For those who missed Uproar, the concert was anything but a bore, and there was plenty to explore.
You can't help but adore free samples of Matador, as beef jerky is so good it leave you wanting more.
Hit up the bar or pick up a free Rockstar, while listening to the jamming guitar and smoking a cigar.
You can hear Rotation on the local radio station, but live, you could feel the hard hitting reverberation.
The Charming Liars lit up a few wires, jamming with beats hot enough to cause a few fires.
Chuck Shaffer Picture Show is a band you'll want to know, as their music has a really good flow.
Everyone knew that Middle Class Rut was going to kick butt, and they ended their set with a strut.
The guys from Mindset Evolution could start a revolution, as their songs are strong, with no dilution.
There's no bones about the music by Danko Jones, as they kicked out hard and melodic tones.
The Dead Daisies really riled up all the mosh pitting crazies, being as good as one of the Scorsese's.
Better than pasta with capers, The Walking Papers inspired the crowd, and you could smell the vapors.
For a band that can thrive, check out Circa Survive, a band that can jive like a healthy sex drive.
One cure for sleep apnea would be jamming Coheed and Cambria, stimulating the ganglia.
Jane's Addiction can also cure an affliction with familiar songs that dissolve all your friction.
Alice in Chains definitely entertains, stimulating brains like fine bubbly champagnes.
For more on Uproar, visit www.rockstaruproar.com. The author of more than 100 books, Marisa Williams earned her Master's in Writing from the Johns Hopkins University. For more by Marisa, visit http://www.examiner.com/tourism-in-detroit/marisa-williams and www.lulu.com/spotlight/thorisaz.