Saliva to Rock Broken Spoke Saloon in Daytona

September 19, 2012
Courtesy of Bohlsen Group
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The Broken Spoke Saloon proudly welcomes a free admission concert featuring Saliva on Friday, October 19. Saliva now features Jacksonville, Florida native Bobby Amaru on lead vocals. A new single “All Around the World” was released earlier this year.

The Broken Spoke Saloon’s events will take place October 18-21 as part of Biketoberfest 2012. Also rockin’ the Broken Spoke Saloon stage will be Jasmine Cain, Farrell Webber Band and more. The Broken Spoke Saloon is located at 1151 North U.S. Highway 1 in Ormond Beach.

About Saliva:

Saliva is a hard rock/alternative metal band that was formed in Memphis, Tennessee in 1996. They released their self-titled debut album in 1997. The Grammy-nominated band has since released six more albums and one Greatest Hits compilation. In 2001, Saliva took rock radio by storm with the song “Click Click Boom” followed by one of their most successful songs, “Always,” from the 2002 album Back Into Your System, which reached No. 1 on the Billboard Modern Rock Chart. In November of 2011, Saliva announced its new singer Bobby Amaru. Amaru is no stranger to the Florida music scene having fronted his own band Amaru and prior to that he played drums for the band Burn Season. Saliva guitarist Wayne Swinny said Amaru “has a GREAT voice and will not only bring some fresh blood into the band but; will also put a new spin on the Saliva sound.” –  

About the Broken Spoke Saloon:

The Broken Spoke Saloon is the world’s biggest biker bar, with locations across the country. There are locations in Sturgis, SD with the Broken Spoke Campground plus Daytona, FL; Laconia, NH and Johnstown, PA. You’re bound to be close to one of them, so stop by during the next rally!