- Two tickets to see Saving Abel
- When: Tuesday, May 12, at 7 p.m.
- Where: Casselman’s Bar & Venue
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
- $99 for VIP table seating for two plus one signed poster and two t-shirts (up to $195 value)
- $59 for general admission for two plus one signed poster and two t-shirts (up to $115 value)
- Their home base: Corinth, Mississippi
- Their sound: southern rock pierced with alt-metal, a genre-hopping blend that lends itself to rowdy live shows
- Their new singer: Scotty Austin, the former lead of Trash The Brand, took over vocal duties after founding member Jared Weeks left to launch a solo career in late 2013
- A few of their essential tracks: “Addicted,” “The Sex Is Good,” and “Mystify”
- What’s noteworthy about “Mystify”: the sing-along-friendly anthem appears on their Cracking the Safe EP twice, once with guitars a-blazin’ and the other as an acoustic version, which is infectious if less blaze-y
- Their latest: 2014’s Blood Stained Revolution, an album the band considers an homage to various musical inspirations including Guns N’ Roses and The Allman Brothers Band
- Causes they champion due to personal experiences: organizations devoted to veterans and autism-spectrum disorders
Cassleman's Bar and Venue
2620 Walnut St.
Denver, CO 80205