- Tracy Heck
No Resolve sell out The Machine Shop two nights in a row
On Saturday, April 30th, Detroit's own No Resolve took to the stage in Flint at The Machine Shop for the second of two sold-out shows.
The show was opened by Flint-based rock band Westfall and in-your-face Detroit rockers Ballz Deluxe.
Westfall kicked things off and got the packed crowd warmed up with a energetic set that included entertaining covers of Dr. Dre's "Forgot About Dre" and Biz Markie's "Just A Friend." Footage from their set can be seen here.
Ballz Deluxe kept the party rolling with a mix of older songs and some new stuff including current single "Underground," which is off of their upcoming new album. You can check out some video from their set here.
Alternative rockers No Resolve have been riding a wave of success after signing a 2020 multi-album deal with Noise Machine and gaining serious airplay with their “Never Back Down” single.
The band also caught the ear of country icon Garth Brooks with their State of Mine collaboration on their cover of his song "The Thunder Rolls" and subsequent covers including Adele's "Easy On Me" which went viral.
All three songs made appearances in Saturday's set alongside crowd favorites like "What You Deserve" and "Bad Habits." Check out some video of their set here.
With the crowd ready to explode when they took the stage, the band hit the stage running and didn't let up the rest of the set as their enthusiasm and passion traveled back and forth from the stage to the crowd and back.
Frontman Oscar Pegorraro even took to the crowd for part of "Easy On Me" as the crowd waved their lit up phones and sang along.
No Resolve will be making a return to The Machine Shop for another sold-out show, this time with Hinder on Tuesday, June 14th.
The band will also be releasing two new tracks: a cover of "Danger Zone" and a new original in Crossfire, which can be pre-saved here and here.