Still Sky’s The Limit reached for the stars at Seventh Circle Music Collective, on Sept. 26. They were the opening acts, alongside Bloom Creation. Robbie Freeman was the main support and The Widowhood Effect was the headlining act.
Johnny Barthelmass is the guitarist and vocalist, Josh West is the bassist and Aaron Kramer is the drummer of Still Sky’s The Limit.
Before Still Sky’s The Limit began to play, the house lights dimmed and the stage lights remained on. Barthelmass began by performing a sound check one last time to make sure everything was pitched perfect, on his end. As they kicked off their recital with “Wake”, Barthelmass rested his foot on Kramer’s kick drum. Barthelmass started by strumming his guitar. Soon after, West and Kramer accompanied him. Barthelmass stopped to grab ahold of his microphone and continued to sing the first verse.
Prior to the start of “Lo Hice”, Barthelmasss informed the audience they were from Orange County, Calif. and how Denver was the last stop of their two-week tour. He mentioned the title was a Spanish title, translated it for the crowd by saying “I Do It On Purpose”. Afterwards—he briefly spoke with West and as soon as he finished, he jumped into the crowd and began his set from the general admission area. After interacting with the crowd, he made his way back on stage and provided the vocals.
Barthelmass named off the days of the week, before “Some Know I Passed (S.K.I.P.)”. He went onto ask the audience if they were willing to accompany him with the song and the crowd did as they were instructed. Kramer went onto start off the instrumental, by playing his kick drum. Barthelmass walked over to the speakers on the right and stood atop of one of them. During the performance—Kramer threw one of his drumsticks in the air, caught it, continued to play and did not miss a beat.
“Barbados” was the last song of Still Sky’s The Limit recital. Barthelmass had a bittersweet feeling, as he went onto say it was the last song of the tour. Afterwards, he encouraged everyone to watch the video on YouTube. Then, West and Barthelmass spoke amongst themselves. They jumped into the crowd, performed, danced with their merchandise comrade and made their way back onto the stage.
“Departure” and “Quite Possibly” were also part of Still Sky’s The Limit set.