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Jack’s Patio Bar sees tons of new talent deep in the Heart of Texas



The weather flipped-flopped from tornado warnings to perfect weather, but regardless of the outside, inside Jack’s Patio Bar the weather was perfect for some seriously talented band to hit the stage. Get your pencils ready kids, here comes the review! The first of four nights of sweet rockins at Jack’s Patio Bar was Thursday. We lost some bands to an unfortunate smelting accident, but four hit the stage and none disappointed. Open Air started things off with a mix of electric guitar, keyboard and drums. The vocals were dreamy and their original rock was really nice to hear. They were a great way to start the weekend! Schuetzilla took the stage second, and fired off the energetic set of the night! The vocals were superb, and their stage presence got the crowd excited. They were a mix of modern rock and heavy-funk, with a dose of RATM. The next band to hit the stage was Of My Redemption, sporting a brand new set of balls in the form of a bad-ass singer. The set was heavy, solid, and laced with comedy (I especially enjoyed the song “Chewy wants it in the Butt”). This is a powerful band, and one that really knows how to work the crowd! We wrapped the night with The Staring Game, an equally fierce competitor on this short night. The guitars were intense, the bass pounded at your chest and the drums held it all together. The vocals seared the crowd like a blowtorch, and they responded by asking for more. All in all, this was a fun night! Friday fired off with the melodic sounds of Knights of Apollo. This three piece consisted of keys, bass and drums, and it was a surprisingly full sound. The crowd was an early and excited one, and these guys definitely delivered a great show for them all. Kevin Goes 2 College threw out a set of flawless ska goodness, increasing the energy and the love in the room exponentially. The horns were thick and the band was groovy, and the vocalist sealed the deal with outstanding vocals. Neverman hit the stage next, rocking out with stellar guitar licks and eccentric vocals. The drummer needs a haircut, but other than that, they rocked Jack’s Patio Bar with quality jams! Kari Me Sober killed it, simply and truthfully. Her set was full of energy, with her passionate vocals and outstanding support from the band. Happy 3rd anniversary, Orlando! Our next band, Deimos, rocked the house with authority! The vocals were rock solid, the band shredded the stage with an outstanding blend of hard rock and metal influences, and the crowd really got into this set. Great job! Seed braved a long road to come out to Jack’s and rock the crowd tonight, and did an outstanding job. The vocals were aggressive and the band simply shredded with this hard rockin’ Texas sound. Great set! Can you dig it? I knew thatcha could... cha cha cha cha… Uptown Creepers opened up the Saturday night show with some outstanding ska. The vocals had a bit of punk edge; just enough to give it character. The band put on a great set, and drew the crowd in from the patio where everyone was enjoying the perfect weather. Rhyme Mind Theory stepped with pep to the stage and rolled the audience over like a Mack truck. The lyrics were deep and the band was pushing the limits of hip-hop and rock. The trumpet is always the perfect spice to this band’s performance! The clip from Revenge of the Nerds was just simply fucking brilliant! Terril Avenue packed and rocked the house! The set was full of energetic highs and pensive lows, taking the crowd on a ride through new rock done right. The vocals were intense and the stage presence was overwhelming. Fareview’s blend of modern rock and melodic sense set the stage for a memorable set of great music. The love was definitely present for this superb group, and they rocked Jack’s with the white hot intensity of 1