National band plays for their hometown in Ferris
By 10/19/2006 00:00:00
The Ellis County Press
FERRIS - Alternative rock band Neverset, remaining true to their vow never to forget their roots, are returning to Ferris to rock Slick's Bar Friday night.
Two area bands, Red Oak's Inansenselost and Ferris' For Better, For Worse were scheduled to get the crowd pumped up before Neverset takes the stage.
'We want to show people we aren't too big to come play our hometown,' vocalist and Ferris native Shawn Hamm said.
'This is to thank everyone who has ever helped us and supported us.'
The band was promising a complete professional show with officers providing security as the professional light and sound set up rock the club.
Three years ago, Neverset was just another band trying to get their music to the masses. Now they are being played on the top rock radio stations across the country.
'Starting in December, we will be doing our first headlining tours,' Hamm said.
Just recently they released their first full-length CD, 'Behind Every Door' with 12 songs band members have written themselves.
Hamm provides vocals, Bryce Frazier plays guitar and provides vocals, Bric Chaney is also on guitar/vocals, Joseph Kuban plays bass guitar and Nate Garrett plays drums.
Doors open at 8 p.m. with the first band scheduled to perform about 9 p.m.
With a flat admission fee of $10, all ages were welcomed to attend the concert.
However, a valid identification would be required for admission as alcohol would be flowing for people over 21 years old.
Slicks's Bar is located at 1148 Mark Roberts Road in Ferris.