Metal Fest X, Harlette, The Billy Moon Project, Wild  Side, Ashbury, Push, Broken

Local Love Presents

Metal Fest X

Harlette

The Billy Moon Project

Wild Side

Ashbury

Push

Broken

Mar 31 Fri

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

The Rialto Theatre

$5.00 - $8.00

This event is all ages

General Admission

Ashbury
Ashbury is Tucson's #1 selling Rock Band worldwide. Veterans of the AAA club circuit, performing throughout the southwest, Ashbury was founded in 1980 in Tucson, AZ. Randy Davis and Rob Davis performed an acoustic/electric 2 piece show—added drummer Dave Carpenter, guitarist Lee Smith, Noal Morris (bass) came in from Oklahoma and Ashbury was born, debuting at Tucson's "The Night Train". In January, 1983 Randy Davis, Rob Davis and Johnny Ray went into Westwood studio in Tucson and recorded their signature album "Endless Skies", which became an American and European cult favorite, and now it is a highly sought after collector's item—fetching upwards of $300. 00 on ebay. Today Ashbury is a studio band consisting of its founding members—Randy and Rob Davis.

Ashbury performances in Tucson are becoming increasingly rare as they are usually scheduled to play in Metal festivals in the US and overseas. DON'T MISS THIS SHOW!
Broken
Bio: Broken is a compilation of excellent, young, alternative rock musicians fronted by amazing lead vocalist and American Idol standout, Dani Morelos based in Huntington Beach, CA. The members have headlined many, major venues (Whisky, Glass House, Chain Reaction, House of Blues, etc) and bring a very unique, high energy show to the stage. Their recent original "Breaking Away" is getting ALOT of attention. Another interesting aspect of this 4 piece band is that the musicians are multi talented; each plays multiple instruments, sings vocals, and collaborates on the original songs. Although Broken has its own distinctive style and sound, the band is influenced by bands like, Flyleaf, Evanescence, Halestorm, New Years Day and others.

When you go to see a Broken show you will not just be attending a concert- not even close- it will be an EXPERIENCE. There is a lot of buzz about this band. Make sure you see them LIVE!