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Concert Review: Theory of A Deadman, Wilson-Monarch Music Hall, Peoria, IL


Roadrunner Records‘, Theory of A Deadman plays to a packed house at Monarch Music Hall, Peoria, Illinois on July 17, 2018 with opener Wilson.

If you aren’t familiar with Wilson, take a look at their music and be prepared to have a good time. They don’t take themselves too seriously, but that doesn’t mean they don’t know how to put on a fantastic show. It’s all about having fun and not holding back, with solid vocals and instrumentals, Wilson takes you on a rock n roll, hip/hop rollercoaster with a throwback to the 90s.      

Theory of A Deadman’s lead vocalist, Tyler Connolly, opens the show playing the piano, something he didn’t play until recently. One would never know that he had only begun playing the piano a few years ago and he pounded out their hit song “Straight Jacket”. Theory of A Deadman has six studio albums and four number one songs to pull from their discography and they played all four number one songs which include “Bad Girlfriend,” “Lowlife,” “So Happy,” and “Angel.” Also, they threw in one from their first album, “Gasoline”, titled “Santa Monica”. 

Be sure to check out Theory of A Deadman’s current album, “Wake Up Call” which can be bought and streamed on every major music site.

Wilson is coming out with their newest album “Tasty, Nasty” soon and can be preordered.

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