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Alamance, Seven Second Circle, Hyding Jekyll, and Pretty Suspect

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Friday, April 14, 2023 - 7:00pm
Event Time: 
April 14, 2023 - 8:00pm
$10 Advance, $12 Day of Show

On Friday April 14th, the Community Center for the Performing Arts proudly welcomes Alamance, Seven Second Circle, Hyding Jekyll, and Pretty Suspect to the WOW Hall.



ALAMANCE delivers a new take on Alternative/Rock/Metal genres with a softer electronic atmosphere.This 4-piece suit founded by singer Josh Sorhagen and guitarist Matt Pryor have had many reincarnations of the band since 2004, originally taking root in New Jersey. Since that time, the band has shared the stage with acts like Yellowcard, My Chemical Romance, The Jonas Brothers, Jesse McCartney, Hidden in Plain View, Underoath, and All Time Low, among others. The band has played overseas, was on multiple dates of The Vans Warped Tour from 2006 to 2009, and has premiered on MTV. After relocating to Oregon in 2013 and the search for a new sound, they found bassist Ivan Calderon and later added drummer Ålexander Zettas, solidifying their line-up. The group is expected to release singles and content throughout the year of 2023 and perform throughout the Pacific Northwest. 

Seven Second Circle

Seven Second Circle is an American Progressive Rock band hailing from the Pacific Northwest. Forged by the Oregon/Seattle “art-rock” Post-grunge scene of the mid-90’s, 7SC has their our own unique spin on Progressive Rock.

Their debut album is a dynamic representation of what is possible in the world of Prog, creating vast musical landscapes of a wall-of-sound and going to the sheer nothingness of just a heartbeat on the turn of a dime. Throw in a sense of melody that will stick in your brain and you’ve got a recipe that the band is proud to live by.

From soft and folky to hard and extraordinary, 7SC been called Pink Floyd Meets Tool, plus this group of musicians have received preliminary Grammy Award nominations. That’s not meant to impress you, but rather provide the context for the experience you are about to enjoy.

Hyding Jekyll

Eugene’s Hyding Jekyll plays all sides of their musical personality. The band moves seamlessly between groove-laden hooks and driving riffs, between aggressive choruses and psychedelic

interludes. Currently consisting of members: Greg on vox and bass, Jeremy on drums/vox, Erek on guitar Nick on Keys. Formed in April of 2008.HJ's live debuted July 17, 2008. and the band's been going ever since.

Pretty Suspect


Pretty Suspect is a post hardcore band formed in 2019 and hailing from the Pacific Northwest. The band draws inspiration from early 2000s emo and post hardcore bands such as Emery, Underoath, Devil Wears Prada, My Chemical Romance, and Dance Gavin Dance.

Consisting of two sets of brothers, Pretty Suspect is composed of Bryce Jenks on screaming vocals and guitar, Zac Jenks on Keytar, Jaren Nichols on drums, and Colten Nichols on bass and vocals.

Forming right before the pandemic, Pretty Suspect is now actively playing shows throughout the Pacific Northwest and reaching new fans online worldwide. They have also been hard at work creating new music, with plans to release new singles and an EP this year. 

Known for their high-energy performances and passionate delivery, Pretty Suspect is a band that aims to evoke emotion and connect with their audience through their music. Their dedication to their craft and willingness to push boundaries within their genre with new tones both sets them apart and provides a familiarity of nostalgia to the bands they draw influence from.

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