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Sisters Doll was formed in February 2010 and consists of three brothers Brennan Mileto on Lead Vocals and Guitars, Bryce Mileto on Vocals and Drums and Austin Mileto on Vocals, Bass and Lead Guitars. They have played with legends such as Bruce Kulick, Peter Criss, Eclipse, Pretty Boy Floyd, Enuff Z Nuff, Wednesday 13, Crash Diet and played on the KISS Kruise and we got to watch them play last night at The Bridge Hotel thanks to Tim from XMusic.

Avalanche consist of  Steven Campbell on Vocals/Bass, Veronica 'V' Campbell on Lead Guitar, Arthur Divis on Rhythm Guitar and Ryan Roma on Drums. We did not have the pleasure of seeing them but I am sure they put on an awesome show as they opened the night.

Whiteford from Sydney consists of four members Aaron Obrist on Guitar and Backing Vocals, Nate Meryment on Drums, Steve Short on Bass and backing vocals and Zarz on Vocals and Rhythm guitar and they put on an epic show at The Bridge last night.


Whiteford kicked off their set with "Words Like Bullets and Dirty Baby" and the Rock vocals cranked things up to eleven. The upbeat riffs and mad bass lines were played to a roaring crowd. Whiteford continued the set with songs including "I'm Alright, Stop The World and "Move With Me" and The catchy hard rock tunes, powerful drum beats, heavy bass lines and sharp chords supercharged the fans for what was coming next.

Wicked Things were up next, the brothers Kaleb Hills on vocals, Cooper Hills on drums, and twins Blade Hills on guitar and Gericho Hills on bass were ready to unleash a sonic storm upon the world of rock n roll and The Bridge Hotel. As the band kicked off their set with "Luci, Stand Up And Shout, Good Time and Heartbreaker" the crowd moved closer to the stage and the chunky riffs groovy bass lines, fast guitar riffs and thundering drums hit your ears and filled the room with fun. Wicked Things closed their set with "Black Out and The Rocker".

As Sisters Doll hit the stage the energy levels cranked up as they kicked off their set with "Black Mirror" The big bass lines and chaotic drum beats were hard hitting and the powerful vocals and rocking harmonies filled the room which was engaging and fun to watch and dance to. As Sisters Doll continued with hits including "Prisoner, Dancing With The Devil and Boulevard Of Dreams" the bouncy guitar grooves powerful chorus and melodies made the crowd dance.

We got to listen to Sisters Doll's single "Change" which has been on Triple M and the stylish, crisp song was dripping in huge hooks and awesome lyrics.

Every song that was sung was energetic and stuck in your mind, it made this set memorable and satisfying and made us eager to see them perform again in Sydney.

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