Saliva Coming in Concert to Paparazzi OBX

Posted By on August 23, 2019

UPDATE: This event has been rescheduled Jan. 30, 2020.

National recording artists Saliva will rock the Outer Banks live in concert at an end of summer blowout in September November January at Paparazzi OBX in Kitty Hawk.

From the band’s official bio: Following their massive 2001 radio hit “Click Click Boom”, Saliva was nominated for a Best Hard Rock Performance Grammy award for their 2002 album Your Disease. The band’s in-your-face, anthemic writing style continued with a certified Gold-selling album Back into Your System with hits “Always,” “Raise Up,” and the Nikki Sixx co-written “Rest In Pieces.”

Saliva has toured the USA and world with bands including (but not limited to), Sevendust, Aerosmith, and KISS. They’ve also appeared on the main stage at countless fairs, festivals and bike rallies – Sturgis, Rockin The Rivers, Daytona Bike Week, Rock on the Range, Welcome to Rockville to name a few.

Saliva’s roots are firmly planted in their hometown of Memphis, Tennessee, where the band originally formed in late 1996. Within the first year of forming, the band’s first album, which was self-titled, was released on the Rocking Chair Records label. Since their inception, Saliva has been making waves everywhere they go. A few years after their Survival of the Sickest album, they released Blood Stained Love Story, which peaked at No. 19 on the Billboard 200 with its track, “Ladies and Gentlemen,” leading the way to top out at No. 2 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Chart.

In addition to their success in touring and the charts, the band has been a staple on Sirius Satellite Radio’s “Octane 20” with songs like “Don’t Question My Heart” and have crossed over to be featured on the WWE: The Music, Vol. 8 album. They’ve also provided the official theme song for the ECW brand.

Saliva will be live in concert on Sunday, Sept. 8 Nov. 17 Jan. 30, at Paparazzi OBX in Kitty Hawk. Regional rock band Krunch will open the show, starting at 8:00 p.m. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and attendees must be age 21 or older for entry.

Tickets range from $12 to $35 and are available to purchase online here.


Posted by Matt Artz

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