LIMA —The Make America Rock Again tour is coming to the Ohio Theatre at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Fans will enjoy four to five hours of pure rock music.
A diversity of bands will be playing such as Drowning Pool, Sick Puppies, Trapt and Creed and Art of Anarchy’s Scott Stapp.
“As far as the bands go, we’re all rock bands but we all individually have our own variation of rock, which I think makes it a unique experience for the fans. Because they’re not getting inundated with just one particular display of rock and roll. But it is all heavier edge rock and roll. I think Sick Puppies and myself do have the most pop sensibility mixed into our variation of rock, which separates us from the other bands. But it is a rock and roll experience for the fans and something they don’t want to miss. It’s a great mixture of sounds and artists,” said Scott Stapp, of the bands Creed and Art of Anarchy.
Stapp counts himself a member of the band Creed and Art of Anarchy as well as a solo artist.
“In today’s music world it’s not unusual or rare for an artist to be in multiple bands. That’s how I consider myself. I’m still a member of Creed, I’m also a member of Art of Anarchy and I also have a solo career. It’s nice as an artist to have that diversity of expression and the ability to branch off and do different things and work with different artists and still have everything. You don’t have to sacrifice or compromise at this point in my career one for the other. Having all three on the table is good for me, and I’m happy with how it’s all unfolded,” said Stapp.
Creed fans will be delighted to hear that Stapp will be performing the Creed hits that night.
“For all the Creed fans out there, know that when they come see me at a festival and a show like this, they’re getting all the Creed songs that they know and that they want to hear. It’s the closest thing you can get to a Creed show without it being billed as Creed,” said Stapp.
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