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The Score rocks Denver

Up and coming band packs the house at one of many concert destinations

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The Score rocks Denver

Liliana Lara and Mikayla Schwartz

Liliana Lara and Mikayla Schwartz

Liliana Lara and Mikayla Schwartz

Liliana Lara and Mikayla Schwartz

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Music is what feeds the soul, but, for the band The Score, music has not always been easy. In 2015, Edan Dover and Eddie Anthony decided  to write music for other musicians. Little did they know, they would soon find themselves writing the song “Oh My Love.” This song led them to producing music with Republic Records. Soon enough, “Oh My Love” was the number one most shazamed song from a Asda supermarkets advertisement. Once their music career took flight, the band finally decided to go on tour, including Denver as one of their stops on October, 9.

Vocalist and pianist Edan Dover and guitar player Eddie Anthony perform closing song “Legend.”

 

I had no idea what to expect. I had the vision of a large crowd with young teenagers in the party zone and security stopping the roaring crowd, but I could not have been more wrong. A room filled with people of all ages awaited me. Traffic cones acted as the security, stopping all traffic to the stage. Once I walked into The Larimer Lounge, a local photographer named Lachlan, approached us and struck up a conversation. He spoke about his career and how photography was his passion. He said something in which I will never forget, he said, “Just capture the moment.” This inspired me to not only take pictures for an assignment, but to actually capture the emotion and tone of the night.

Edan Dover hits the keyboard during the band’s hit song “Revolution.”

The moment the lights dropped and The Score’s triangle emblem lit up the stage, the mood in the room shifted. Everyone, once so loud, stopped in awe. The one step platform, filled with cords, became a luminescent grand stage. Hands raised at the sight of two silhouettes. The moment we had all been waiting for had finally come. Eddie Anthony and Edan Dover took up the stage. Each song was better than the last; the crowd’s energy escalated with each new song.

Edan Dover vocalizes the song “Who I Am.”

After the concert, I was given the once in a lifetime opportunity to talk to these amazing artists. They told me, “When we were here two years ago, one third of this room was filled with people, but now this room is packed with people and excitement. It is all thanks to our fans!” This band is still fighting its way to the top, but they are definitely going in the right direction. This was a truly outstanding performance put on by profound artists. The Score will be expected to play on Thursday October 18 in Los Angeles, California.

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