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The Struts Ignite Louisville with Electrifying Performance on the Remember The Name Tour

by Shannon Flack November 12, 2023

Luke Spiller of The Struts ay Mercury Ballroom in Louisville, KY (Shannon Flack)

The second leg of the Remember The Name tour kicked off in Louisville, KY, and The Struts, with opener Mac Saturn, set the stage ablaze in a night that will be etched in the memories of fans for years to come.

Mac Saturn with the packed house at Mercury Ballroom (Shannon Flack)

Mac Saturn, the opener for the evening, brought an energy that perfectly complemented the high-octane vibe of The Struts. As the crowd eagerly anticipated the first performance since the release of The Struts' latest album, Pretty Vicious, Mac Saturn delivered a memorable set that set the tone for the night. Their eclectic sound and engaging stage presence left the audience hungry for more.

And more they got when The Struts took the stage. The anticipation reached a fever pitch as the band, led by the charismatic Luke Spiller, burst into a setlist that seamlessly blended their classic hits with the infectious tracks from Pretty Vicious. The performance showcased not only the band's musical prowess but also their ability to command a crowd.

The atmosphere inside the venue was electric, with fans donning light-up red devil horns in homage to The Struts' anthemic track, "Too Good at Raising Hell." The visual spectacle created by the sea of glowing red horns added an extra layer of excitement to an already dynamic performance.

Luke Spiller's stage presence was nothing short of mesmerizing. His energy, swagger, and connection with the audience turned the venue into a roaring sea of enthusiastic fans. The band's chemistry was palpable, with each member contributing to the sonic tapestry that defines The Struts' signature sound.

The inclusion of tracks from Pretty Vicious injected a fresh energy into the set, with songs like Rockstar resonating particularly well with the crowd. The seamless transition between the new material and the beloved classics demonstrated The Struts' ability to evolve while staying true to their roots.

Adam Slack, guitarist for The Struts, in Lousiville, KY (Shannon Flack)

The lighting and visual effects added another layer of spectacle to the concert, enhancing the overall experience for the audience. The synergy between the music, lights, and the animated crowd created a sensory feast that left everyone in attendance thoroughly entertained.

In conclusion, The Struts' opening night of the second leg of the Remember The Name tour in Louisville, KY, was a triumph. With Mac Saturn setting the stage on fire and The Struts delivering a performance for the ages, it was a night that showcased the enduring appeal and infectious energy of this remarkable band. The crowd, adorned with red devil horns, left the venue buzzing with excitement, a testament to the unforgettable evening of rock 'n' roll that unfolded in Louisville.


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