Remo Drive Packs the Marquis with Grit, Smiles, and Love

Remo Drive Packs the Marquis with Grit, Smiles, and Love

November 6, 2021 Off By Christina Lane
  • Another Michael graced the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Another Michael graced the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Remo Drive lead the charge at at the Marquis November 3, 2021 (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Remo Drive lead the charge at at the Marquis November 3, 2021 (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Remo Drive lead the charge at at the Marquis November 3, 2021 (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Remo Drive lead the charge at at the Marquis November 3, 2021 (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Remo Drive lead the charge at at the Marquis November 3, 2021 (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Remo Drive lead the charge at at the Marquis November 3, 2021 (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Boyscott at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Boyscott at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Remo Drive lead the charge at at the Marquis November 3, 2021 (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Remo Drive lead the charge at at the Marquis November 3, 2021 (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Another Michael graced the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Another Michael graced the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Boyscott at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Boyscott at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Remo Drive lead the charge at at the Marquis November 3, 2021 (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Remo Drive lead the charge at at the Marquis November 3, 2021 (Photos: Oliver Thieme)

Photos: Oliver Thieme

The opening acts for Remo Drive, who blasted through the Marquis Theater last Wednesday night, Another Micheal and Boyscott, easily grabbed the attention of the crowd as they warmed up the small – but rockin’ – venue. Their quirks sparked conversations and jokes cracked from the crowd. It was obvious everyone, including the two opening bands, were having a good time.

While the Marquis is a smaller downtown Denver venue, it is gorgeously spacious when everyone has themselves packed as close to the stage as possible. The great thing about small venue shows is most definitely the atmosphere and feeling of community. Everyone is playing a part in being one collective body enjoying live music, regardless if they are familiar
with the band or not.

The Marquis is gorgeously spacious when everyone has themselves packed as close to the stage as possible – Remo Drive made that happen.

  • Remo Drive owned the stage at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Remo Drive owned the stage at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Boyscott Joined the stage at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Boyscott Joined the stage at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Remo Drive owned the stage at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Remo Drive owned the stage at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Remo Drive owned the stage at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Remo Drive owned the stage at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Another Michael provided tunes at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Another Michael provided tunes at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Boyscott Joined the stage at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Boyscott Joined the stage at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Boyscott Joined the stage at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Boyscott Joined the stage at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
  • Another Michael provided tunes at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)
    Another Michael provided tunes at the Marquis that night (Photos: Oliver Thieme)

By the time Remo Drive took the stage, everyone was hyped up and ready to go as hard as they possibly could. That’s exactly what happened. The mosh pit formed practically right away and anyone who wasn’t directly in the center of it was still dancing, headbanging or singing along. The venue itself felt alive.

Not only could you feel the bass pounding in your chest and people’s feet stomping on the ground, but also this collective pull to the band. The pit kept pushing and pushing forward until some ended up falling on the stage with the band. Remo Drive jumped back but didn’t let it stop the show. The night continued on and everyone had a blast.

Remo Drive Setlist

Art School

Shakin’

The Devil

Star Worship

Dead Man

Blue Ribbon

Two Bux

Ezra and Marla

If I’ve Ever Looked Too Deep In Thought

True Romance Lives

Halos

Around the Sun

Killer (New song)

Nearly Perfect

Eat Shit

A Flower and a Weed

Ode to Joy 2

Easy as That

Strawberita

I’m My Own Doctor