The world needs big rock bands

EverIgnite is preparing to fill those shoes. With big guitars, big choruses, and big hooks – the Denver quartet have set their sights on creating the kind of live energy and uplifting atmosphere often found at arena size concerts. Though still young to the world in their late twenties, the group has over 35 years of experience writing, recording, and touring the country.

Led by singer/guitarist Chad Anthony, the band prides themselves in writing engaging material and delivering the goods in the live setting. Anthony, a long time drummer, has found his home after stepping out from behind the skins and fulfilling his ultimate calling as a front-man. After leaving his last band, the multi-instrumentalist spent the next year writing and recording an entire album by himself, which would become EverIgnite’s debut album ‘SHIFT’, released on September 28th, 2018.

Anthony’s love of writing anthemic rock songs is complimented by lead guitarist Kris Litman’s vast array of technical skills, coming from a guitar-centric metal background. On the low end is Josh Rosa, a Nashville native who stayed loyal to his punk roots despite growing up in the heart of country music. Rounding out the lineup is Jackson Ruggiero on drums. Ruggiero, whose father is also a long time drummer, grew up with drumsticks in hand and has developed his own voice on the kit that draws from a wide spectrum of influences.  

The young rock outfit believe strongly in writing meaningful and authentic music that connects with people on a visceral level and cultivates a sense of togetherness in an often divisive world. At its essence, EverIgnite is more than just a band, it’s a way of life. It’s acknowledging the ups and downs of this world all while living each day to the fullest.

Despite only having been a band since early 2018, the boys of EverIgnite have already released a full length album, filmed multiple videos, and gained significant notoriety in the scene with strong live performances across the Midwest. With experience in their corner, they are poised to move swiftly and make a name for themselves.

In a genre that is widely dominated by industry veterans, it’s time for some fresh blood to step up and carry the torch to ensure that future generations will never miss out on the magic of a big rock show.