Dead Sara - It May Never
"Snow in Los Angeles"
But It Certainly Does Rock
Melting in the triple digit heat of Aftershock and their stage time squeezed by technical difficulties from the next stage, Dead Sara still completely blew me away. The vocals of Emily Armstrong and the tightness of the rest of the band was truly impressive. I was an instant fan and looked forward to getting to see them in a more humane environment.
Slowly, I have been converting my small metal world to Dead Sara. I cannot think of anyone I have taken to a Dead Sara show who was not instantaneously a fan. My friends, my wife, my brother…everyone, because simply put, this is one of the best new bands I have heard in a long time. This is a band that has that cross over potential. As my brother said after enjoying one of their recent Troubadour shows, “Glad I got to see that, since they are going to be an arena band someday.”
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Dan Adler was raised in Southern California to a mom and dad, one of whom appreciated Creedence and left wing anti-war politics. By the teenage years, Dan became obsessed with Black Sabbath, listening to the same seven albums repeatedly for 5 years. During this time, his favorite concert experience was seeing Metallica open for a bunch of bands that no longer exist and winning the 1st ever Santa Cruz Air Guitar contest. After several years in Africa listening and dancing to Chimurenga music, Dan returned to have the two best children in the world, one of whom spends a lot of time at concerts with him. What a lucky dad!