Candlebox Rocked Orlando

Rock Is Alive In Central Florida!

Friday Night Rock Brought My4oh7 to The Plaza Live and finally we talked I See Music Photography into shooting ROCK! Candlebox brought their friends State to State and Whole Damn Mess to Rock Orlando, Florida and Lockedin Magazine Loved IT.

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The Orlando show was very lively. The audience was filled with fans from generations young and old. 90’s rock is a fan of many people and the performers did not disappoint!


The Whole Damn Mess opened the show with their popish, mostly high energy music and the crowd could feel the music. They are pretty local to the Orlando area being from Tampa. WDM vibed so well on stage and with the audience. There was so much movement and energy, you could tell they enjoyed playing together and were having a blast! It was a very engaging performance! Kevin Martin of Candlebox came on stage to sing one of their hits, “Got you stuck in my head”. It was a very fun song and had the crowd doing some dancing and some headbanging!

State to State started off on a rough patch with a guitar that quickly went out of tune during the first song and then had an equipment malfunction by the end of the second song but the show must go on! Lead singer, Shea Stratton, threw the broken guitar jack into the crowd and grabbed the mic for the next song. They performed a few more songs, one including Kevin Martin from Candlebox. Their performance was a tad bit harder rock than WDM but still hit the 90’s grudge rock to a T.

When Candlebox took the stage The Plaza Live became more packed and the crowd got louder, and crazier, which is expected. They started off with two of their newer songs. Their third song was from 1993 and when everyone in the room started singing along Kevin even made a comment, “Oh, you guys know that one don’t ya” . After shouting out to go check out all their albums on Spotify they continued to serenade the crowd with a variety of older and newer hits.

Review by Jackie Nease   Stay #active 

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