Scarlet Carson Tickets

Who the hell are Scarlet Carson? Well the obvious answer would be a gritty new rock band from the dirty Jersey Shore. And where better to find a "diamond in the rough" than in sands filled with cigarette butts, used condoms, and broken beer bottles? But a more accurate answer would be: Scarlet Carson is rock and roll. Fusing the core of old school rock with the flair of the new. But don't be fooled, this isn't your father’s vintage collection being regurgitated over repetitive power chords and lackluster vocal hooks. This modern day rock band has captured the very essence of their old school predecessors by breaking away from todays cookie cutter "rock n roll" sound. Scarlet Carson has gone back to basics, back to the roots of rock and roll. Drenching their songs in elements from numerous genres including rock, pop, funk, and the rhythm & blues. Scarlet Carson sounds like Aerosmith, AC/DC, Guns N Roses, Buckcherry, Papa Roach, & Motley Crue smashed together. Fermented. Aged. Poured in to a chilled glass. And nestled comfortably between the bosoms of a Las Vegas stripper.... on the rocks. Consisting of Santino on vocals, Steve on lead guitar, Joe on Rhythm Guitar, Mike on Bass, & Raab on Drums, this pack of musical deviants have already begun carving out a sizable niche in the NJ music scene. Having only been formed in the Spring of 2008, Scarlet Carson wasted no time and released their debut album "Not So Innocent" that very Summer at the Jersey Shore's famous Joey Harrison's Surf Club with fellow NJ rockers Skid Row. Riding on the wave of their release party's success, Scarlet Carson has continued to gig throughout the tri-state area and is planning an east coast tour for the middle of 2009. Its catchy, its heavy, its light, and its sexy! You can sing to it, dance to it, fight to it, and fuck to it! It’s everything you want in your rock music, with the occasional drunken stripper! Its Scarlet fuckin' Carson! [We're Scarlet Carson and we approved this sexy bio.] Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.