WHEN: Saturday, March 17th @ 8:00PM
WHERE: Muze Lounge
Let ilani help you re-live the 90’s this March! A major player throughout the post-grunge boom of the late 90’s, Lit will grace the Muze stage on Saturday, March 17th at 8:00PM for free! Take a trip down memory lane with some of their most memorable hits such as “My Own Worst Enemy,” “Miserable,” “Zip-Lock” and more! Join us to enjoy a night of great music, drinks and memories you won’t ever forget! There is never a cover charge and never a minimum so there is no excuse to miss out!
Since their formation in the mid-90’s, Lit has paved a unique path to success that continues on today. Their hit records A Place in the Sun (1999) and Atomic (2001) spawned mega-singles “My Own Worst Enemy,” “Zip-Lock,” “Miserable,” and “Lipstick and Bruises” as well as a decade of sold-out crowds, major label deals, international tours, an 11-week No.1 single, and a platinum record, all fueled by a dedicated and active fan base. Their road to success has now taken them down a new path, since 2012 Lit has been actively touring, writing, recording, and switching lanes over to Country.
They’ve shared the stage with some of the biggest names in Country like Dustin Lynch and Chase Rice. They’ve toured with A Thousand Horses. They’ve landed cuts on Colt Ford, Heidi Newfield, and Jamey Johnson records. They’ve written with prolific writers like Jeffrey Steele, Jonathan Singleton, and Corey Crowder. Lit’s own original Country songs have been road-tested and seamlessly integrated into their nightly setlist and the fans don’t miss a beat – It’s the same high-octane rock show they’ve gotten since the beginning.
Country music came to Lit more than Lit came to Country music. They are a prime example of artists taking risks, as the lines that used to define genres get blurrier by the day. CMT recently premiered the video for Lit’s single “Fast,” and it topped the CMT Music 12 Pack Countdown at #1 and was Top 5 for 12 weeks. Exciting things are in store for this ageless band!
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