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You choose the playlist.  Then you come to the Rock & Roll Mansion and talk about the songs.  All you need to do is sign up here and then watch your email.


Question one - Who are you?

Melody Vermost

Question two - Why do you love hard rock?

I went to high school in the '90s when the grunge era started and I'll always love that type of music. But, hard rock has always spoken to me.  Whether I’m feeling mad or happy, there’s always a song to fit the mood!  Plus, I love going to hard rock concerts & love the people I interact with there.  The rock community takes care of each other. I started taking my 7-year-old to concerts 2 years ago. People and bands are great with her!! She loves it just as much!! She's got her own pick and drumstick collection now!!

Question three - Who is your favorite band/artist?

Saul and Chevelle

Question four - What is the best concert you've ever seen?

This one is tough.  One of my favorites was back in 2000 when the Red Hot Chili Peppers & Foo Fighters were at The Mark. I made my way up to the front row & it was pretty amazing!!   In recent years, my favorites in concert have been Avatar, Nothing More, Saul, Nonpoint, and Sevendust.

My Playlist:

  1. Saul – A Million Miles
  2. Chevelle – An Evening With El Diablo
  3. Gemini Syndrome – Remember We Die
  4. Sleep Token – Alkaline
  5. Incubus – A Certain Shade of Green
  6. Burden of the Sky – The Flood
  7. Nothing More – Jenny
  8. Spiritbox – Circle with Me
  9. Avatar – A Secret Door
  10. Any Given Sin – Calm Before the Storm
  11. Nonpoint – Breaking Skin
  12. Trivium – Until the World Goes Cold
  13. Bad Omens – The Death of Peace of Mind

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