Any Max Bemis fan knows that this singer has the pipes to impress anyone that sees his perform live
and in person. Being there for any of these upcoming shows is something that simply can't be duplicated by sitting at home
and throwing on one of your favorite Say Anything albums. It's all about the atmosphere and the way the music takes over an
entire building when it's performed live. Max Bemis is ready to rock the house, and you can be there to see it all happen
right before your very eyes when Bemis teams up with Matt Pryor at The Shelter in Detroit, MI on December 5th.
that month, on December 12th, Bemis and Pryor will be hitting The Studio at Webster Hall in New York, NY. Bemis will surely
be looking to rock the house in The City That Never Sleeps, and this event is special in that is welcomes all comers 16 years
old and over. Everyone in the area over the age of 16 will surely be looking to score a chance to see Bemis join forces with
Pryor for this show.
Bemis and Pryor will be finishing up their joint tour on December 17th in Atlanta, GA at the Masquerade.
This is a great venue at which to catch a show like this, as anyone that has ever attended the Masquerade can tell you. The
place is sure to be packed to the brim with fans of Say Anything, Max Bemis, Matt Pryor and good music in general. This certainly
is not a show to miss if you live in or will be visiting the Atlanta area.
What was the inspiration
for the song "All With the Glory of Love?"
The answer is that the song "All With the Glory of Love" was written about
the Holocaust, of which Max Bemis' maternal grandparents were survivors. Bemis has stated that he was raised in a Jewish home,
but doesn't like to label his religious beliefs.
About the Artist
Max Bemis was born in New York, NY in
1984 before his family relocated to Hollywood, CA during his childhood. Bemis first flirted with fame when he was cast to
play minor roles in films involving his father, who worked in the movie industry. However, Bemis eventually found his true
passion, music, when he learned to play the piano. It was in high school that Bemis formed the group Say Anything, which would
eventually catapult him to stardom.
Say Anything has experienced considerable success over the years, though it's not
the only project that Bemis has been a part of. Members from Say Anything, including Bemis, teamed up with fellow popular
band Saves the Day to form a supergroup known as Two Tongues. Bemis has also appeared on albums for a number of other groups
and has pursued a variety of different side projects as well.
Bemis is the only founding member of Say Anything to remain
with the band for the duration of its existence, and he has served as the primary songwriter for the group throughout its
Max Bemis experienced his musical breakthrough as a member of the band Say Anything
when their material caused a bidding war in 2002 between record labels that were interested in signing the group. One record
label even referred to Bemis as "the next Bob Dylan." Bemis and Say Anything eventually signed with Doghouse Records.
People have been coming together to enjoy live music in cultures around the world for a countless
number of years. If you think about it, live music is the true foundation of music, and really the art's purest form. It can
be an epic experience to see an artist in a huge amphitheater with thousands upon thousands of screaming fans surrounding
you, or it can be an intimate experience in a smaller venue in which you can really connect with everyone in the building.
Either way, seeing a concert live always amounts to more than just listening to music. When you head out to see Max Bemis
hit the stage on his current tour, you're sure to become enveloped by the entire experience of seeing a singer that you love
while surrounded by fellow adoring fans that have at least that one thing in common. And often times, when it comes to music,
that one thing is enough to bring people together.
There's something simply incredible about seeing a concert live and
in person that keeps people coming back for more. When you see one of your favorite artists hit the stage in the same building,
there's a magnetism that occurs that you can't duplicate anywhere else. Max Bemis is known as a top act for a reason, and
that's something you'll see for yourself when you head out to catch a live show on his current tour.