A Song for the Deaf, The Ultimate Queen of the Stone Age Tribute Band at The Bright Box, Winchester Virginia


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Live Video Playlist: of A Song for the Deaf, The Ultimate Queen of the Stone Age Tribute Band at The Bright Box Theater in Winchester Virginia on 8/24/2019. Video’s may have sound and or focus issue’s do to the nature of the shows.


About A Song for the Deaf, The Ultimate Queen of the Stone Age Tribute:

A Song for the Deaf, The Ultimate Queen of the Stone Age Tribute captures the look and feel of Queen of the Stone Age.

Northern Virginia’s ultimate Queens of the Stone Age tribute band! Hide your wife, hide your kids, it’s Queen of the Stone Age music.

How A Song For The Deaf Evolved

A Song For The Deaf, was formed by Matt about 1 year ago by putting an ad on Craigslist because Queen Of The Stone Age is hands down my favorite band of all time. I had been in many original bands over the years, such as Changes Daily, The Grizwalds.

Back in the mid 90’s Matt was an original member of the band The Aquabats In my native Southern California. That band was most famous for having Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker on drums. Anyway, forming A Song For The Deaf was a slow process.

Andy was the only drummer who auditioned, and Matt knew right away that he was our guy. Andy also plays in the band Alluvion, which is a well known metal band from Fredericksburg that has been around for many years.

Matt met Drew and we bonded over our love for music and asked Drew to try out on guitar and backing vocals after the search to find a lead singer was not working out. Matt reluctantly decided to move to lead vocals.

Drew most recently played in a hard rock cover band called the Sex Raptors. Brad is a multi-instrumentalist that can play bass, guitar, trombone and who knows what else. He’s played with many musicians all over the East Coast playing jazz, rock, swing and whatnot.

Drew has a project called Gunson Roses that he puts together for shows from time to time. Matt is a fan of Josh Homme, but as I said, Queen Of The Stone Age is my all time favorite, and love’s listening to their music, but performing it live is just a whole other level of fun.

A Song for the Deaf also played with Deja Foo band this night. Please take the time to visit their pages also.

A Song for the Deaf Musicians are:

  • Andy Murray on Drums
  • Matt Van Gundy on Vocals and Guitar
  • Drew Breivik on Guitar and Vocals
  • Brad Gunson on Bass Guitar

Set List for A Song for the Deaf, Bright Box Theater Show on 8/24/2019

  • Millionare
  • Song For The Deaf
  • Regular John
  • Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret
  • In My Head
  • Little Sister
  • My God Is The Sun
  • Burn The Witch
  • Hanging Tree
  • Make It With Chu
  • Go With The Flow
  • First It Giveth
  • Mexicola
  • No One Know;s
  • Song For The Dead

To visit the bands website and social media pages:

Facebook Page, A Song for the Deaf, Queen of the Stone Age Tribute

About The Bright Box Theater Winchester Virginia:

The Bright Box Theater is located in Downtown Winchester Virginia. Downtown Winchester features lots of hotels, shopping, movie theaters and plenty of restaurants. Bright Box Theater features a stage that is approximately 20×30 feet, with a bar on the main floor. Their is a upper stair area parties and events, that has a separate menu available. The main floor area offers meatball, pretzels, hummus, chips & salsa, salads, veggie sandwiches, brisket sandwiches, chicken salad sandwiches, grill cheese and chocolate fudge cake or cheesecake for deserts, along with fully stocked bars. The Bright Box Theater features some great lighting and carries great sound and has a capacity around 230 people.

Click here to visit the Bright Box Theater website.

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I had the chance to photograph and video a few songs in it’s entirety from the front of the stage and on the stage. For the photos we used Nikon D850 Body, with a Tamron 70-200 F 2.8 and a Tamron 28-75 F2.8, Sigma 120-300 F2.8 and Nikon 200-400 F4. For video’s we used the Nikon D850 with the Nikon 200-400 F4 and the Sony HDR TD10, which is a 3d 1080p camcorder, we use it in 2d mode for concerts.

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