Rock/Pop

Eve 6

When: Fri., July 22 2016

From a commercial standpoint, Eve 6 started off strong. Signed straight out of high school, the SoCal pop-punk band scored its biggest hit with the infectious "Inside Out," which in turn propelled their self-titled 1998 debut album to platinum status. Sophomore effort Horrorscope, released two years later, would go on to rack up more than half a million sales. But behind the scenes, things weren't so good. Frontman Max Collins fell under the spell of demon alcohol, resulting in a hiatus that lasted from 2004-2007. Since reuniting, Eve 6 have flown somewhat under the radar, although their most recent album, the Don Gilmore-produced Speak in Code, did crack the American Top 40. On the plus side, that means local fans can now see them up-close and personal within the intimate confines of the Black Sheep, along with opening acts OZ, Christina Holmes, and The Midnight Club. 7 p.m., 2106 E. Platte Ave., $16/advance, $18/door, all-ages, blacksheeprocks.com, 227-7625. — Bill Forman

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