SOil Brought Some Great Hard Rockin’ Tunes To Oddbody’s In Dayton, Ohio – Check Out Our Photos Of The Show!

Hard Rockers SOiL are currently on tour with Saving Abel as the Redneck Rebellion Tour and we were able to catch up with them at their stop in Dayton, Ohio.  SOiL has been around since 1997 and recently released a new album “SCREAM: The Essentials” which features greatest hits from the band and SOiL’s version of “Gimme Some Lovin'”.

The show in Dayton, Ohio was at Oddbody’s Music Room and was packed by the time Saving Abel went on.  Saving Abel put on a great set and got the crowd prepped for SOiL’s turn to take the stage.

SOiL took the stage as the venue appeared to have little room for any other fans, it was packed!  Lead singer Ryan McCombs took the stage, grabbed the microphone and kicked off the show with the songs “Wide Open” and “Hate Song”.  The band then tore into the heart of their set including a Drowning Pool cover “37 Stitches”, and SOiL’s version of the the song performed in the Blues Brothers movie, “Gimme Some Lovin'”.  As the night came to an end SOiL finished up with their big hit “Halo” and finally “Breaking Me Down”.

SOiL never disappoints!  Check out this tour when it hits your town!

Check out our photos of the show, links, and their video for “Gimme Some Lovin'” below.




Band Members:
Ryan McCombs – Vocals
Tim King – Bass
Adam Zadel – Guitar
Mitch Gable – Drums

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