Thriving on throngs of loyal followers, 10 Years delivers to a packed Marquis Theater with the help of Otherwise and The Glorious Sons.
Excitement filled the air on a warm Friday the 13th in Denver as The Marquis Theater started to fill with people eager to see a lineup that would be sure to impress. As we anxiously awaited the Tennessee band Luminoth to take the stage, we learned that they had van trouble just five miles from the venue and weren’t able to make it on time to play. As disappointing as that was, it gave the other three bands more time to play, which was not a bad thing.
Ontario rockers, The Glorious Sons started the show off with a bang as they played songs to promote their new album “The Union.” Next, front man Adrian Patrick took the stage with the rest of Las Vegas based Otherwise to belt out songs from their recent release “Peace at all Costs”. And last, but most certainly not least 10 Years finished up the night by playing to a now wall to wall packed room, which was a welcome change from the last time they were here and played to a half full Marquis.