Rock Out to Tower of Cards’ Debut Album

Bringing Down the House alumni Tower of Cards recently released their debut album “Waiting on a Miracle”, and you do not want to miss it! “Waiting on a Miracle” features 12 songs, including the upbeat hit “Stand My Ground” and the rocking “Let Me Go”.

Album artwork for Tower of Cards’ debut album “Waiting on a Miracle”.

Founded as a cover band for their middle school talent show, Tower of Cards developed their style and sound to become a rising, teen rock band. The group draws influence from Three Days Grace, Coldplay, Paramore and All Time Low to create their alternative rock and pop-punk sound.

These talented young musicians were selected from thousands of applicants to participate in Music Forward’s Bringing Down the House program. This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity culminated in a live performance at House of Blues Las Vegas.

Tower of Cards fans at House of Blues Las Vegas.

Since Tower of Cards first performed at House of Blues Las Vegas, they were invited back to perform at House of Blues Las Vegas’ Local Brews, Local Grooves Festival in 2017. This year, they also performed at the Kanab Balloons & Tunes Roundup in Kanab, Utah.

The band includes Adrian Grimaud, Garrett Lucas, Ryan Ogle, Brooklyn (Brookie) Thomassian, and William (Willie) Lucas. They wrote all of the songs on their debut album, showing their skill as performers as well as songwriters. “Waiting on a Miracle” documents the rollercoaster lives of young adults in an eclectic mix of songs. Their single “Happily Ever After” made its radio premiere on Las Vegas’ X107.5 and has since been picked up by multiple stations.

“Waiting on a Miracle” is available on iTunesAmazon, Spotify, YouTube and Pandora. Keep up with Tower of Cards’ latest releases and performances by following them on social media.

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  1. Dave and Deb Lauver says:

    Congratulations Great Job