Coheed and Cambria/Taking Back Sunday to Play at Ford Amphitheater on Coney Island in July

By Jerry Del Priore

CoHeed and Cambria , TBS
Coheed and Cambria and Taking Back Sunday — July 21st on Coney Island, Brooklyn.

While the snow is blanketing the borough of Brooklyn and the rest of New York-Metro area on this chalk white Wednesday, the Ford Amphitheater on Coney Island is heating up our yearning for the summer weather with sizzling music.

On July 21st, Coheed and Cambria and Taking Back Sunday are co-headlining the Brooklyn theater, with the Story So Far joining them.

The Nyack, New York, rockers will be bringing its special brand of music, which entails concepts based on a science fiction narrative called The Amory Wars, a series written by lead singer Claudio Sanchez. The Armory Wars have been transcribed into a series of comic books as well as a full-length novel.

Its latest album, The Colorful Sun is the first non-conceptual album since Coheed and Cambria’s beginnings in 1995.

To listen to Coheed and Cambria, follow the link:

A band with a melodic rock sound, Taking Back Sunday, from Long Island, has released seven studio albums with various members, though the current lineup consists of:

John Nolan – lead guitar, keyboards, vocals (1999–2003; 2010–present).

Eddie Reyes – rhythm guitar (1999–present).

Adam Lazzara – lead vocals (2001–present); bass guitar, vocals (2000–01).

Mark O’Connell – drums, percussion (2001–present).

Shaun Cooper – bass guitar (2001–03; 2010–present).

To listen to Taking Back Sunday, click the link:

The Story So Far, out of Walnut Creek, California, features a slightly harder sound than the aforementioned bands, but vibe nonetheless.

To listen to the Story So Far, click the link @

Tickets are curentt on sale and the show starts at 8 p.m.

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