Theory of a Deadman invade Madison’s Orpheum Theatre

Theory of a Deadman
Orpheum Theatre – Madison, WI
All photos by Concert Capture

Theory of a Deadman is:
Tyler Connolly – Vocals/Guitar
Dave Brenner – Guitar/Vocals
Dean Back – Bass/Vocals
Joey Dandeneau – Drums/Vocals


Canadian rockers Theory of a Deadman pulled into the historic Orpheum Theatre in Madison, WI. on Sunday to entertain an eager crowd that were ready to close out the weekend with a bang. “Blame Canada,” the satirical song from South Park, was queued before the band took the stage and set the tone for the evening.

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Got It Made
So Happy
All or Nothing
Bitch Came Back
Nothing Could Come Between Us
Not Meant to Be
The Truth Is… (I Lied About Everything)
Out of My Head (acoustic)
Easy to Love You (acoustic)
Better Off (acoustic)
Santa Monica
Cocaine (J.J. Cale cover)
Hate My Life
Bad Girlfriend

Theory of a Deadman hits San Diego and Las Vegas!

Theory of a Deadman
Opening for Motley Crue and Hinder St. of Los Angeles Tour
Cox Arena- San Diego, CA

Tyler Connolly – vocals/guitar
Dean Back – bass
David Brenner – guitar

I was a fan of Theory of a Deadman since their self-title album with Chad Kroeger from Nickelback sitting at the producer’s chair. This album spawned their biggest or should I say my radio favorite “Invisible Man.” Granted there are still many great songs on the album but that one is a great car song.

Pictures and review after the jump…

It was great to see these guys open for the Saints of Los Angeles Tour when it stopped in San Diego, CA. Mind you this review is from San Diego and the pictures are from Las Vegas at the Joint. This was Theory’s first performance in San Diego. The crowd appeared to be receptive of them although not many were actually in the arena yet. Many fans didn’t show up to the venue until 30 minutes before the Crue went on.

The sound in general SUCKED at Cox Arena but I am pretty sure it’s because a). where we were sitting b). the fact that the arena wasn’t even 1/3rd full. I could only hear Tyler’s vocals during choruses.

They played as Tyler said, “A song for shitty days,” “I hate my life.” Now this is an awesome song minus the fact they gripe about spending money on their wives. Men really need to invest in a sugarmomma. They also played “Bad Girlfriend.”

Their set was fairly short because they had to make room for Hinder and then the Crue. Plus they also had an opening act that I completely missed because they started at 6:30pm and that’s about the time I arrived at Cox.

Theory of a Deadman is out supporting their newest release Scars & Souvenirs. Visit their official website or their Myspace for more details.

Tour Dates:

2 San Diego, CA Cox Arena **
4 Reno, NV Reno Events Center **
6 Las Vegas, NV The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel**
7 Las Vegas, NV The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel **
10 Omaha, NE Quest Center **
11 Moline, IL iWireless Center **
13 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena **
14 Madison, WI Alliant Energy Center **
15 Rockford, IL MetroCentre **
17 Des Moines, IA Wells Fargo Arena **
18 St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center **
19 Green Bay, WI Resch Center **
21 Nashville, TN Sommet Center **
22 Birmingham, AL BJCC Arena**
25 Greenville, SC BI-LO Center **
27 Lafayette, LA Cajun Dome ***
28 New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena ***
3 Miami, FL Hard Rock Casino***
4 Orlando, FL UCF Arena **
6 Atlantic City, NJ Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa **
7 Erie, PA Erie Civic Center **
8 Hershey, PA Giant Center ***
10 Ottawa, ON Scotiabank Place *
11 Hamilton, ON Copps Coliseum *
13 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena **
14 Baltimore, MD 1st Mariner Arena **
16 New York, NY Madison Square Garden **
17 Manchester, NH Verizon Wireless Arena**
18 Portland, ME Cumberland County Civic Center **

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