• All ages welcome
• Vinyl is a general admission, standing room venue
All I Was reveals another side of Mark Tremonti. The Grammy Award-winning guitarist's style remains instantly recognizable. It's nearly impossible to forget his riffs in multi-platinum rock juggernaut Creed or his scorching fretwork with the critically acclaimed, fan favorite Alter Bridge. Having sold over 40 million records worldwide, this is the man behind massive hits like "My Own Prison", “Higher", and "Isolation"—just to name a few. There are a myriad of reasons why Guitar World dubbed him "Guitarist of the Year" three consecutive years in a row, and he ranked as the "fourth greatest heavy metal guitarist ever" in Total Guitar. You might think you know him from all of that, but you haven't heard Tremonti unleashed like this.
Assuming both vocal and six-string duties on his long-awaited solo debut, he thrashes with a fierce intensity that's remarkably heavy and instantly infectious. Flanked by rhythm guitarist Eric Friedman and drummer Garrett Whitlock, Tremonti engages an incendiary metallic assault that's relentless from the first moment until the last, burning down all expectations in its path.
Sporting their signature "arena sound", UltraDrive is a melodic active-rock band that stirred up quite an immediate buzz as an Atlanta-based regional supergroup from the time they began to play out. In only their 3rd show ever, UltraDrive was chosen to open for Army of Anyone, and haven’t slowed down since, performing with Chevelle, Adelita's Way, the Raconteurs, the legendary Queensryche, and Saving Abel (in the Pontiac Garage), as well as headlining top Atlanta and regional venues in support of their debut album "Believe" (Grand Touring Records), which is enjoying international airplay.
UltraDrive's reputation as a live act has drawn a sponsorship from Jagermeister Music and endorsements from the likes of Marshall Amplification, as well as industry showcases, radio interviews and promotions, and major event performances (including the 2010 Peach Drop in front of 150,000 people).
Now, following a 4 month hiatus for writing and side-projects, UltraDrive returns to the stage with a "BANG!" in support of Mark Tremonti.