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Ariel
January 30th 2024
First time I heard most of their songs. But it took that one performance to really become a true fan. It took one time for Leave A Light On to become my favorite song. They have pulled so many emotions from deep within that I didn’t even realize I was holding onto. & for that, I will be forever thankful for Papa Roach.. 🪳 🩷
Bangor, ME@
Maine Savings Amphitheater
SCHYLER
October 3rd 2023
This was my first concert experience ever. I was fortunate enough to get a pit pass and was mere feet from jacoby when he jumped off the stage to interact with the crowd, and i was absolutely beside myself I simply xould not belive i was in arms length of one of my favorite band of all time, lead singer. I had the upmost and absolutely best time of my life!!!!!!
Bangor, ME@
Maine Savings Amphitheater
DAve
September 28th 2023
Shinedown/Papa Roach: 9/26/23 “With the Summer outdoor concert season winding down to its conclusion my final show at CCNB’s Heritage Park Amphitheater was sure to end in a blaze! It was my second time seeing the band from Jacksonville Florida in 508 days and my first time seeing Papa Roach LIVE. I bought my ticket the day prior to the show as the band ran a flash $25 all in sale to fill in any unsold gaps in the reserved sections. Guessing on the code I landed 20 rows back from center stage, a seat that would have cost $98 if I had completed my transaction at any other time. About a week prior to the event the venue which has been facing tough criticism lately made an announcement that lawn chairs and blankets would not be allowed. Seeing their prior LIVE performance at the Bilo Center, I suspected that part of the reasoning might have to do with ‘1-2-3 Jump’ —the lead into to ‘Enemies’. Bon Secours had posted a public service announcement on social media immediately prior to the performance for everyone to watch out for one another in the pit, anticipating that things could tend to get a bit animated. Tuesday evening was a different leg of the same ‘Revolutions Live Tour’ I had seen, however it turned out vastly different to my surprise, particularly with the song selections, a half dozen or so titles being swapped in and out. Simpsonville was exactly the halfway point of the band’s Sept/Oct leg, positioned in between their Newark and Atlanta dates, and the band was two days rested. This event was also outdoors verses my prior indoor experience leaving the question, what would become of the flames, explosions, strobes, light bars, video walls, piano riser, and 45 degree angle pivoting lighting rigs which were raised and lowered by cables? Simpsonville does not come equipped for big productions and it was the first venue of this leg that was basically uncovered and bare bones. Trusting the band would not let down I proceeded with confidence! My view of the stage this time revealed the same lighting rigs and illuminated backdrop with the Planet Zero logo partially hidden behind the opener’s set, a 3 step riser with the drum kit positioned in the center with dual drumheads with bear head images, their mouths wide open and teeth exposed. The eye catcher from the get go was a piano suspended near the top of the amphitheater ceiling stage right. The band formed in 2001 still features Brent Smith 45 (vocals) and Barry Kerch (drums) since the very beginning, with Zach Myers (guitar) and Eric Bass (a Charleston native and resident on bass) since ’08. With 7 studio albums, 31 charted singles including 18 number ones and with all of their singles reaching at least number five on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Chart the set was sure to include a number of the big ones. Choosing much better support on this leg than the former, the Canadian heavy metal band Spiritbox from Victoria British Columbia took the stage at 6:40 p.m. We early birders all got our proverbial worms enjoying a 30 minute / 7 song set featuring some of the most unique vocals in rock and roll from Courtney LaPlante and her death growl. Thanking the early attenders and likening themselves to a hot dog band (i.e. the band you go to the concession stand while they open), the four person’s band performance was anything but. After a quick twenty minute stage turn Papa Roach formed in 1993 from Vacaville California took the stage at precisely 7:29 p.m. to an audio recording of Hank William’s ‘Hey Good Lookin’. Beginning their 1 hour long / 13 song set with 2001’s #16 ‘Between Angels And Insects’ the alternative metal band drew from their entire 11 studio album career with the exception of ‘Old Friends From Young Years’. All my fears concerning a sub-par visual production were abated quickly after seeing Papa Roach’s stage set with a large LED screen covering the entire riser in the background. The screen displayed various visuals during the performance but the one of note was a giant silhouette of a black roach lying on his back over a white background prior to the band taking the stage. Coby Dick (aka Jacoby Shaddix) led the charge with a shout out, ‘South Carolina, let’s f****n do this’. Wasting no time, ‘Kill The Noise’ a 2021 US Main #1 was next in line. ‘Let me see you bang your heads’ Coby cried prior to the opening notes of ‘Getting Away With Murder’. Coby continued, ‘Thanks for showing out to this rock and roll show, this connection right here it feels good you know, what we got going on right now you know, I live for that right there for real’. ‘Cut The Line’ a song from their newest album made its way into the set list unexpectedly. ‘Where’s the mosh pit?’, Coby looked around as he prepared to run through the crowd up the right side isle during ‘To Be Loved’. ‘You wanna get this place jumping?… now South Cackalacky do not talk about it you gotta be about it, this one right here’s called “Firestarter”’, it was a real crowd rouser. With the message ‘SUICIDE CAN BE PREVENTED’ displayed on the screen ‘Leave The Light On’ from 2022’s ‘Ego Trip’ was preceded by a mental health public service announcement. A portion of concert proceeds were to be donated to the ‘Talk Away The Dark’ campaign and the song was dedicated to Jacoby’s dad, a Vietnam Vet who left home when he was eight. After years, the frontman of the band finally made peace with him. Roach showed no signs of letting down energy-wise the entire hour as they moved all across the stage, jumping up and down and communicating visually with the audience. Shaddix did however pause briefly for a self ‘gratitude check’. With an organ playing in the background prior to 2004’s #4 ‘Scars’. he began his list. ’I’m grateful… to authentically connect with people through music’; ‘our music is a hand reaching into the darkness to drag em out of it’; ’I got a relationship with my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ’; ‘I ain’t afraid to say that’; ‘I stand on this stage sober from alcohol for almost twelve years’; ‘that I got men and women that got my back through that sobriety’; ’we got some of the most awesome f*****g fans in the world right here in Simpsonville’! ‘Help’ and ‘Last Resort’ ended the set as the band left the stage to a chant of ‘Papa Roach, Papa Roach, Papa Roach….’ It was another rather quick stage turn, as all that had to be done was to remove Papa Roach’s set from the forefront of Shinedown’s. During the half hour break I took a quick walk all the way to the back corners of the lawn section, the amphitheater grounds were completely packed! The lights went down at precisely 9 p.m. to a recording of ‘2184’ the opening instrumental from the album ‘Planet Zero’. The illuminated double video panels parted from the center as the band in silhouette emerged, first Brent, then the others, Brent shouting ‘Let’s Go’. ‘Diamond Eyes’ a 2020 US Main #1 opened the 19 song / hour and fifty minute set beginning and ending with an explosion of sparklers. Turns out it WAS a big production, getting in early gave the band opportunity for a FULL set up! ‘Dead Don't Die’ a 2023 release followed. The piano lowered from the ceiling on cables the first of three times for 2013’s ‘I'll Follow You’.‘ ‘Ladies and Gentlemen we know you coulda done anything you wanted to tonight. We’re in your house, we’re in your city, we’re in your town. Ladies and Gentlemen it is a privilege and a pleasure to be here tonight thank you all so very much for showing up.’ Next I experienced only my second ever artist led full audience meet-and-greet, turning left, then right, all over the crowd were handshakes, fist bumps and knuckles, Brent leading the charge from the stage by example. It was about to get heavy as ‘State Of My Head’ and ‘Devil’ followed, the stage illuminated amidst flames of fire! ‘I’m gonna be honest with you, there’s been a lot of great audiences on this tour, a lot of good ones, but they haven’t been South Carolina so I’m gonna ask you, did you bring your sing voice with you tonight?’ While the entire set of lighting rigs lowered to just above the band members heads the audience (who stood on their feet for both bands entire sets) all sang along to 2003’s #3 ‘45’. The time came for ‘Enemies’ 1-2-3 jump. ‘We didn’t go all the way into the South town to not make this a monumental evening, Ladies and Gentlemen I think we should make a moment, don’t you?’ Brent brought out the band’s video creator Sanjay to film the experience as everyone young and old jumped on cue in unison! ‘Ladies and Gentlemen make a fist, raise em up… hold, hold, GO’ intro’d 2009’s #1 ‘Sound Of Madness’ with every light on stage moving about every which way but loose. Brent introduced Eric Bass on piano prior to ‘A Symptom Of Being Human’. ‘Ladies and Gentlemen one of your own born and raised in Charleston South Carolina.’ ‘He is an extraordinary human being on so many levels… the day that Eric came into my, Zach’s, and Barry’s life, and this band, was one of the most great, wonderful and monumental moments of all time for Shinedown.’ He informed us how Eric had engineered, mixed and produced their last two albums then gave a shout out to Eric’s wife, mother, sisters, and whole family which were present in attendance. Every cell phone flashlight and lighter in the audience came out at the intro of the 2023 release. An audio clip of Casey Kasem on radio announcing the number one song in all the land for three weeks in a row back in 2008 preceded ‘Second Chance’. Brent who had performed with bronchitis last time he was in the Upstate and struggled during the song proved himself at the top of his vocal game tonight. Brent took a backseat giving Zach the floor, Zach commenting, ‘This is the best South Carolina show we’ve ever done, ever, in the history of ever.’ An acoustic cover of Jimmy Eat World’s ‘The Middle’ preceded featuring Zach Myers & Eric Bass on main vocals and acoustic guitar. How strange it was for me to hear the song knowing my next show was the following evening was Jimmy Eat World performing the number one themselves. ‘Daylight / Get Up’ a 2018 #1 followed and ‘Planet Zero was also thrown in the mix. Their cover of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s ‘Simple Man was performed intimately with Smith and Myers’s together on the walkway. Mid-song Smith turned the microphone over to us to fill in the vocals challenging us with, ‘It’s all yours’. Then one more time the stage illuminated all in flames for 2019’s #1 ‘Monsters’. Closing in on the 11 p.m. curfew Smith shouted, ‘What do you say South Carolina, one more for the road?’ as ‘Cut The Cord’ completed the set without encore. The song ended in a sonic six explosion blaze that Im sure shook all of the condominiums nearby. Drummer Barry Kerch who has disagreed with more specialized genres being ascribed to the band has gone on record stating, ‘We're just a rock 'n' roll band’, and they proved that this evening. Folks this WAS rock and roll, but it wasn’t just rock and roll, it was rock and roll with a message, a message of hope by both headliners —a hope to be experienced!” Review and photo by DAve (Concert #822-824)
Simpsonville, SC@
CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park
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About Papa Roach

Band Members:
Tony Palermo, Jerry Horton, Tobin Esperance, Jacoby Shaddix
Hometown:
Vacaville, California

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10 days ago
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This one is for all the Rockin' Mama Roaches out there!🤘

Limited Edition Mother's Day tank is available now! ➡️ h
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Ariel
January 30th 2024
First time I heard most of their songs. But it took that one performance to really become a true fan. It took one time for Leave A Light On to become my favorite song. They have pulled so many emotions from deep within that I didn’t even realize I was holding onto. & for that, I will be forever thankful for Papa Roach.. 🪳 🩷
Bangor, ME@
Maine Savings Amphitheater
SCHYLER
October 3rd 2023
This was my first concert experience ever. I was fortunate enough to get a pit pass and was mere feet from jacoby when he jumped off the stage to interact with the crowd, and i was absolutely beside myself I simply xould not belive i was in arms length of one of my favorite band of all time, lead singer. I had the upmost and absolutely best time of my life!!!!!!
Bangor, ME@
Maine Savings Amphitheater
DAve
September 28th 2023
Shinedown/Papa Roach: 9/26/23 “With the Summer outdoor concert season winding down to its conclusion my final show at CCNB’s Heritage Park Amphitheater was sure to end in a blaze! It was my second time seeing the band from Jacksonville Florida in 508 days and my first time seeing Papa Roach LIVE. I bought my ticket the day prior to the show as the band ran a flash $25 all in sale to fill in any unsold gaps in the reserved sections. Guessing on the code I landed 20 rows back from center stage, a seat that would have cost $98 if I had completed my transaction at any other time. About a week prior to the event the venue which has been facing tough criticism lately made an announcement that lawn chairs and blankets would not be allowed. Seeing their prior LIVE performance at the Bilo Center, I suspected that part of the reasoning might have to do with ‘1-2-3 Jump’ —the lead into to ‘Enemies’. Bon Secours had posted a public service announcement on social media immediately prior to the performance for everyone to watch out for one another in the pit, anticipating that things could tend to get a bit animated. Tuesday evening was a different leg of the same ‘Revolutions Live Tour’ I had seen, however it turned out vastly different to my surprise, particularly with the song selections, a half dozen or so titles being swapped in and out. Simpsonville was exactly the halfway point of the band’s Sept/Oct leg, positioned in between their Newark and Atlanta dates, and the band was two days rested. This event was also outdoors verses my prior indoor experience leaving the question, what would become of the flames, explosions, strobes, light bars, video walls, piano riser, and 45 degree angle pivoting lighting rigs which were raised and lowered by cables? Simpsonville does not come equipped for big productions and it was the first venue of this leg that was basically uncovered and bare bones. Trusting the band would not let down I proceeded with confidence! My view of the stage this time revealed the same lighting rigs and illuminated backdrop with the Planet Zero logo partially hidden behind the opener’s set, a 3 step riser with the drum kit positioned in the center with dual drumheads with bear head images, their mouths wide open and teeth exposed. The eye catcher from the get go was a piano suspended near the top of the amphitheater ceiling stage right. The band formed in 2001 still features Brent Smith 45 (vocals) and Barry Kerch (drums) since the very beginning, with Zach Myers (guitar) and Eric Bass (a Charleston native and resident on bass) since ’08. With 7 studio albums, 31 charted singles including 18 number ones and with all of their singles reaching at least number five on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Chart the set was sure to include a number of the big ones. Choosing much better support on this leg than the former, the Canadian heavy metal band Spiritbox from Victoria British Columbia took the stage at 6:40 p.m. We early birders all got our proverbial worms enjoying a 30 minute / 7 song set featuring some of the most unique vocals in rock and roll from Courtney LaPlante and her death growl. Thanking the early attenders and likening themselves to a hot dog band (i.e. the band you go to the concession stand while they open), the four person’s band performance was anything but. After a quick twenty minute stage turn Papa Roach formed in 1993 from Vacaville California took the stage at precisely 7:29 p.m. to an audio recording of Hank William’s ‘Hey Good Lookin’. Beginning their 1 hour long / 13 song set with 2001’s #16 ‘Between Angels And Insects’ the alternative metal band drew from their entire 11 studio album career with the exception of ‘Old Friends From Young Years’. All my fears concerning a sub-par visual production were abated quickly after seeing Papa Roach’s stage set with a large LED screen covering the entire riser in the background. The screen displayed various visuals during the performance but the one of note was a giant silhouette of a black roach lying on his back over a white background prior to the band taking the stage. Coby Dick (aka Jacoby Shaddix) led the charge with a shout out, ‘South Carolina, let’s f****n do this’. Wasting no time, ‘Kill The Noise’ a 2021 US Main #1 was next in line. ‘Let me see you bang your heads’ Coby cried prior to the opening notes of ‘Getting Away With Murder’. Coby continued, ‘Thanks for showing out to this rock and roll show, this connection right here it feels good you know, what we got going on right now you know, I live for that right there for real’. ‘Cut The Line’ a song from their newest album made its way into the set list unexpectedly. ‘Where’s the mosh pit?’, Coby looked around as he prepared to run through the crowd up the right side isle during ‘To Be Loved’. ‘You wanna get this place jumping?… now South Cackalacky do not talk about it you gotta be about it, this one right here’s called “Firestarter”’, it was a real crowd rouser. With the message ‘SUICIDE CAN BE PREVENTED’ displayed on the screen ‘Leave The Light On’ from 2022’s ‘Ego Trip’ was preceded by a mental health public service announcement. A portion of concert proceeds were to be donated to the ‘Talk Away The Dark’ campaign and the song was dedicated to Jacoby’s dad, a Vietnam Vet who left home when he was eight. After years, the frontman of the band finally made peace with him. Roach showed no signs of letting down energy-wise the entire hour as they moved all across the stage, jumping up and down and communicating visually with the audience. Shaddix did however pause briefly for a self ‘gratitude check’. With an organ playing in the background prior to 2004’s #4 ‘Scars’. he began his list. ’I’m grateful… to authentically connect with people through music’; ‘our music is a hand reaching into the darkness to drag em out of it’; ’I got a relationship with my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ’; ‘I ain’t afraid to say that’; ‘I stand on this stage sober from alcohol for almost twelve years’; ‘that I got men and women that got my back through that sobriety’; ’we got some of the most awesome f*****g fans in the world right here in Simpsonville’! ‘Help’ and ‘Last Resort’ ended the set as the band left the stage to a chant of ‘Papa Roach, Papa Roach, Papa Roach….’ It was another rather quick stage turn, as all that had to be done was to remove Papa Roach’s set from the forefront of Shinedown’s. During the half hour break I took a quick walk all the way to the back corners of the lawn section, the amphitheater grounds were completely packed! The lights went down at precisely 9 p.m. to a recording of ‘2184’ the opening instrumental from the album ‘Planet Zero’. The illuminated double video panels parted from the center as the band in silhouette emerged, first Brent, then the others, Brent shouting ‘Let’s Go’. ‘Diamond Eyes’ a 2020 US Main #1 opened the 19 song / hour and fifty minute set beginning and ending with an explosion of sparklers. Turns out it WAS a big production, getting in early gave the band opportunity for a FULL set up! ‘Dead Don't Die’ a 2023 release followed. The piano lowered from the ceiling on cables the first of three times for 2013’s ‘I'll Follow You’.‘ ‘Ladies and Gentlemen we know you coulda done anything you wanted to tonight. We’re in your house, we’re in your city, we’re in your town. Ladies and Gentlemen it is a privilege and a pleasure to be here tonight thank you all so very much for showing up.’ Next I experienced only my second ever artist led full audience meet-and-greet, turning left, then right, all over the crowd were handshakes, fist bumps and knuckles, Brent leading the charge from the stage by example. It was about to get heavy as ‘State Of My Head’ and ‘Devil’ followed, the stage illuminated amidst flames of fire! ‘I’m gonna be honest with you, there’s been a lot of great audiences on this tour, a lot of good ones, but they haven’t been South Carolina so I’m gonna ask you, did you bring your sing voice with you tonight?’ While the entire set of lighting rigs lowered to just above the band members heads the audience (who stood on their feet for both bands entire sets) all sang along to 2003’s #3 ‘45’. The time came for ‘Enemies’ 1-2-3 jump. ‘We didn’t go all the way into the South town to not make this a monumental evening, Ladies and Gentlemen I think we should make a moment, don’t you?’ Brent brought out the band’s video creator Sanjay to film the experience as everyone young and old jumped on cue in unison! ‘Ladies and Gentlemen make a fist, raise em up… hold, hold, GO’ intro’d 2009’s #1 ‘Sound Of Madness’ with every light on stage moving about every which way but loose. Brent introduced Eric Bass on piano prior to ‘A Symptom Of Being Human’. ‘Ladies and Gentlemen one of your own born and raised in Charleston South Carolina.’ ‘He is an extraordinary human being on so many levels… the day that Eric came into my, Zach’s, and Barry’s life, and this band, was one of the most great, wonderful and monumental moments of all time for Shinedown.’ He informed us how Eric had engineered, mixed and produced their last two albums then gave a shout out to Eric’s wife, mother, sisters, and whole family which were present in attendance. Every cell phone flashlight and lighter in the audience came out at the intro of the 2023 release. An audio clip of Casey Kasem on radio announcing the number one song in all the land for three weeks in a row back in 2008 preceded ‘Second Chance’. Brent who had performed with bronchitis last time he was in the Upstate and struggled during the song proved himself at the top of his vocal game tonight. Brent took a backseat giving Zach the floor, Zach commenting, ‘This is the best South Carolina show we’ve ever done, ever, in the history of ever.’ An acoustic cover of Jimmy Eat World’s ‘The Middle’ preceded featuring Zach Myers & Eric Bass on main vocals and acoustic guitar. How strange it was for me to hear the song knowing my next show was the following evening was Jimmy Eat World performing the number one themselves. ‘Daylight / Get Up’ a 2018 #1 followed and ‘Planet Zero was also thrown in the mix. Their cover of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s ‘Simple Man was performed intimately with Smith and Myers’s together on the walkway. Mid-song Smith turned the microphone over to us to fill in the vocals challenging us with, ‘It’s all yours’. Then one more time the stage illuminated all in flames for 2019’s #1 ‘Monsters’. Closing in on the 11 p.m. curfew Smith shouted, ‘What do you say South Carolina, one more for the road?’ as ‘Cut The Cord’ completed the set without encore. The song ended in a sonic six explosion blaze that Im sure shook all of the condominiums nearby. Drummer Barry Kerch who has disagreed with more specialized genres being ascribed to the band has gone on record stating, ‘We're just a rock 'n' roll band’, and they proved that this evening. Folks this WAS rock and roll, but it wasn’t just rock and roll, it was rock and roll with a message, a message of hope by both headliners —a hope to be experienced!” Review and photo by DAve (Concert #822-824)
Simpsonville, SC@
CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park
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About Papa Roach

Band Members:
Tony Palermo, Jerry Horton, Tobin Esperance, Jacoby Shaddix
Hometown:
Vacaville, California

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