West Michigan five-piece The Outer Vibe are getting ready to go into the studio next month to record their fifth release. They decided to début some of their new songs, beforehand, in front of a live audience. They played in the front room of the Intersection, known as The Stache.

An Outer Vibe show never disappoints. The band always seems to have an infectious energy that gets the audience dancing and singing along. Thursday’s show was certainly no exception. The band has a new drummer, Noah Snyder, whom they introduced to the audience by making him come up front and sing Rock and Roll by Led Zeppelin.

At the end of the night, guitarist Nick Hosford and I made plans to continue covering the progress of their recording in future articles. The rest of the band consists of Sean Zee on vocals, Lisa Kacos on trumpet & keys and Andrew “Wonderboy” Dornoff on bass.

Here are the images from that night.

The Outer Vibe:

The Outer Vibe online:
facebook.com/theoutervibe
theoutervibe.comreverbnation.com/theoutervibe
twitter.com/TheOuterVibe
 


American WiFi:
Opening for Outer Vibe was American WiFi from Grand Rapids and Kaleido from Detroit. Both bands were high energy rockers and a great fit for the headliner.

American WiFi online:
facebook.com/AmericanWiFi
reverbnation.com/americanwifi
 


Kaleido:

Kaleido online:
kaleidoband.com
facebook.com/Kaleidoband
reverbnation.com/kaleidomi
twitter.com/Kaleidoband

 

About The Author

Anthony Nowack is a music and conceptual art photographer from Grand Rapids, MI. He started shooting national touring acts in 2005 and since then has covered hundreds of concerts and multi-day festivals including Rothbury and Lollapalooza. He has been published in multiple music and business publications and websites such as Revue Magazine, Grand Rapids Press, Metal Hammer, Backstage All Access and others. He has also been heavily involved in promoting the Grand Rapids music scene.

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