Transcendent Events Presents


The Chance, Silent Society, Start The Scene

Sat · February 4, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$10 ADV $15 DOS

This event is all ages

Over Andover
Vocalist, Patrick Elam, and rhythm guitarist, Brendan Willis, started the band in the summer of 2012. With big dreams of making it somewhere doing something we love, we hope you enjoy our music just as much as we love making it!
The Chief End
The Chance
Vocalist Collin Athas and guitarist Leo Kern formed the band in July of 2010 in Baltimore, MD. Being friends since Kindergarten, they shared a lot of interests, including music. Originally just an acoustic project between the two of them, they decided to go electric and added lead guitarist Chaz Brown to the mix. After a couple months of writing, they went to Misty Hill Studios (East) with producers Dan Book and Alexei Misoul (Hot Chelle Rae, All Time Low, The Summer Set) to record their debut EP entitled "No Big Deal", a process they worked on for almost a year. When they weren't in the studio, they were playing around their hometown, Baltimore, Maryland, at venues like the Recher Theatre, Ottobar, and Rams Head Live!, receiving a great response to their first single, "Why Can't You Love Me." The EP was finally released in October of 2011. In 2012, after a short hiatus, they played a reunion show at the Recher Theatre in August with drummer Jack O'Connell and added him as a permanent member. During the next month, Kern departed the group due to other commitments, and Athas took the role of rhythm guitar. Currently, with a new permanent line-up, the band has been writing new songs and creating a unique sound, combining Athas' love of pop, Brown's classic rock, and O'Connell's pop-punk, making it The Chance.
Silent Society
Silent Society is a band from Baltimore with humble beginnings. Vinny, the drummer, and Chris, the guitarist, have been playing together since they were in the 6th grade, and Mark, the singer, joined the mix in the 9th grade, forming the band that we now call Silent Society. For a long time, the trio struggled with sound and purpose, but found their muse in those people around them. As Silent Society played more shows, recorded more songs, and gained more fans, they realized the incredible voice that they had given themselves, a voice that they could use to say what the people around them had no opportunity to say. By combining this inspiration with a love and appreciation for an emotional and experimental style of music, the boys in Silent Society have devoted themselves to representing those in their generation who feel unheard.
Start The Scene
Venue Information:
Baltimore Soundstage
124 Market Place
Baltimore, Maryland, 21202