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Stone Sour bring their classic sound to Little Rock, with ’68 and Palaye Royale

Legendary rock band Stone Sour played in Little Rock, Ark. on Friday May 11, 2018 at the Metroplex Live, and brought with them two of the most refreshing bands in new music at the moment.

Atlanta based duo ’68 packs enough punch to fill a room and make it feel like you’re watching a full five-piece band. It’s orchestrated chaos that will blow anyone watching away! Keeping appearance’s classy with a sleek black suit and tie, both Nikko Yamada (drums) and Josh Scogin (vocals/guitar) go absolutely nuts on their respective instruments, which led to an audience that just couldn’t get enough.

Palaye Royale was next to perform, and if you haven’t heard of them by now, you HAVE to be living under a rock. From gracing the cover of Alternative Press and Rock Sound to touring nonstop for two years straight, these guys have and are literally doing it all. With an overabundance of energy in each show they play, their bluesy punk influenced music is the perfect combination to provide fans with quite possibly the most exciting concert experience ever. It’s also so rare to find a band who takes the time both after their set and the show in general to meet every fan show that they genuinely care.

’68

Of course, the headliner of the night was the one and only Stone Sour! It is so surreal actually seeing this band perform. These are some of the most talented musicians in the world, and to be in the same room as them watching them in their element is an almost magical experience that you have to experience when you get the opportunity to do so. From “Absolute Zero” to “Bother” to “Through Glass,” the diversity in their setlist of songs is perfect.

Overall, this night was absolutely one to remember and all three of these bands are some that you will be hearing about for a long, long time!

Stone Sour

Stone Sour

Stone Sour

Stone Sour

Stone Sour

Stone Sour

Stone Sour

Stone Sour

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

’68

’68

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Dominique Benedict
Dominique Benedict is a photographer based out of Arkansas. You can see more of her work on Instagram at @dominiquesphoto.

Stone Sour bring their classic sound to Little Rock, with ’68 and Palaye Royale

Legendary rock band Stone Sour played in Little Rock, Ark. on Friday May 11, 2018 at the Metroplex Live, and brought with them two of the most refreshing bands in new music at the moment.

Atlanta based duo ’68 packs enough punch to fill a room and make it feel like you’re watching a full five-piece band. It’s orchestrated chaos that will blow anyone watching away! Keeping appearance’s classy with a sleek black suit and tie, both Nikko Yamada (drums) and Josh Scogin (vocals/guitar) go absolutely nuts on their respective instruments, which led to an audience that just couldn’t get enough.

Palaye Royale was next to perform, and if you haven’t heard of them by now, you HAVE to be living under a rock. From gracing the cover of Alternative Press and Rock Sound to touring nonstop for two years straight, these guys have and are literally doing it all. With an overabundance of energy in each show they play, their bluesy punk influenced music is the perfect combination to provide fans with quite possibly the most exciting concert experience ever. It’s also so rare to find a band who takes the time both after their set and the show in general to meet every fan show that they genuinely care.

’68

Of course, the headliner of the night was the one and only Stone Sour! It is so surreal actually seeing this band perform. These are some of the most talented musicians in the world, and to be in the same room as them watching them in their element is an almost magical experience that you have to experience when you get the opportunity to do so. From “Absolute Zero” to “Bother” to “Through Glass,” the diversity in their setlist of songs is perfect.

Overall, this night was absolutely one to remember and all three of these bands are some that you will be hearing about for a long, long time!

Stone Sour

Stone Sour

Stone Sour

Stone Sour

Stone Sour

Stone Sour

Stone Sour

Stone Sour

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

’68

’68

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

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