Just as the last of the Amber Alerts are set to expire, we've received word and indication that the members of Rose Hill Drive are emerging from their self-imposed hiatus. Although the act has played a couple of dates recently, for all intents and purposes, it's been a good year and a half or so since the band was last active.
This Saturday, September 25, the former power trio -- now a quartet, with the addition of bassist Jimmy Stofer -- will be in its old stamping grounds at the Fox Theatre, playing a gig with Meniskus and Flashbulb Fires. Tickets for this all-ages show are $18.50 in advance ($22.50 at the door) and include a download card featuring a pair of new songs from the band.
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In advance of this weekend's show, you can sample both tracks,"Mr. Right" and "Setting Sun," on Rose Hill's website. Honestly, neither of the tracks -- the former recalls Nirvana with fancier fretwork, while the latter seems rather anemic compared to previous tunes -- really knocked our socks off, but it's good to see the guys getting back after it.