Kris Lager Band

2015 Fall Revival Tour

The Kris Lager Band is on their 2015 Fall Revival Tour and even though it is right after the holiday, you will not want to miss this amazing group of talented musicians. This Revivalist Rock band is said to be on the cusp of breaking through to the mainstream. With performances that keep you moving, this passionate soulful band from Lincoln will make you remember the digging-deep feeling funky tunes. The rich vocals sync perfectly with the instrumentals, as if each member of the band was meant to be together at that exact moment and the sound created had to be captured and listened to again and again. It makes sense the band members are so in tune with one another. In his bio there is a quote by Lager stating he hopes in each performance his band and the audience can uplift one another and become more in tune, “Let’s celebrate Life.” If you are needing a way to dance off all of the Thanksgiving food or are in need of some good soulful music to match the food, come to The Hive where you can give thanks there is still good-feeling, heartfelt music right here in Nebraska. 

Friday, November 27
Kris Lager Band
The Hive, 1207 Harney Street
http://www.krislagerband.com

posted at 03:00 am
on Monday, November 23rd, 2015

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