31, 2019
  • Doors:6:30 PM
  • Age:All Ages / Minor Upcharge at Door
  • Prices: ADV   $20.00 DOOR
Wayland big riffs, great songs and awesome guys.- Revelator Show
All told WAYLAND has struck gold with their debut. If FM and/or SiriusXM radio doesn't jump all over these guys, then whoever is in charge of programming is fucked in the squash upstairs. -Amps & Green Screens
WAYLAND manages to avoid the cliches while delivering solid rock anthems that are tailor-made for arenas and summer festivals.- Amps & Green Screens
In a time of meaningless lyrical content, I think that Wayland offers something different, something that people will feel. - AntiHero Magazine
Being both radio friendly and completely uncompromising is no easy task, yet Wayland have mastered it.- Brave Words
Vocalist Mitch Arnold - who's in the same league as Myles Kennedy, guitarist Phillip Vilenski, bassist Dean Pizzazz, and aforementioned drummer Nigel Dupree combine their wondrous talents to create the next chapter in great rock ‘n' roll. - Brave Words
There are moments of almost orgasmic brilliance on this album, and then there are no fillers. - Independent Music News 24
Vibrant and varied, "Rinse & Repeat" …will be adored by all those who remember a time when ROCK was much more than a just a genre, or simply a four letter word to attach three chords to!- Independent Music News 24
The bass is so slick that it's like an oil spill- Madness To Creation
Wayland is leading the charge in the revival of rock music.- Madness To Creation
In the end, this is one of the most amazing debut records in a long, long time. Not one song sounds anything like another one. Each has it's own identity and shows the band going down numerous different musical avenues. Wayland can play literally any type of rock music and Rinse & Repeat is prime example of this.- The Front Row Report
Big things are coming from this nonstop touring "band of gypsies", and you'll definitely want to check them out when the band stops in your town in the future.- Anti Hero Magazine
WAYLAND is returning back to their roots, literally, with their new take on rootsy rock n' roll…
as they are defining their sound, their image, and their future as a band with more divine clarity than ever.
It's easy to hear the southern influence and riff driven story telling reminiscent of The Black Crowes, four part harmonies that makes one miss the Eagles, the groovy jamming of Tom Petty and the blues influenced, screaming guitars of Led Zeppelin, even when they are casually jamming in the back lounge of their tour bus.
Over 300 days a year on a bus and a touring schedule rivaled by no one, they have been lazily labeled the "hardest working band in rock and roll," but this band is anything but deserving of cliche branding.