The dream of every rock n’ roller is to one day headline a show in New York City, plain and simple. It doesn’t matter if it’s the biggest arena or an intimate venue, for them it is all about exposure in a town that is known for breaking bands. Las Vegas’ own Otherwise have been a hot commodity on the rock circuit for the past few years. And since being signed to Century Media and releasing their debut album- “True Love Never Dies”- the boys from Sin City were primed to take the stage in Manhattan. Recently, the band’s wishes were granted when they headlined a night filled with fellow modern rockers at The Studio at Webster Hall. Our crew was in attendance, so be sure to check out our show review and pictures of Otherwise owning the stage.
As you know the story doesn’t end on the stage, and neither does our coverage. The LocalBozo.com team was thrilled to sit down with Otherwise frontman Adrian Patrick moments before this landmark night for his band. Our candid and frank conversation ran the gamut with topics ranging from playing in New York City and touring, all the way to their relationship with an ever growing fan base and overcoming tragedy. If this is your first time hearing of the guys, now is your chance to check them out before they become one of rock music’s household names. Head over to their website for more information including tour dates and news!
- The LocalBozo.com Crew