Parental Advisory Tour w/ Josey Scott, Trapt, Adema, Tantric & more!!

22may7:00 PM10:00 PMParental Advisory Tour w/ Josey Scott, Trapt, Adema, Tantric & more!!

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Parental Advisory Tour is taking over Lava Cantina with Josey Scott, Trapt, Adema, Tantric & One Day Alive on Wednesday, May 22nd!

Get ready to ROCK as the Parental Advisory Tour takes over the main stage at Lava Live with Josey Scott – The Original Voice of Saliva, Trapt, Adema, Tantric, & very special guests One Day Alive on Wednesday, May 22nd starting at 7PM!

** About the Artists **

Josey Scott

Prior to Saliva, Scott fronted a Memphis-area heavy metal band called BlackBone in the early 1990s. He also plays drums and guitar. He made a cameo appearance on Jay-Z’s “Takeover” from his 2001 album The Blueprint. He has also recorded with Lil Wyte, Three 6 Mafia, and The X-Ecutioners.

Scott has had minor roles in television and film. He played Rodney Gronbeck, an LAPD computer expert, in the TNT crime drama Wanted. He also has a cameo appearance in the film Hustle & Flow as Elroy, the corner-store employee who sells marijuana to D-Jay, the main character played by Terrance Howard.

Josey Scott sang the song “If You Wanna Get to Heaven” in the straight-to-DVD feature film The Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning; the song features when the General Lee is pulled from the water.

In 2002, Scott collaborated with Chad Kroeger from the rock band Nickelback on the Spider-Man theme song “Hero”. This recording also featured Tyler Conolly, Mike Kroeger, Matt Cameron, and Jeremy Taggart. Winning the Best Video from a Film on the MTV Music Video Awards a year later on 2003.

Scott appeared as a hidden character in the video game, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003, which features three Saliva songs on the soundtrack: “Raise Up”, “Superstar”, and “Superstar II (EA Mix)”, which is exclusive to the game.

Saliva guitarist Wayne Swinny said in 2013 that Scott had decided to leave the band to pursue a solo Christian career. In October 2019, Scott announced that he would be reuniting with Saliva for a new album and tour.

Trapt

Trapt is an American rock band formed in Los Gatos, California. Eight studio albums have been recorded to date: Amalgamation (1999), Trapt (2002), Someone in Control (2005), Only Through The Pain(2008), No Apologies (2010), Reborn (2013), DNA (2016), and Shadow Work (2020), and their upcoming ninth album The Fall (2024) is set for release in May. Its lineup for all studio recordings have consisted of Chris Taylor Brown (vocals) and Pete Charell (bass), with various members filling other roles over the course of their career.

Trapt’s biggest commercial success was their 2002 debut single, “Headstrong”, which became a crossover hit to the pop charts and peaked at number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100. Though the band’s subsequent releases did not match the pop appeal of “Headstrong”, the band was able to maintain a presence in the rock market throughout the decade.

Adema

Adema is a post-grunge, alternative metal band with heavy electronica influence who began their musical adventure together in 1998 in Bakersfield and as their original lineup of Dave DeRoo, Kris Kohls, Mike Ransom, Tim Fluckey, and Mark Chavez released full-length albums Adema, Unstable, and EP Insomniac’s Dream. During this time they found themselves sharing the stage alongside of some of rock’s biggest acts at the time.

After Unstable, the band found itself facing major roadblocks in their future. The most impactful being the departure of two founding members, lead vocalist Mark Chavez, and guitarist Mike Ransom. Remaining members Tim, Dave and Kris showed exceptional resilience through the years, managing to secure a second record deal with Earache Records, continuing to tour, and releasing full-length records Planets and Kill the Headlights, followed by EP Topple the Giants.

2010 brought us their first reunion as the original 5 members. Chavez left the group, and then again in 2017 they got back together until Chavez refused several tour offers. Kris Kohls called long-time friend of the band, Ryan Shuck (Orgy, Julien-K, Dead By Sunrise). With their first major tour announced in the Fall of 2019 the band proved that it was still a relevant tour act playing to packed venues throughout North America.

Tantric

Employing a hard-hitting blend of post-grunge, modern rock, and alternative metal, Tantric emerged in 1998 and released its gold-selling eponymous debut in 2001. Featuring three-quarters of the original lineup of hitmaking post-grunge outfit Days of the New, the band released a string of Billboard charting albums and hit singles as the decade progressed. Like its mother band, Tantric also fell victim to personnel changes, and in 2007, co-founder and vocalist Hugo Ferreira entirely restaffed the group and has remained the sole constant member ever since. Subsequent efforts like 37 Channels (2013) and Mercury Retrograde (2018) continued to populate the hard rock charts.

“Astounded” went to Top Ten on the Mainstream Rock chart and reached the Modern Rock chart; and “Mourning” hit both charts. Tantric followed three years later with After We Go, which landed on the Top 100 of the album chart and produced the Top Ten Mainstream Rock hit “Hey Now”and two other tracks that charted, a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain” and the album’s title song. In late 2007, Whitener, Vest, and Tail Exited Tantric, just as they had Days of the New. Ferriera retained rights to the name, however, and he organized a new edition of Tantric with Joe Pessia (guitar), Erik Leonhardt (bass), and former Fuel member Kevin Miller (drums). With this line-up, Tantric recorded their third album, The End Begins, released by the Silent Majority Group label on April 22, 2008, prefaced by the single “Down and Out”, which reached the Top Five of the Mainstream Rock chart. By the time of the band’s fourth album, Mind Control, released August 4, 2009, Miller had been repleaced by Richie Monica, and the group had expanded to a quintet with the addition of electric violinist, Marcus Ratzenboeck.

The band moved to Pavement Entertainment for 2013’s 37 Channels, which saw Ferriera take over the majority of the songwriting and production, as well as rythm guitar, bass and piano. The LP debuted at number 24 on Billboard’s Hard Rock Albums chart. 2014’s Blue Room Archives was a hodgepodge of previously unreleased versions of remixes and newly recorded acoustic versions of early tracks like “Breakdown” and “Mourning”. In 2018 Tantric released its seventh long-player, Mercury Retrograde, which they promoted with a tour in support of Puddle of Mudd.

One Day Alive

One Day Alive is a Rock Alternative band based out of Cincinnati, OH. The band comprises of five talented musicians, including lead singer Randy Webb, guitarist Tony Russomanno, bassist Scott Ryan, guitarist Casey Davis, and drummer Garfield Redden.

One Day Alive’s music is influenced by the alternative rock genre. Their sound is a unique blend of powerfull riffs, catchy hooks, and heartfelt lyrics that resonate with their fans. The band has worked with renowned producerssuch as Jason Null co founder of the band Saving Abel and Malcolm Springer, who has credits with Matchbox Twenty and Collective Soul. The band’s colaborations with these talented producers have allowed them to create music that i snot only raw and honest but also incredibly polished and professional.

One Day Alive has made a name for themselves and their fanbase is rapidly growing. Despite their growign success, One Day Alive remains grounded and committed to their passions for music. They are constantly pushing themselves to improve their craft, and their dedication to their art is evident in every performance.

One Day Alive has had the privilege of sharing the stage with a diverse range of talented artists such as Fuel, Hinder, Smile Empty Soul, Days of the New, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Bobaflex, Taproot, Saliva, and many others. Their commitment to delivering high-energy performances has won them a loyal following and has earned them a reputation as a dynamic and exciting live act.

General Admission for this show is CHARGED. Reserved seating on our VIP Patio and Balcony is available for purchase; Limited availability. All reserved seating is priced PER SEAT along the railing and tables.

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Time

(Wednesday) 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM(GMT-05:00)

Location

Lava Cantina, The Colony

5805 Grandscape Blvd, The Colony, TX 75056

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