“The band as a whole has a youthful, casual vibe while at the same time clearly taking things seriously and bringing some very entertaining chops to the table.”
"The band as a whole has a youthful, casual vibe while at the same time clearly taking things seriously and bringing some very entertaining chops to the table." Formed in 2019, Keep the Eleven is a three piece Rock trio from the Chicago suburbs, currently located in Nashville, TN. Commonly described as Garage Rock, but with many influences and not tied down to one category, their music is leading a brand-new resurgence of rock music that speaks to all generations. Keep the Eleven consists of William Laskey (Drums, production), Reece Bittner (Guitars, Vocals), and Adam Caruso (Bass guitar). All songs are written by the band.
Keep the Eleven has performed roughly 70 shows since 2020, including the Belmont University Battle of the Bands to a crowd of over 3,000 that launched the bands career by creating a loyal Nashville fanbase, the Bitter Jester Music Festival in the Chicagoland that took place at Billy Corgan's popular venue/restaurant Madame Zuzu's, in which bassist Adam Caruso won MVP Bass for the festival, Drop Tuned Entertainments "Sounds from Underground" Music Festival at the iconic Exit/In in downtown Nashville, and countless packed nights at clubs and venues around the Nashville area, including The End, DRKMTTR, The Cobra Lounge , The East Room, and more. Their shows are known for being high energy that are perfect for dancing and moshing. They have created a solid following in both Chicago and Nashville in less than two years, and are growing more every day.
The band is currently maintaining a consistent gigging schedule in Nashville while working on bringing to life their next project.
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