Smile Empty Soul

Mon May 3 2021

7:30 PM - 11:45 PM (Doors 6:30 PM)

Pop's Concert Venue

401 Monsanto Ave Sauget, IL 62201

$10 advance, $15 day of show

All Ages

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    Smile Empty Soul

    Alternative Rock

    Smile Empty Soul was a heavy alternative trio formed while its three members were still in Santa Clarita, CA, high schools. Led by singer/guitarist Sean Danielson, the band also included drummer Derek Gledhill and bassist Ryan Martin. After honing their sound with numerous hometown gigs, Smile Empty Soul began venturing to the Sunset Strip, and eventually passed a demo to Todd Parker of the Los Angeles indie ThroBack. That exposure led to a deal with Jason Flom's Lava imprint, which was expanding in the wake of early signee Kid Rock's white-hot success. The trio hooked up with producer John Lewis Parker, who was at the helm for their self-titled debut, issued by Lava in May 2003. With its screeching guitars and Danielson's rage-filled vocals, the album was indebted to the alternative sounds of the early '90s. ~ Johnny Loftus, Rovi

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Pop's Presents

Smile Empty Soul

Mon May 3 2021 7:30 PM - 11:45 PM

(Doors 6:30 PM)

Pop's Concert Venue Sauget IL
Smile Empty Soul

$10 advance, $15 day of show All Ages

Smile Empty Soul

Smile Empty Soul

Alternative Rock

Smile Empty Soul was a heavy alternative trio formed while its three members were still in Santa Clarita, CA, high schools. Led by singer/guitarist Sean Danielson, the band also included drummer Derek Gledhill and bassist Ryan Martin. After honing their sound with numerous hometown gigs, Smile Empty Soul began venturing to the Sunset Strip, and eventually passed a demo to Todd Parker of the Los Angeles indie ThroBack. That exposure led to a deal with Jason Flom's Lava imprint, which was expanding in the wake of early signee Kid Rock's white-hot success. The trio hooked up with producer John Lewis Parker, who was at the helm for their self-titled debut, issued by Lava in May 2003. With its screeching guitars and Danielson's rage-filled vocals, the album was indebted to the alternative sounds of the early '90s. ~ Johnny Loftus, Rovi

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