Virtue Trap will return to the stage on Saturday, May 6 at the Warehouse in Conway, SC from 4:00-6:00 pm. Along with Trap veterans Dan Ennis on guitar, Jim Solazzo on bass, and Steve Hamelman on drums, Scott Pleasant will lead the band on guitar and vocals. This new iteration of VT will be a somewhat more aggressive, harder rock version of the band, but they still plan to play some of your favorite classic rock songs and some of their originals.
Virtue Trap is contemplating a return to more regular gigging in the grand strand area of South Carolina, and this first afternoon show will test whether the band and the audience still have some rock potential.
Trap was a well-liked and sought-after bar band in the coastal region of South Carolina from 2000-2011, but has been mostly on hiatus since then. In 2014, the core members of the band reformed as the Waccamaw Dreadnoughts and recorded one album of original piano- and acoustic guitar-based pop songs that can be bought in CD form or downloaded at Amazon or CD Baby or through digital download only at I-Tunes.
The Warehouse is located at 104 Laurel St. in Conway, SC. There is no cover charge for this show.