Falling in Reverse making a Vegas stop
Ronnie Radke is a Las Vegas music legend. The founder and lead singer of Falling in Reverse has been a major figure on the Las Vegas music scene since he was a teenager, playing in various rock bands around town.
Radke first achieved mainstream success as the singer for hard rockers Escape the Fate, before parting ways with the band after their breakthrough album Dying Is Your Latest Fashion. In 2008, Radke started Falling in Reverse, bringing his emo, metalcore and pop-punk influences from Escape the Fate, and combining them with an even more pop-friendly sound informed by hip-hop and electronic dance music. Falling in Reverse has evolved into a major force in hard rock over the course of four studio albums, and sole consistent member Radke has cemented his position as a magnetic frontman and sometimes controversial rock star. He’s always compelling to watch and listen to, even when his antics get a little out of hand.
The current Falling in Reverse tour follows the release of a pair of new singles, “Losing My Mind” and “Losing My Life,” and it kicks off in Radke’s hometown of Las Vegas, where his brand of cocky showmanship and musical spectacle should feel right at home.
House of Blues at Mandalay Bay, 6 p.m. April 20, starting at $27.50 plus tax and fee. 800.745.3000 Ticketmaster