Not sure if Bluestone will be to ’90s alternative rock what the Alrosa is to ’80s hair metal, but recent bookings suggest that the relatively new Columbus hotspot will be a nostalgic venue for the working professional crowd. Following last week’s Gin Blossoms show, Bluestone follows it up Monday night with Fuel, known for hits such as “Shimmer”, “Hemorrhage (In My Hands)” and “Bad Day”. As is the case with many bands from this era that are still touring, Fuel’s down to one original member, singer Brett Scallions, but the band’s guaranteed to play the hits.
Check out this epic 9+ minute video that Pale made for “Catastrophic Skies” last year and then read my review of their 2011 release, In the Time of Dangerous Men.
Doors open at 6pm, first band on at 7pm. Tickets are $15.