Disturbed’s Take Back Your Life Tour Dominated Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee


Disturbed took center stage at Bridgestone Arena on February 17th, bringing their Take Back Your Life tour to Nashville, TN. The formidable metal band was accompanied by the emerging rock group Plush and the iconic Falling in Reverse, along with a surprise guest appearance, a common occurrence in a vibrant city like Nashville. The entire night unfolded as a remarkable spectacle, destined to be a topic of conversation for days to come.

Kicking off the performances was Plush, an all-female rock band featuring lead singer and guitarist Moriah Formica, lead guitarist Bella Parron, bassist Ashley Suppa, and drummer Faith Powell, ranging in age from 18 to 22. Despite their youth, Plush showcased their powerhouse sound and rising stardom with a dynamic 30-minute set, including a stunning rendition of Heart’s “Barracuda.” Their impressive stage presence, killer vocal range, and energetic performance akin to Nita Strauss marked Plush as a band to watch.

Following Plush, Falling in Reverse, led by the notorious Ronnie Radke, took the stage. The band’s energy was undeniable, with Ronnie commanding the platform across the entire stage, delivering a fierce and captivating performance to the enthralled audience. The setlist traversed from emo rock hits to hard-hitting raps, showcasing the band’s diversity. The crowd enthusiastically participated, especially during the hit “Just Like You,” creating an intense atmosphere and setting the stage for the main event.

Finally, Disturbed seized the spotlight, treating the audience to an extensive 21-song set spanning their entire discography. Opening with “Hey You” from 2023’s “Divisive,” the band set a powerful tone. Notably, the third song, “Ten Thousand Fists,” marked the beginning of a visually stunning stage show, featuring a pyrotechnic display that elevated the concert experience. Disturbed showcased individual talents with guitar, drum, and bass solos, and a memorable piano performance by Dan Donegan during their cover of “Sound of Silence.” Surprises continued as Moriah from Plush joined them for a duet of “Don’t Tell Me,” and a fan shared a poignant mental health story on stage during a performance of “The Light.” The night reached its pinnacle as Chris Daughtry joined Disturbed for a duet of “Stricken,” leading to an awe-struck crowd. A three-song encore concluded with a fiery finale, “Inside the Fire,” which notoriously at a previous tour stop set off the entire fire system.

Disturbed’s Take Back Your Life Tour emerged as a masterclass in performance, combining powerful messages with a visually stunning stage show. Regardless of musical preferences, this tour is a must-see for its impactful message and exceptional production.

Disturbed’s Take Back Your Life Tour continues through March 3rd of 2024.
For upcoming shows, visit https://www.disturbed1.com/tour.

Follow Disturbed, Falling in Reverse, and Plush on their socials below:
DisturbedInstagram // Facebook
Falling in ReverseInstagram // Facebook
PlushInstagram // Facebook

Photos and Review by Adam Colwell (@pixelsoftheimagination)


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