Mixing melodic pop-rock with grooving almost-dance beats, the Las Vegas ensemble delivered a high-energy performance that had every teenage girl screaming at the top of their lungs … the entire time. This was The Cab’s first headlining show in a while, and lead vocalist Alexander Michael DeLeon exclaimed to a packed house, “They said no one would show up.” The band played a lot of material from its August release, Symphony Soldier, including “Endlessly,” a song penned with Bruno Mars. The very sexual “Animal” featured a chunky guitar groove and a sweet solo by lead guitarist, Frank Sidoris. DeLeon sang a few stripped-down songs with best friend/band mate, Alex Marshall on the piano. After an encore, The Cab closed with their new single “Bad,” and the entire room sang along. ★★★★☆
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