Hinder brings a fun and lively, evening to Lexington fans with No Resolve, Sakoya and Pedestryans
A great Tuesday evening crowd piled into Lexington’s Manchester Music Hall for an evening of straight laced, good time rock and roll. Hinder’s 19 date June US Tour (12 dates with No Resolve as the main support) was concentrated in the Midwest with more US dates covering the West Coast already announced.
The evening was a throwback of sorts as longtime fans were hoping to hear some of Hinder‘s biggest hits including “Lips of An Angel and “Get Stoned” and were treated to some newer songs along the way. On stage Marshal Dutton orchestrated a high energy “Party like” evening while constantly interacting with fans and taking selfies with folks at the barrier. One of the more poignant songs of the evening was “Bring Me Back to Live” which was introduced as a song about being uninspired and then finding your groove and finding inspiration.
All in all Hinder’s almost 90 minutes on stage in Lexington was a treat for fans fortunate to buy the ticket and go to the show and the guys seemed to have a blast as well – We will see you next time!
Providing the main support this evening was Detroit, Michigan based No Resolve. Performing a set of original songs along with a heavy dose of covers were newcomers to many Lexington fans and by the end of the set were firmly No Resolve fans. During their set the guys covered 2 Adele songs, “Set Fire To The Rains” and “Easy On Me” as well as a Garth Brooks cover of “The Thunder Rolls along with original songs “Hostage, Crossed The Line and Get Me Out”. Not every band can close out a set with a rocking version of a Disney song but No Resolve did as they closed out their time in Lexington with a Auliʻi Cravalho cover of “How Far I’ll Go”.
Opening the show this evening was Indianapolis, Indiana based rockers Sakoya who are performing in support of their newest single “King” which is available on all streaming platforms and alternative, blues infused rock band from the Bluegrass of Kentucky, Pedestryans.