Rival Sons took to the stage Thursday night on the heels of their ‘Late Late Show with James Corden’ appearance
Rival Sons, the blues rock band had the audience grooving and shaking at The Fonda in Los Angeles this past Thursday night closing out their successful North American tour.
The show was a rowdy, fun and loud one from the get go. The opener The Sheepdogs (a Canadian rock band formed in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) whose set was a lively and jovial one even featured trombone on one of the songs. By the time Rival Sons took to the stage The Fonda was packed (it was a sold out show) and the audience was ready for them to come out. The band hit the stage tearing into the set with such electricity you could tell the crowd was loving it. Rival Sons is a band that is very reminiscent of old school rock and roll. Their show at The Fonda proved that with fans feeding off the high energy of the band. Rival Sons had the entire venue rocking. You can view my photo gallery from the show below and thanks for the invite out Elektra Music Group!