Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood - Hard Rock Rising Band Battle

On Mar 21, 2013 Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood hosted Hard Rock Rising An Annual  Global Battle of the Bands powered by Reverbnation.  Four bands competing under the most extreme pressure with exactly 25 minutes to get on and off stage or points taken off. This was one tough competition.  Eliminations were from voting online, crowds cheering and a cast of judges.

Hard Rock Rising Judges

As intense as it seemed the bands did not look that stressed. The Four bands in this phase were Red Light, Eyeshine, Event Horizon and Glitter Rose.   Glitter Rose one of the bands competing stated of the experience "Its an honour to have so many fans that support us, and we are thrilled to be a part of it", Event Horizon  said "It's a great experience and the  atmosphere, amazing. " Eyeshine mentioned  " A Great opportunity to perform in front of our fans ".  The crowd had a lot of energy and each band brought it to the fullest extent.

Band Red Light

Band Eyeshine

Band Event Horizon

Winner Glitter Rose Will Perform April 4th in Regional Finals At Hard Rock Cafe Universal City

The winner of the evening was Glitter Rose and they are on to the next level to compete in the regional finals  at Hard Rock Cafe Universal City Walk on April 4th.  Hard Rock Cafe Universal City Walk is located at 1000 Universal Studios Blvd., Universal City. The show is FREE to all ages and begins at 7pm.  For more information about Hard Rock Rising please contact the website www.Hardrock.com  

Glitter Rose

Band Glitter Rose Winner Hard Rock Rising and on to compete in Regional Finals


After the Hard Rock Rising Regional Finals competition, Glitter Rose will celebrate her birthday at Paparazzi Comedy's Afterparty Birthday Bash at Saddle Ranch Chop House Universal City Walk. For more information about Glitter Rose www.glitterrose.com 




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