Whitehall finishes out their Spring Break tour with a party of a show in their hometown
Last Saturday, Whitehall wrapped up their Spring Break Tour in their home city of Charleston, SC. They were joined by Clemson rockers, Daddy’s Beemer and Public Safety coming all the way from Denver, CO to bring some extra soulful vibes. This party of a show took place at The Music Farm!
Daddy’s Beemer kicked off the fun with their nice blend of chill-rock sounds. These guys got the already full room of people in the mood to sing and dance along all night. They give an amazing performance and draw you in with their enticing lyrics.
Funk-rockers, Public Safety took to the stage next owning it from the minute they walked on. Lead singer, Bear Buscher demands attention be given to their performance with his powerful vocals and swift movements across the stage. They played many originals as well as some covers, including a crowd favorite “Pony.” Public Safety was a great addition to the show!
Whitehall was set to kick off the last hours of fun! This 5-piece group from Charleston packs in many different sounds ranging from rock to jazz- they’ve got it all! They performed with such high-energy and the crowd was loving every single moment of their set! You could tell the band was also enjoying every moment, dancing and jamming with each other on stage as well as taking a seat on the couch that was set on stage; pausing for a moment to just look at the crowd and soak it all in. A favorite song from the night was them performing their newest single “Vacation Home.” The song has the perfect vibes to set the mood for of course, The Spring Break Tour itself and for the summer ahead.
All three bands left the crowd with a wonderful memory of a night. Great music and great times shared with friends from all around. I am sure we can expect more new music soon from Whitehall in the near future, so keep an eye on them!
Coverage by Mia Naome
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