Marching In Time by Tremonti is by far one of the best albums that has been released this year and now is looking to take best live stream of the year. To celebrate the release of their latest album, fans were treated to a live stream that highlighted the brand-new album while also paying homage to the past albums that the band has released. This was a juggernaut of a setlist at an amazingly valued price.
Tremonti started the stream of with the intro song of their first album “A World Away” and from that moment, everyone was extremely aware that the band had passion in these new songs. Tremonti sounded so great that one would have to ask, “have they played these songs before”? Everyone involved in this stream took great care, from the camera work all the way to the musicians themselves. This was a fantastic way to celebrate a fantastic album.
Everything in this live stream was perfect starting with the production itself. The lights and flashes were there as needed, but it was kept simple when need. There was a wonderful balance of focusing on each band member and giving them time on camera. Mark did speak to the viewers but that was subtle, as he wanted to focus on the new music. Technical difficulties can also come with the wonders of streaming anything, but there was none of this. Everything was planned out and the stream itself worked like a charm.
Tremonti played certain songs from each album including all the favorites. The focus was of course the new album. There was a nice balance between songs and the pacing felt perfect and nothing seemed out of place. One could easily tell there was some time taken to choose which new songs to focus on while also making sure the fans are pleased. The band did a wonderful job and achieved what they wanted to do.
Overall, the stream was awesome, balancing a great production with an amazing sound, setlist, and stage. Doing a live stream of a new album allows fans to enjoy all the contents from their living room. While some may not think this is ideal, it is nice to be able to watch a favorite band in a comfort zone and this also helps people that may not be able to see shows for whatever reason. Tremonti has always been great live, and they proved that yet again by putting this together so we could all celebrate this collection of work with him.
Fans can find Tremonti supporting Daughtry on the following tour dates:
Tuesday, November 2nd- The Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center in Cincinnati, Ohio
Wednesday, November 3rd- Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee
Saturday, November 6th- Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel in Providence, Rhode Island
Sunday, November 7th- State Theatre in Portland, Maine
Tuesday, November 9th- The Rapids Theater in Niagara Falls, New York
Wednesday, November 10th- Landmark Theatre in Syracuse, New York
Friday, November 12th- Borgata in Atlantic City, New Jersey
Saturday, November 13th- The Fillmore in Silver Spring, Maryland
Sunday, November 14th- Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut
Tuesday, November 16th- Wellmont Theater in Montclair, New Jersey
Wednesday, November 17th- The Paramount in Huntington, New York
Friday, November 19th- Murat Theatre in Indianapolis, Indiana
Saturday, November 20th- Stage AE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Sunday, November 21st- Royal Oak Music Theatre in Royal Oak, Michigan
Tuesday, November 23rd- The Factory in Chesterfield, Michigan
Wednesday, November 24th- The Corbin Arena in Corbin, Kentucky
Saturday, November 27th- Rialto Square Theatre in Joliet, Illinois
Monday, November 29th- Mission Ballroom in Denver, Colorado
Tuesday, November 30th- The Complex in Salt Lake City, Utah
Thursday, December 2nd- San Jose Civic in San Jose, California
Wednesday, December 3rd- Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno, Nevada
Friday, December 5th- The Theater at Virgin Hotels in Las Vegas, Nevada
Saturday, December 6th- The Novo in Los Angeles, California
Monday, December 8th- Abraham Chavez Theater in El Paso, Texas
Wednesday, December 10th- The Factory in Deep Ellum in Dallas, Texas
Thursday, December 11th- 713 Music Hall in Houston, Texas
Saturday, December 13th- Fillmore in New Orleans, Louisiana
Monday, December 15th- Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta, Georgia
Tuesday, December 16th- Ruth Eckard Hall in Clearwater, Florida
Wednesday, December 17th- Hard Rock Live in Orlando, Florida
For tickets and further information on any of the shows listed above, click here.
Fans can check out the music video for “Now and Forever” by Tremonti below: