Muddfest 2019 Heads to Orange Park
Muddfest 2019 featuring Puddle of Mudd, Saliva, Trapt, Saving Abel and Tantric is coming to rock Orange Park this September. Muddfest 2019 at the Thrasher-Horne Center, on Saturday, September 21, is sponsored by Planet Radio 107.3. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets go on sale now, online at THcenter.org or at the Thrasher-Horne Box Office, (904)-276-6815.
Puddle of Mudd is an American post-grunge band from Kansas City. To date the band has sold over seven million albums, and has had a string of No. 1 mainstream rock singles in the United States. Their major-label debut "Come Clean" has sold over five million copies. They have released two independent and four major albums, with their latest being "Volume 4: Songs in the Key of Love & Hate" in December 2009, and their latest compilation album being "re:(disc)overed," released in August 2011.
After acquiring frontman Bobby Amaru in 2011, Saliva became infused with new blood, energy, and spirit. The same energy launched Saliva's career in 2001 with the release, "Every Six Seconds," a certified Double Platinum-selling album, containing the hits, "Click Click Boom" and 2002 Grammy nominated "Your Disease." Saliva's in-your-face, anthemic writing style continued with a certified Gold-selling album "Back in to Your System" with hits "Always," "Raise Up" and the Nikki Sixx co-written "Rest In Pieces."
Trapt is an American rock band that formed in Los Gatos, Calif., in 1995, best known for their chart-topping 2002 single "Headstrong." The group consists of lead vocalist Chris Taylor Brown, bassist Peter "Pete" Charell, drummer Brendan Hengle and guitarist David Sudock. They have released seven studio albums.
Since 2008 Saving Abel has embodied the definition of southern rock. Even before their self-titled debut LP, they were barnstorming the country making fans everywhere they went, just by being themselves. Simple, down home, charming, country boys. The band was signed by A&R wizard Jason Flom to Capitol records and their first single, "Addicted," did just that, reaching No. 1 on several charts and the follow-up singles "18 Days" and "Drowning" helped sell over 750,000 copies of their debut album.