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St. Louis, MO
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Portrait of THIS IS ENERGY
At first glance, THIS IS ENERGY may seem like one of those garage bands from the 1970s making hard rock for people who hate hard rock, yet still exploded onto the charts. On closer inspection, this dynamic group of four young musicians is more an alternative rock band touring the country, writing song after memorable song, and building a magnetic web presence of admirers across the U.S. and around the globe in the 21st century. At one of THIS IS ENERGY's live performances with their loyal followers, it's easy to get swept up into an incredible experience that unravels like a whirling dervish from the hearts and minds of these musical visionaries: AyeDamnG (Adam Gardner) on lead vocals and guitar, Britton Campbell on drums, Charles Springhart on bass, and Dave Beezy on guitar. THIS IS ENERGY evolves onstage as a kinetic rock extravaganza, turning what might seem to be an ordinary event into pure entertainment, moving audiences much like a tent revival brings out a congregation's spirituality. In other words, these guys rock the house. As a musical force, they have one simple mission: To inspire the growing masses so that each person listening and feeling and watching believes in themselves and never gives up following whatever elusive dreams might be harbored inside.
 
 
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