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December 30th - i90's with Case in Point (reunion Show)


  • Sherlocks 508 State Street Erie, PA, 16501 United States (map)

https://www.facebook.com/caseinpointmusic/

The “doc” of rock...the real “doc of rock” is Ian Bowers. Ian’s not only studying to become just that, he has also been slapping bass for years. Ian brings years of song writing capability to the band and his melodic vocals can put you on life support! Ian’s influences include Paul Mccartney, Jazz music, and what bass player wouldn’t throw Flea in for good measure! He is a great front man for this trio and a great master of the stage. Ian gives the “bottom end” the prescription it needs! A Berklee College of Music standout: Cory J spent four years getting the skills necessary to be at the top of his game in this band! It always starts with the pots and pans in the kitchen and then next thing you know, he’s got a double bass drum set and can’t keep his hands and feet still. Cory is a master at his trade and has the resume to prove just that. Cory has worked with great talent like Mike Mangini of “Dream Theatre” and Rod Morgenstein of “Winger” and “Dixie Dreg". While hanging in Boston, he also planted his great technique and skill with the band “convey” with hours of studio time and performing live. Cory’s influences include Neil Pert,John Bonham, and Chad Smith. His style is majestic and missing a beat is not an option for this virtuoso! New kid on the block: Dylan Thomas is the newest member of CASE IN POINT, but has been around them long enough to step in to rock. Dylan is currently counting the numbers as a finance major at Gannon University but there is no mathematical mistake that he can play six strings with precision and grace. Dylan has superior vocal talent and handles harmonies with impeccable precision. His influences are Angus Young, John Frusciante, Alex Lifeson and the many rock concerts and stage shows that he has attended He is not a noobie when it comes to the stage either. He has plenty of theatre performances and band gigs to prove his worth!

The “doc” of rock...the real “doc of rock” is Ian Bowers. Ian’s not only studying to become just that, he has also been slapping bass for years. Ian brings years of song writing capability to the band and his melodic vocals can put you on life support! Ian’s influences include Paul Mccartney, Jazz music, and what bass player wouldn’t throw Flea in for good measure! He is a great front man for this trio and a great master of the stage. Ian gives the “bottom end” the prescription it needs!

A Berklee College of Music standout: Cory J spent four years getting the skills necessary to be at the top of his game in this band! It always starts with the pots and pans in the kitchen and then next thing you know, he’s got a double bass drum set and can’t keep his hands and feet still. Cory is a master at his trade and has the resume to prove just that. Cory has worked with great talent like Mike Mangini of “Dream Theatre” and Rod Morgenstein of “Winger” and “Dixie Dreg". While hanging in Boston, he also planted his great technique and skill with the band “convey” with hours of studio time and performing live. Cory’s influences include Neil Pert,John Bonham, and Chad Smith. His style is majestic and missing a beat is not an option for this virtuoso!

New kid on the block: Dylan Thomas is the newest member of CASE IN POINT, but has been around them long enough to step in to rock. Dylan is currently counting the numbers as a finance major at Gannon University but there is no mathematical mistake that he can play six strings with precision and grace. Dylan has superior vocal talent and handles harmonies with impeccable precision. His influences are Angus Young, John Frusciante, Alex Lifeson and the many rock concerts and stage shows that he has attended He is not a noobie when it comes to the stage either. He has plenty of theatre performances and band gigs to prove his worth!

Remember when music didn't suck?!!!! Well, let us take you on a trip back to when Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains, Green Day etc. ruled the airwaves. Influences Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains, Nirvana, Green Day, The Smashing Pumpkins, Rage Against The Machine, Live, Stone Temple Pilots, Soundgarden, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sublime, Radiohead, etc.

Remember when music didn't suck?!!!! Well, let us take you on a trip back to when Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains, Green Day etc. ruled the airwaves.

Influences

Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains, Nirvana, Green Day, The Smashing Pumpkins, Rage Against The Machine, Live, Stone Temple Pilots, Soundgarden, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sublime, Radiohead, etc.