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In This Moment

Year: 2013

Runtime: 01:05:06

In 2013, Southern California’s female fronted hard rockers In This Moment filmed their first ever live concert. Spanning the band’s entire career, the video includes all the band’s top 20 hits from Blood, their current 200K+ SoundScan selling album, Whore, Adrenalize & Blood, as well as fan favorites, Gunshow, Beautiful Tragedy and Burn. Madison’s very own taste making Active Rock station, WJJO, was one of the first in the nation to embrace and support In This Moment, creating a rabid and loyal fanbase, which is why the band chose to film the concert there.

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Rock, Metal

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Rock, Alternative, Metal, Jazz, Classic Rock, Pop

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