Soil hit it big in 2001 with the rock radio hit â€śHalo.â€ť Led by Fort Wayne music scene veteran and Dunkirk, Indiana, native Ryan McCombs, Soilâ€™s second album, and first full-length, Scars, launched the band into headliner status on the strength of that song as well as â€śUnreal.â€ť The band visited Fort Wayne a few times on that album cycle and has appeared here many times since, both with and without McCombs.
On October 11, Soil return to the Million Dollar Stage inside Piereâ€™s, a stage they have dominated on many occasions in the past. At one point during the recording of their 2012 live album Re-Live-ing the Scars in London, McCombs compared the Soil live experience to watching â€śfour jackasses having a good time.â€ť
While they may not take themselves too seriously, this Windy City-based band consistently puts on one heck of a show and always leave the audience wanting more. Rest assured, whenever McCombs and company hit the stage, youâ€™ll get a high-energy, no-frills concert experience filled with anthemic songs like the aforementioned hits as well as â€śPride,â€ť â€śThe Hate Song,â€ť and â€śRedefine.â€ť
The Outfit, also from Chicago, and Second Season, from South Bend, will open the show.
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