Nothing More adds to night-life

Nothing More offers something more on Thursday night.Instead of heading out to Huntsville’s typical Thursday night destinations; music fans should consider trading in the predictable Shenanigans’ play list for the fresh sounds of San Antonio based progressive rock band, Nothing More.

The band is returning to Lizards tonight to support their new album “Save You/Save Me.” The first release off their fourth album is “Sixtysecondaffair.”

“It’s one of those songs that ventures into every part of what makes us who we are. It has the epic guitars and soaring harmonies, but it also has sincerity in the words,” said lead singer Trey Graham.

Nothing More also includes Josh Kercheville and Mark Vollelunga on guitar and Jonny Hawkins on drums. Together they have played for over seven years.

“Bassist Daniel Oliver joined the group about two years ago, and I’ve been in the band for a little over a year now,” said Graham.

Nothing More combines strong vocals with original music to create a unique sound that they have total control over. Since the band is entirely self maintained from management, marketing to publishing; they have been able to produce genuine music without being overseen by a mainstream label.

With influences like Dream Theater, Blindside, Sting and Seal; Nothing More has developed an eclectic sound patrons won’t find at The Fox tonight.

Local fan Chris Barker said, “They’re one of the most innovative bands I have ever seen, and their live show is simply amazing.”

Rather than take someone elses word for it, search Nothing More on for a sample before the show.

Nothing More will take the stage after their friends Eldridge from Houston at 9 pm. There is a $3 cover, however Lizards is offering $1.25 wells and $1.50 domestic longnecks all night long.

Just in case you miss Nothing More tonight, the band will be at Fitzgerald’s in Houston tomorrow night and then continue on to parts of Louisiana, Oklahoma and wrap up the tour on the East Coast.

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