They are making a trek across our part of the Midwest, in Lexington, KY the night before the show in Indy, and part of an exhausting one-night stand tour that makes the rock superstars who play a couple nights each week seem lazy. The band begins this particular run of shows on September 20 in Richmond, VA and works their way through both the South and Midwest, before winding their way back to Boston October 6 and New York City on October 7. It's a run of 16 shows in 18 days. Indy falls right in the middle of the itinerary.
Heaven is Whenever is the album they are promoting, and healthy guitar rock and roll is what they push each night on tour. Along with kindred spirits The Gaslight Anthem, they are inspired by the Springsteen Way. Live shows are often sweaty, loud and legendary. Let's see if that's what they bring to Indianapolis. If I had to bet, I'd say this show sells out.