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Spirits Were High At The Nothing More Knoxville Stop

September 20, 2023 brought Nothing More to Knoxville again, almost one year to the day from their 2022 tour stop. This time, the band opted for The Mill & Mine, located in the beautiful and convenient Old City in the heart of Knoxville, TN. It might have been the middle of the week, but that didn't stop the crowd from rocking out.


First up was Post Profit, a rock band out of Texas. The band formed in 2017 with their debut album out in 2022, and I immediately saw why they've shot to fame so quickly. The energy the band brought had the crowd engaged from the very beginning. Matt, the lead vocalist, engaged the crowd to set the energy level for the rest of the show.


Photos by Jennifer Mullins


Hyro the Hero was up next, and was phenomenal! The band was very energetic, getting the crowd to jump along with them. During the third song, Hyro went into the crowd to hype everyone even more, which fans loved! The fifth song had Hyro telling everyone to put their middle finger up and say "f*ck you" to someone in the crowd. Another fan and I turned to each other and did just that, adding on "I say this lovingly." We both a big laugh out of this, and it was a highlight of the set.


Photos by Jennifer Mullins


Next is a band I'd only heard about in passing but enjoyed their set immensely. Dead Poet Society are a rock band originally from Boston that released their debut album in 2021. They kept the crowd energy up and had the first crowd surfer of the night!


Photos by Jennifer Mullins


As we waited for Nothing More to take the stage, the excitement and anticipation were palpable. The opening bands had the crowd's energy level up and ready for the main act to take the stage. Nothing More opened with "SPIRITS," which aligned perfectly with the tour name. The setlist contained crowd favorites such as "TIRED OF WINNING," "YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT LOVE MEANS," "Jenny," and "Go To War." It was the perfect balance of fast and slow songs dispersed throughout. While the infamous scorpion tail was out of commission, Johnny still made an appearance at barricade with his drum set that the fans have come to expect and love.


Photos by Jennifer Mullins



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