I have been frequenting THE KING OF CLUBS in Columbus, Ohio since they opened their doors in March of 2021. I can honestly say that I have not seen a substandard performance from any of the bands that I have had the opportunity to see. That tells me that the folks who book the entertainment know what they are doing. And this past St. Paddy’s Day was no exception, with the incomparable, Nonpoint, headlining the evening.
I have lost count as to how many times I have had the pleasure of watching Nonpoint perform. And when I say pleasure, that is exactly what I mean. They have never let me down whether it was on Shiprocked, at the Agora in Cleveland, The Machine Shop in Flint, Michigan or the latest at TKOC.
Elias Soriano was on top of his game, belting out all the new hits, plus the old staples like “Bullet with a Name on It” and newer hits such as “Chaos & Earthquakes”. Robb Rivera (drums) and Adam Woloszyn (bass) were as powerful as I have ever seen them while Rasheed Thomas blended well with newest guitarist, Jaysin Zeilstra.
Nonpoint was, as always, worth the two-hour journey south.
Opening acts for the evening were all locals and each gave riveting performances. Nine Miles Silence, Blend, Illusions and XFactor1 were all up to the task of bringing the fans to a frothy lather before the headliners took the stage.
If you weren’t there, you missed a hell of a good time!! But then when you have Nonpoint on the stage of the hottest new music venue in the Midwest, what did you expect?
Until next time this is Big L saying ‘keep those horns up and rock on!! \m/ \m/