Best known to many as the band behind the “My Own Worst Enemy” single and A Place in the Sun album back in ’99, some here in SoCal might remember that the OC band were initially called Razzle and strutted their hair metal stuff on the Strip before turning to pop-punk.
They’re performing a livestreamed show from Nashville on Thursday, and it sounds like it’ll be a riot.
“Lit invites small groups of friends and family to gather to watch and experience FANS technology,” reads the website. “With Be In The Stream, you and your friends can be ‘seen on camera’ and become part of the show! We encourage FANS to decorate their space, rock out, and let loose to double their chances of being broadcast on the Brooklyn Bowl Nashville’s iconic screens. Be In The Stream is free and available to all tuning in. Die-hard fans can have an extra special experience with the House Party Ticket, which guarantees screen time in the venue!”
Tune in at 7 p.m. PT on Thursday, October 7, here.
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