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Former members of HeadEast, Shooting Star, and Contagious and the vocals Ed Callison and Nashville vocalist Leslie Craig bring you Skynyrd and Southern Rock.

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Divine Sorrow is a complex mixture of heavy atmospheric rock and analytically driven lyrics with strong melodic tendencies. The bands tenured musicianship provides strong live performance. Divine Sorrow's accomplishments include "Charter Center Stage" Best Unsigned Band, as well as St. Louis River Front Times readers choice "Best St. Louis Rock Band" and "Best Rock Album of 2012". Divine Sorrow's debut album "Tales of Descension" released May 2012, has grabbed fans an



Founded by guitarist/songwriter Richie Tiberghien 1995, S.O.N. played their first show opening for Extreme at Mississippi Nights on the St. Louis Landing and were enthusiastically received by the unsuspecting crowd of guitar enthusiasts. Rewinding a year from then finds Richie leaving successful local cover band Bazooka Joe and taking with him drummer Damone Wittman and bassist Dave Boser and recruiting longtime friend, mentor and guitar-acrobat Danny Johnson. The music they began writing was complex and aggressive with a beautifully-contrasting sense of melody that required more of a crooner than a screamer. Enter: Dan Coleman. The band wrote and recorded at a feverish rate but struggled to gain much of a foothold in the decaying St. Louis music scene. They won the Riverfront Battle of the Bands the following year before disbanding in 1998. The return of Seventh of Never promises more well-crafted, adventurous epics and perhaps the miles in between will lend an even more mature palette to a songwriting team already beyond their years.