Modern Day Mutiny - Agitate the Airwaves 6 Year Anniversary Concert
With perfomances by:
DeGenerate (Emo/Pop-Punk/Hip-Hop Fusion) - Your mom's house Deezymann (Alternative Hip-Hop) - St. Louis, MO or Antartica
Additional performances by:
A Living Hell (Punk/Pop-Punk/Emo/Rock) - St. Louis. MO Augmented Hearts (Emo/Pop-Punk/Alternative) - St. Louis, MO Number One Sons (Pop mf Punk!) - St. Louis, MO Saint Shane (Rap) - St. Charles (yeah you read that right)
Saturday, June 3, 2023
Diamond Music Hall - 4109 N Cloverleaf Dr, St Peters, MO 63376
Tickets starting at $15 for General Admission ($20 Day of Show) (VIP Packages Available)
From the heart of the Midwest, Steady Flow delivers a unique style of powerful funk music like you’ve never heard it before. Formed in 2012 by 18 year old, soul guitarist extraordinaire, Tanner Brown, and his older brother, Ky “Goonie-Mom” Brown on bass guitar, the group has now transformed into a six-piece funk-powerhouse, quickly claiming their spot as one of the best live acts around.
In the group’s short existence, Steady Flow has taken on festivals such as North Coast, Summer Camp, Phases of the Moon, and many more. The band is constantly turning heads at every performance as their hard hitting Funk Rock compositions shake the room and force all audiences to dance, rage, & simply feel good!
Steady Flow released their first EP, “The Oneoff Sessions” in 2013, and their debut album, “Loud.” in June 2015. The band releases their upcoming full-length album, “Do You Like That?” on April 21st, 2017. Do not miss a live show near you. Steady Flow is “The Future Of Funk.”
Women Empowerment Concert Series (Gabbii Jones single release) Feat. Shai Lynn and Jai Ktchnz
SteelHeart’s self titled debut album ‘SteelHeart’ was released in 1990, bringing them almost immediate commercial success, with critics comparing their forceful hard rock sound to Led Zeppelin’s. Since then, Miljenko and band-mates have showcased their broad influences and the raw strength of his vocals; their sound drawing comparisons to hard rock and pop metal greats like Ratt and Whitesnake. The original line up included Miljenko Matijevic (Vox, Guitar, Piano), Chris Risola (Guitar), Frank Di Costanzo (Guitar), James Ward (Bass), and John Fowler (Drums). The guys found themselves hitting the big time as their first album reached #40 on the Billboard 200 chart in 1990, the band’s fan-base growing swiftly around the world. “SteelHeart” sold 33,000 albums on its first day in Japan alone. Before long, the album hit platinum – and its power ballad, “She’s Gone,” hit #1 on the international charts, staying there 17 weeks. The second single, “I’ll Never Let You Go (Angel Eyes)” reached #14 on the Billboard charts. Another song, “Can’t Stop Me Loving’ You” further showcased Miljenko’s vocal range, but this time, Risola’s lead guitar skills were also noticed.
SteelHeart’s next effort album-wise, “Tangled In Reins,” released July 10, 1992, had a more mixed eclectic song style. With heavy hitting, hard driving songs like “Loaded Mutha”, “SteelHeart”, “Electric Love Child”, and fun loving “Sticky Side Up,” to tear jerking ballads such as “Mama Don’t You Cry.” to name a few. The song, “SteelHeart” featured Miljenko hitting the highest note of his song catalogue. While the ballad “Mama Don’t You Cry” charted #1 in many East Asian Countries, including Hong Kong, prompting their live unplugged performance in Hong Kong followed by an extensive unplugged tour of Asia in September, 1992. The album did not reap the same commercial success as StealHeart’s debut album, reaching only #144 on Billboard charts, signaling the grunge-sound invasion was starting to take force in the music business.
Miljenko played a huge part in the ROCK STAR (2001) movie by lending his voice to Mark Wahlberg’s character Chris Cole in a Steel Dragon cover band and later as his alter ego Chris “Iggy” Cole of Steel Dragon.
Come celebrate one of rocks greatest drummers. Michael Mesey of Chuck Berry and Head East fame. Bringing a show unlike no other as his new band REO 2 featuring REO Speedwagons original singer Terry Luttrell. With special guest Steve Scorfina of REO and Pavlov's Dog fame and Rock Nation a tribute to Montrose.