Pretty Tied Up & Wyld Ryde Play To a Packed House

Pretty Tied Up & Wyld Ryde Rock Knoxville Tennessee to a Packed house

Pretty Tied up – A Guns & Roses Tribute band headlined at the Open Chord All Things Music Venue March 6, 2020.

The Place was Packed early on too. as soon as the doors were opened. Eager fans waiting to Rock N Roll.

Opening the show was a band from Kentucky called Wyld Ryde. Members include : Chief/ Singer Guitarist, Tommy Blitz, Guitar/Vocals, Mick Watkins Bass/Vocals, Michael Kidd Drums.
Having never seen them before didn’t know what to expect but had heard Great things about them from several people. Those people were right.! They Rocked! Playing all original songs and still kept the crowd moving! It was their first time at the Open Chord. but I bet it wont be their last! The crowd was buying merchandise after the show and wants them to come back.
They Played songs from their CD titled “ City Streets” and some other newer songs. I believe they said they will have a new CD coming out soon.
Theses Guys Scream Rock and Roll . They have opened for The Tom Keifer band/ Former vocalist Cinderella fame. Be on the look out for these guys they are going places!

Up next and headlining the night was Pretty Tied Up -A Guns & Roses Tribute band.
Part of the band is from Michigan and the others are from Kentucky . Members consist of Kevin Shannon (Axl), Brandon Fields (Slash),Kyle Mikolajczyk (Izzy) Dustin Whitt (Duff) Garrett Ramsden ( Matt).
This was their first time at the Open Chord and the eager crowd was ready! Still a packed room they took the stage . Into the first couple songs Brandon( Slash) had some kind of guitar issues which temporarily stopped the show for a few but was fixed quickly and then they kicked it into high gear playing lots of your favorite Guns and Roses songs having the rowdy crowd singing and dancing along to every song. Full of energy they kept the party going and everyone seemed to have a great time.

Be sure to check out these two bands as they are both alotta fun!

Angela Richardson-Newman Music Matters Magazine

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