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Wayne Static Live In Houston, Texas

By Becky Dorsett, Houston Contributor
Friday, December 13, 2013 @ 3:45 PM


STATIC-X Frontman Commands The Crowd At Scout Bar

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When I arrived for the show the bus was parked out front and there were people mulling around in hopes to sneak a peak at Wayne before they went inside. The parking lot was filling up quickly and the energy was starting to build.

There were four bands prior to Wayne taking the stage and each one was entertaining in their own way. But it was quite obvious that ninety percent of the people there that night were there to be a part of a Wayne Static experience.

As the last band finished and started to move their gear from the stage you could see the excitement begin to grow more than earlier in the night. The crowd began to get as close to the stage as they could and it was wall to wall bodies. I could hear people chanting for Wayne to take the stage, thirty minutes later Wayne took the stage. That's right, the crowd waited thirty minutes waiting for Wayne to take the stage, they became a little restless and I heard a few say, "must be nice to be a rock star and make your fans wait" at which point they went to the bar.

When Wayne took the stage you could tell that what might have taken him so long was his very tall spiked hair. Each spike was strategically place in an upright position and didn't move a bit. He engaged the crowd immediately and started playing "Sweat the Bud". Talk about a front man who can command a crowd! He raised his fist and the crowd raised theirs and the moment that he bounced they bounced and didn't stop until he did.

As the night went on you would see Tera Wray dance her way across the stage and back to the sample pad toward the back of the stage. Within the set there was a moment that Wayne introduced his beautiful wife Tera. As the band started the next song Tera began dancing and as many expected became topless and completed her dance. The crowd went wild while she was dancing her dance and I believe most of the male audience forgot that Wayne and the guys were even on the stage.

I had high hopes he was going to play mostly Pighammer but he chose to do STATIC-X songs and only gave us two Wayne Static songs.

THE DEFILED and MADLIFE were the direct support acts to Wayne who are touring with him. Both bands were strong and entertaining. Looks wise they both reminded me of the 80s and sound was more that of the late 90s early 2000s. They fit very well with Wayne.

Wayne Static Set List:

  • "Sweat The Bud"
  • "Black and White"
  • "Bled for Days"
  • "The Only"
  • "Cold"
  • "Dirthouse"
  • "Assasins of Youth" (Wayne Static Song)
  • "Destroyer"
  • "Stingwray"
  • "Static Killer" (Wayne Static Song)
  • "Destroy All"
  • "Cannibal"
  • "This Is Not"
  • "Push It"
  • "I'm With Stupid"
Encore:
  • "I Am"
  • "Get to the Gone"


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