Late Nite Reading brought a night of indie-pop to The Firebird, along with openers that pleased the fans.

Indie-pop band Late Nite Reading performed at The Firebird to a throng of fans, young and old.

Joining the tour were other indie-pop artists Carter Hulsey, Backseat Goodbye, and The Millennium. Although none of the artists or bands performed together, their camaraderie and friendship was readily apparent when Carter Hulsey, along with other tour personnel, came onstage and “stole” some of Late Nite Reading’s drummer’s cymbals.

Chad Sugg from Backseat Goodbye had some minor technical difficulties with his acoustic guitar at the beginning and end of his set, and had to cut his onstage performance short by one song. Rather than giving up, however, he took his guitar, sat on the floor, and played to a group of fans while Carter Hulsey set up for his set.

The Millenium opened the show, setting a quick and happy tempo that had the audience jumping and singing along.

Late Nite Reading
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The Millenium
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About The Author

Colleen was always the kid with the camera, taking snapshots of anything and everything she found interesting. Fast-forward to her teen years, where she spent much spare time and money on seeing as many live rock 'n roll acts as possible, both established and up-and-coming bands, and having a camera in hand. Colleen works to capture those moments that draw the viewer in and define the mood and energy of the artists and their performances.

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