Theory 13 review
By Shane O’Dwyer
Recently I had the privilege to catch my first live show with Theory 13 at Tammany Hall in Worcester. Minka and TESTER opened the show. The two bands played extremely well, so it gave me the idea that Theory 13 would do awesome, and I was right, Theory 13 gave an amazing performance.
Members of Theory 13 includes Alec Fornaciari on lead vocals and guitar, Aart Knyff on lead guitar, Mike Landry on bass and last, but not least, Kevin Figueiredo on drums. What I liked most about this band was that each of the members were all equally very talented and in perfect balance, which made the music sound great live. It seemed as if Knyff had got guitar lessons from Hendrix, Figueiredo got drum lessons from John Densmore, and Landry got bass lessons from John Entwistle.
Let’s not forget about lead vocalist Fornaciari, who performed flawlessly and sounded as if he was being played off a recorded and edited album! I enjoyed every minute of the show, and judging from the crowd, others felt the same. Theory 13 has dedicated fans who truly love the music.
Which makes me ask myself, “Why aren’t these guys huge yet?” They should be ~ so check out this band. Theory 13 is available on iTunes; Don’t worry these guys don’t mess with Auto-Tune.
Check out Theory 13 live at The Lucky Dog in Worcester on Aug. 17 and on the band’s Facebook page at facebook.com/theory13music. The music video for Theory 13’s new son “Right Now” can be seen on YouTube at youtube.com/watch?v=g1Lq4GZQzcI.