The Age Of Electric @Adelaide Hall (Fri., Nov.25th, 2016)
Images by DCQ Photography
The Age Of Electric, from Vancouver, took to the stage at Toronto’s Adelaide Hall on Friday night, the group’s original lineup’s first show in Toronto in almost 20 years.
They were created in 1989 by two sets of brothers – Todd & John Kerns and Ryan & Kurt Dahle – the group has acquired an impressive fanbase over the course of multiple album releases. Coming from the band’s 1997 Gold-selling release Make A Pest A Pet, the hit “Remote Control” was on national radio and video charts.
Following a show opening for Our Lady Peace in early 1998, The Age of Electric quietly went away after its split-up.
Todd Kerns, vocalist/guitarist, is constantly on the go! He’s busy with a number of different musical projects. In 2010, Kerns played bass with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, the backing band for Guns N Roses guitarist Slash, which turned into a world tour with Slash for a couple of years.
The members of the Age Of Electric are now a little more mature and wiser, having settled their differences at these smaller concerts. It was quite a diverse crowd as there were the original fans from their early days, fans of Slash and the Conspirators, and a new generation of fans on Friday night! A smaller venue was the best place to have these intimate reunion concerts. The lighting system wasn’t the best, but the sound system wasn’t too bad at this intimate venue. Overall the die-hard fans didn’t mind and from the set list, the fans left the hall very satisfied.
We would u like to thank Cristina Fernandes
Owner & Publicist LISTEN HARDER MUSIC PUBLICITY for the invitation to this concert.