BottleRock 2022: Who Killed It On The Truly Stage!
This year at BottleRock 2022 is was all going down at the Truly stage or as we like to call it the Vans Warped Tour Stage. The Truly stage was the place to be for the new rock music.
The Truly stage had high octane rock music that everyone loves. It was the most lit spot in the festival during the earlier hours of the day. Continue on to see who lit it up at BottleRock 2022…
CelebnMusic247.com was front and center all weekend at BottleRock, but we had a delay with our photo galleries since we unfortunately tested positive for COVID after the festival, and can I say it really kicked my @SS.
Anyways, we are all better now, and back on track to give you the highlights you want to see from the festival.
BottleRock 2022: Royal & The Serpent Was Infectious:
Royal & the Serpent is a New Jersey native named Ryan Santiago who relocated to Los Angeles to pursue a professional career as a musician. On her moniker, she has explained that “‘Royal & the Serpent’ translates to ‘Me + My Ego'”. Royal made her debut with her first single “Temperance” in 2017. She has continued to release more music in 2018 and in 2020 Royal debut EP Get a Grip was released in October.
Here are Royal & The Serpent highlights direct from the Truly Stage:
Bastardane was insane on The Truly stage:
Sludge and Melodic rock band Bastardane killed it as they took no prisoners during their BottleRock 2022 performance. Bastardane played the same day as Metalica and FYI James Hetfield’s son Castro Hetfield plays percussion and background vocals alongside guitarist Ethan Sirotzki and Lead singer and bass Jake Benn.
What you may not have known is dad James Hetfield was watching from backstage and he couldn’t have been more proud of his sons band.
The Happy Fits were a good time on a hot day:
The Happy Fits is an American trio comprising Calvin Langman, Ross Monteith, and Luke Davis. Their mix of rocking guitars and electric cello created a unique dynamic, blending their love of rock artists like The Black Keys and folk bands like The Violent Femmes. The reminded us of Smash Mouth because of their stage presence and energy.