The historic War Memorial Auditorium, located in Nashville, Tennessee, was the scene for performances on Aug. 17, 2011 by the American rock group Evanescence, the Canadian rock band Art of Dying, and American alternative rock group Fools For Rowan.
Big 3 News Entertainment Contributor TrgdyAnn and her daughter were on hand to experience the 8 p.m. show on the crescent-shaped stage.
“I took my daughter to her first show and it did my heart good to see her having such a great time,” TrgdyAnn reported. “It may be the only thing she talks about for the next few days, but times like these are priceless and worth every second of future memories!”
The mother/daughter duo got backstage for exclusive pictures with Art of Dying, and interviewed Tavis, the guitar player, from the band.
“We’re about to play a show in about a half an hour, hanging out on the side,” Tavis said. “I love Nashville. I had some really great chicken wings earlier at a pub.”
Tavis said Art of Dying has an upcoming tour called “Uproar” in a few weeks all over America. From Nashville, they were headed north to Milwaukee, then on to Canada.
TrgdyAnn also spoke with Rachel from the band Fools For Rowan, a native of Nashville.
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TrgdyAnn was born in Montgomery, Alabama -- the home of F. Scott Fitzgerald's wife, Zelda, and the final resting place of Hank Williams, Sr. She is a frequent Tweeter and she blogs and vlogs often. TrgdyAnn played drums for 10 years, and studied with Yanni's Percusioninst. She now owns her own Gothic / Alternative Boutique and hosts a music request show on the social broadcasting site BlogTV.