Sully Erna



WHO IS HE: Sully Erna is primarily known as the lead singer and songwriter of the hard rock band Godsmack. The New Hampshire native formed the band in 1995 and they went on to great success with three consecutive number one albums (“Faceless,” “IV” and “The Oracle”) and a total of over 17 million albums sold to date. Erna’s debut solo album was titled “Avalon” and was a radical departure from the music of Godsmack in that it featured pianos, cellos and tribal rhythms in place of pounding drums and heavily distorted guitars.

WHAT TO EXPECT: Former Godsmack front man Sully Erna offers an intimate evening at Resorts Casino Hotel Saturday. With a brand new album “Hometown Life” just having hit the shelves last month, concertgoers can expect to hear some new songs such as “Your Own Drum,” “Blue Skies” and “Falling to Black.” He will also be playing solo favorites such as “Avalon,” “Broken Road” and “Eyes of a Child” along with Godsmack hits such as “Running Blind” and “Touche.” Erna is also known to throw in some classic covers.


SHOW INFO: Tickets are $25, $35 and $45. VIP meet & greet experience is $144.

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Associate Editor, At The Shore/ACWeekly

Associate Editor, At The Shore/ACWeekly

Freelance reporter for At The Shore/Atlantic City Insiders from 2011-2015; Editor in Chief,,2014-2015; Writer for Zagat, 2013

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