Sons of Silver, Panoramics, Brad Yaeger and the Night Terrors

Sons of Silver


Brad Yaeger and the Night Terrors

Sat, March 2, 2019

9:00 pm

$12.00 - $15.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Sons of Silver
Sons of Silver
The most memorable music remains the most human.

It makes a connection on a physical and emotional level by displaying life’s blood, sweat and tears. It mirrors the experiences and amplifies the voices of its creators. Through real instrumentation, raw delivery and honest stories, Los Angeles quintet Sons Of Silver— Peter “Pete RG” Argyropoulos [vocals, guitar], Brina Kabler [keyboards, vocals], Adam Kury [bass], Dave Krusen [drums], and Kevin Haaland [lead guitar]—strikes a personal chord.

“We’re truly a band, first and foremost,” says Peter. “We’re collectively making music. It’s an old school approach. Get several musicians in a room together and capture a moment. All of that creates something rich and diverse. Something human.”

Under the previous name Pete RG, the group quietly attracted an impassioned fan base, worldwide. Following a pair of EPs—Lightning Strikes [2015], and Reaching for the Moon [2015]—2016’s Tender Souls album garnered critical acclaim and looks from the likes of Impose, Blank TV, and Elmore Magazine. The group toured extensively across North America playing major markets like Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston and New York. They also crossed the Atlantic, hitting London, Paris and Berlin, among others. After two years on the road, the sound evolved, as did the identity. What began as a solo artist had evolved into a band.

“Spending all that time on the road really brought us together,” he goes on. “Our whole approach changed. We were no longer a singer-songwriter project. We were a group of people equally sharing ideas. We were a band. It made sense to have a name that reflects it.” Changing from Pete RG to Sons of Silver feels like a natural progression. There’s still a connection to Peter as the front man, since Argyropoulos roughly translates to ‘Son of Silver’ in Greek. “The new songs capture all of our voices. It’s louder. It’s evolved from being centered around one person’s outlook to multiple outlooks meshing together. It’s like we went from dating to being married,” he laughs. “We’re not leaving behind what it was. We’re pushing off of it to move forward as a new entity.”

Sons Of Silver hinted at that new direction in the first single, “Watching the River Go By.” Out of the gate, it illuminated the group’s nimble sonic sensibility, veering from a propulsive rhythm into a massive chant.

Driven by airy, ethereal guitars and stark percussion, the 2019 follow-up single, “Down,” hinges on the frontman’s gruff and gritty intonation before a hypnotic and haunting hook. “The lyrics reflect what I’m thinking. Our world’s in the middle of unsettling change. We’re at each others throats. We’re left feeling like we’re not on firm ground.”

Hummable and hard-hitting riffing snaps into a catchy chorus on “Never Enough.” He admits, “The lyrics came from some people in my life who are never satisfied. I put that into the bigger picture. There seems to be a lot of unsatisfied people right now.”

In the end, Sons of Silver make rock ‘n’ roll of the most human variety.

“When you listen to us, I’d like for you to be actively inspired,” he leaves off. “Hopefully, our music encourages people to be conscious and self-aware of the impact they leave on each other and the world.”

Sons Of Silver will embark on a US West Coast Tour starting on March 2nd at The Highline in Seattle, WA.
Brad Yaeger and the Night Terrors
Brad Yaeger and the Night Terrors
Venue Information:
210 Broadway Ave E
Seattle, WA, 98122