Being in one rock band can be challenging enough, but during their down time with Sevendust, guitarist Clint Lowery and drummer Morgan Rose created a new side project they dubbed Call Me No One.

Call Me No One released their debut disc ‘Last Parade’ on June 5. The band has been a real labor of love for the two, and now they get to share the fruits of their labor in a live environment. Call Me No One recently kicked off a tour with Nonpoint with their first live show taking place Friday, July 27 at Piere’s in Fort Wayne Ind. Call me No One played a forty minute set covering eight tunes, fan-filmed footage of the show can be seen and heard below.

Marking his debut as a lead vocalist, Lowery took to Twitter to dedicate their first show to his dad, his most avid supporter who passed away earlier this year, tweeting, “This one for u pops!!” He also thanked his fans, saying, “Getting ready to do this!!! Thank you God for this chance. Thank you to guys setting and taking the stage with me as the people listening.”

After the show, Clint Lowery commented about the experience on Twitter, tweeting, “Just finished first Call Me No One show- man that was crazy. Heads still spinning. Got a lot to improve on but we got through. God bless!!”

In addition to Rose and Lowery, Call Me No One is rounded out by Rek Mohr on bass and Alan Price on guitar.

For a full review of Call Me No One's debut disc ‘Last Parade’ visit this link, and click here for upcoming Call Me No One tour dates.

Watch Fan-Filmed Video Footage of Call Me No One's Debut Show

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