MELODIME

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  • MELODIME - Civil War

    This show was on Nov 2nd, 2016 | 81 people watched
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    • Nov 3
      What was your favorite part of the performance? All of it. Melodime is great and has an awesome future.
    • Nov 3
      As always, love the gimmick (trivia) and the punishments (bag head). The games let your personalities and group dynamic shine through -- keep 'em up.
    • Nov 3
      Deeeefinitely shooting each other in the face with a nerf gun. Oh, and the jams, obviously. <3
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  • MELODIME

    This show was on Sep 21st, 2016 | 96 people watched
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    • Sep 22
      What was your favorite part of the performance? I really liked the venue and the set list was great!
    • Sep 22
      fabulous show.What was your favorite part of the performance?
    • Sep 22
      Top to bottom flawless. Loved hearing the deep cuts that rarely make it into shows. CW is the perfect venue for those -- let's have more next time!
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Most up and coming bands have dreams of fame and fortune, scoring No. 1 hits and platinum records, and becoming a household name. And, there's nothing wrong with that. But, MELODIME, a rock band that blends haunting bittersweet melodies with emotionally rich vocals atop a bed of Southern-flavored alt rock, is not like most bands. Instead, MELODIME has something bigger in mind. Rhodes explains,... more

Most up and coming bands have dreams of fame and fortune, scoring No. 1 hits and platinum records, and becoming a household name. And, there's nothing wrong with that. But, MELODIME, a rock band that blends haunting bittersweet melodies with emotionally rich vocals atop a bed of Southern-flavored alt rock, is not like most bands. Instead, MELODIME has something bigger in mind. Rhodes explains, "There are so many bands trying to do the same thing. But we want to do something with our lives beyond the music to show people that you don't have to be famous to make an impact in this world."

The project that's helping MELODIME accomplish that goal is their new album, "Where the Sinners & the Saints Collide." With the album fully funded by their loyal and ever-growing fan base during their “Make an album, change a life” campaign, the band is donating 100% of the profits from album sales to a non-profit foundation they started called Now I Play Along Too, which provides musical instruments and education for orphans, victims of disasters, and underprivileged kids locally and around the world.

Inspired by the gift of an anonymous person, they are continuing that story and putting instruments into the hands of people who would've never been able to afford them. The band is living the idea of looking outside yourself described best in, "Where the Sinners & the Saints Collide," their thematic record about coming together, regardless of our differences, to do some good. "The album carries strong themes of redemption and has songs about picking yourself up from your boot straps, using those past mistakes and failures to make yourself a better person to help people who may be 'lost and broken' so to speak." says Rhodes, who adds that the theme picks up where the 2011 album "3 Reasons For Fighting" left off.

MELODIME is what's missing in music today - a band that tells stories from their deepest recesses of their hearts and souls; a band that seamlessly blends the musical past with the sounds of the future, and a band that isn't just making an album for the greater good of their band. "Make an album, change a life." It's not just a campaign slogan; it's their life goal.

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