On February 21, 2015, National act, Tantric will be performing at Oddbody's Music Room in Dayton, Ohio. Dayton rock band, Able Danger will be opening the show.
Online PR News – 16-December-2014 – Dayton, Ohio – 2014 proved to be a successful first year for Dayton rock band Able Danger. They performed at 34 shows, released their debut EP, "Chaos," reached radio airwaves on multiple Cincinnati radio stations with their first single, "Escape," and performed on Television for a special acoustic performance live on Fox 45 in the morning. Able Danger opened for multiple national rock bands in 2014, to include, Sick Puppies, Saliva, and Trapt. They look to continue this trend in 2015 as they open for national artist, Tantric, on February 21st at Oddbody's Music Room in Dayton, OH. Tickets are only $15 in advance and $20 the day of the show.
Able Danger was formed in October of 2013 from members of former band, Hereafter. Guitarist Chris Stewart moved back to Ohio from Florida and was invited into the band. Stewart's sound changed the overall dynamic of the band and that justified changing the band name from Hereafter to Able Danger. Stewart had been out of music completely for seven years until joining Able Danger. "Starting over from the ground up is alot of work, but it is very worth it." - stated Stewart "I was very lucky to be invited into a band of very talented musicians and great people."
Able Danger's debut EP, "Chaos," is available on Itunes, Spotify, and Google Play. Physical CD's are available at any of their shows.
For more information about Able Danger, please visit www.abledangermusic.com or connect with them on facebook at www.facebook.com/abledangermusic