SINCE the early 2000s, Saliva has ruled rock radio with favorites like "Click Click Boom," "Your Disease," and "Always."
With a blend of nu metal, hard rock and hip-hop influences, their 2001 sophomore album Every Six Seconds acted as the band’s breakout album, with cuts “Superstar” and “Click Click Boom” featuring prominently in the first The Fast and the Furious film. The latter would become a favorite for action film trailers, pre-game hype, and the WWE and WWF.
Back into Your System followed, boasting the hits “Always” and “Rest in Pieces,” a pop ballad penned by Nikki Sixx of Mötley Crüe and James Michael of Sixx’s band Sixx: A.M. The band hit the U.S. Mainstream Rock charts again in 2006 with “Ladies and Gentlemen” from the album Blood Stained Love Story.
Lead singer Josey Scott left the band to pursue a Christian music career in 2001; he was replaced by Bobby Amaru in 2012, and Amaru continues to perform with the band today.
Friday, June 30, doors at 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m., $22-30 via savconcerts.com, all-ages