PUDDLE of MUDD with SPECIAL GUESTS
CRASHING WAYWARD at BROOKLYN BOWL, LAS VEGAS
PUDDLE of MUDD played again in Vegas this month with opener CRASHING WAYWARD, a band from right here in Las Vegas, and they absolutely crushed it! They took full advantage
of being given nearly an hour time slot to showcase everything that this band is about. Crashing Wayward's line up is Stacey Blades & David Harris on guitars, Shon McKee on drums, Carl Raether on bass and on vocals from Peter Summit.
The band has a full album planned for release in 2023 and played some cuts and a single off that highly anticipated album. This is one of the top bands out of Vegas and their stage presence was that of a veteran band with many years of experience under their belt.
A great show and the crowd responded to their hometown heroes in kind. I Love this band and hope to catch them again soon when they come back off the road.
It’s been a few years since PUDDLE of MUDD has played Las Vegas. Last time we covered them it was also at Brooklyn Bowl, and that show was the best I had ever seen them play. As the lights dimmed, the band took the stage, and you could feel the energy from the crowd. Singer Wes Scantlin was last to hit the
stage, and he looked like he literally just got there - wearing a coat, backpack and beanie. Off and on through the show there were some sound issues, and Wes mentioned this was only their second show back, and he was feeling a bit out of shape - his arms were cramping from not being used to playing all the time.
We were treated to a show filled with classic old school Puddle of Mudd, with Dave Moreno on drums, Matt Fuller on guitars and Michael John Adams on bass. We got a taste
of some of their new material, and Wes mentioned they have a new album coming out and that it is going to kick ass! He also talked about what an amazing city Las Vegas is, and how he met some people earlier in the elevator who were having a great time and that is what this city is all about.
Wes also talked about what an amazing city Las Vegas is and how he met some people earlier in the elevator who were having a great time and that is what this city is all about. He also mentioned they have a new album coming out and that it is going to kick ass. Not their best show, but a solid set, and as this band gets back in playing shape they make another stop back in Vegas later this year.
Puddle of Mudd Photos : Harold Mountain / JustAFanPhotos
Crashing Wayward Photos : Harold Mountain / JustAFanPhotos