Last Night at the Granada Theater, White Denim Straight Tore The House Down.
Right at 10 o'clock, the curtain rose.
Seconds earlier, there was just anticipation. The crowd was ready for White Denim,
Once the band's set started, dance they would — spurred on by frontman James Petralli's howls, pushed along by drummer Joshua Block's ever-changing rhythms, and capped by guitarist Austin Jenkins and bassist Steve Terebecki's inability to hide back their smiles. It was 80 minutes of bedlam.
But before the show, there was a calm in the room. And then the curtain rose.