Thursday, May 19, 2011

The Maine bestow rock wisdom upon Ft. Lauderdale

Arizona pop-rockers The Maine brought a sense of charm and sensibility to Ft. Lauderdale’s Revolution Wednesday night, offering up life lessons to the teens and twenty-somethings in the crowd.

"Life is very precious," singer John O'Callaghan said.

"Graduate from school, and please, somebody in this room become president."

The rockers, now in their 4th year together, seemed to be tighter than ever during the show, belting tracks from 2010’s Black and White ("Listen to your heart," "Don’t Stop Now"), a slowed-down "Everything I Ask For," and a few unreleased tracks.

Guitarist Jared Monaco even threw in a guitar solo from Def Leppard's "Pour Some Sugar On Me!"

Thanks for the memories!

[By Courtney Atias]

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