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Never Ending Fall, Blake Ruby & JVK – The Foundry – Philadelphia (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)




Never Ending Fall, Blake Ruby & JVK – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA – January 31, 2024


Never Ending Fall is a five members band, including the lead singer and guitarist Jack Miller, keyboardist and guitarist Conrad Boyd, guitarist Pearce Eisenhardt, bassist Johnny Hohman, and drummer Tommy St Clair. The group came to The Foundry in Philadelphia the other night along with JVK and Blake Ruby for their American Disco Tour.


The crowd slowly started to build up as time passed as it was a weekday show. After about an hour of the doors being open, the room was starting to fill up.



The show started right around 8 pm when the first openers came out. JVK the Band came out with lots of energy and the crowd loved them. The lead singer Jo Krieger was a huge hit in Philadelphia and kept the crowd engaged at all times. Her performance was amazing, and it looked like everyone had a great time.


As the night continued, Blake Ruby took the stage. His vibes were immaculate, and the crowd quickly fell in love with him. His voice was super soft and overall felt soothing to the ears. He even performed some covers – like “Tennessee Whiskey” by Chris Stapleton – that everyone loved. He had the crowd engaged the entire time and had many people singing along with him.


Finally, as the night was coming to an end, the main event ran out. Never Ending Fall came out swinging. The energy was insane, and the crowd matched it. The performance was amazing, and the band was going crazy. Conrad was jumping and at times he would hop onto the edge of the stage and start shredding his guitar. Also, the band did end up playing an unreleased song called “American Disco” that the crowd loved as well. Coming towards the end of the performance the band said their farewells and left the stage. Two minutes later they ran back out the doors to perform one final song for the crowd. Safe to say the crowd loved it and had a great night.


Joshua Kanner


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