Photos: Soil & Saving Abel brought ‘Redneck Rebellion’ to Highline Ballroom (9/26)

Pics by Lina Glasir

Soil

The ‘Redneck Rebellion Tour,’ featuring co-headlining sets from hard rockers Soil and Saving Abel and a special opening set from Kirra, is in full effect and currently taking over the east coast.

Festivities descended upon New York City at Highline Ballroom for an epic party on September 26th, featuring a Soil setlist filled with favorites such as “Wide Open,” “Unreal,” “Halo,” “Breaking Me Down” and others. The band also performed their new song “Gimme Some Lovin'” (The Spencer Davis Group cover) from their recently released LP, Scream: The Essentials, on Pavement Entertainment / AFM Records.

Saving Abel brought southern revolt to the NYC stage, playing crowd-favorites such as “The Sex Is Good,” “Bringing Down the Giant,” “Mississippi Moonshine,” “18 Days,” “Addicted” and others. The gang also performed their single “Let It All Out” from their 2016 LP on Tennessippi Whiskey Records dubbed Blood Stained Revolution.

Peep exclusive live shots of Soil and Saving Abel in NYC via the gallery in this post. Check out all upcoming tour dates here.

Coming soon to Highline Ballroom:

10/10 – The Black Dahlia Murder, Suffocation, Decrepit Birth + more [win TIX!]
10/21 – 10 Years, Red, Otherwise
11/06 – Cattle Decapitation, Revocation, Full of Hell, Artificial Brain, Alekhine’s Gun

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