Rockford Scanner™: Atreyu brings 20 Year Anniversary Tour to The Apollo Theatre in Belvidere, IL




 

Press Release:
Atreyu brings 20 Year Anniversary Tour to The Apollo Theatre in Belvidere, IL

104.9 WXRX Presents

Atreyu – 20 Year Anniversary Tour

Saturday, November 9th, 2019

At The Apollo Theatre
104 N. State St. Belvidere, IL

With Whitechapel, He Is Legend, Tempting Fate, Santa Cruz

More info available at www.TheApolloTheatreac.com

Tickets on sale Friday at 10:00 AM

Atreyu Bio:

Everyone leaves a legacy behind. No matter how big or small, our words and actions echo forever and make a lasting imprint.

Two decades since their 1999 formation in Southern California, that truth weighed heavy on the members of gold-selling metal mavericks Atreyu—Alex Varkatzas [vocals], Brandon Saller [drums/vocals], “BIG” Dan Jacobs [guitar], Travis Miguel [guitar], and Porter McKnight [bass].

Of course, their musical legacy speaks for itself. 2002’s Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses established them as an influential force, while 2004 follow-up The Curse sold 450,000-plus copies as the group rose to global renown. A Deathgrip on Yesterday and 2007’s Lead Sails Paper Anchor both bowed in the Top 10 of the Billboard Top 200 with the latter garnering a gold certification from the RIAA—a highly rare accomplishment for a 21st century rock band.

Following a hiatus post-Congregation of the Damned in 2009, the musicians returned firing on all cylinders with Long Live during 2015. It crashed the Top 30 of the Billboard Top 200 and earned widespread acclaim from Revolver, Loudwire, AXS, and Kerrang! who dubbed it “a hell of a return.” Along the way, the boys sold out countless headline shows in addition to sharing the stage with everyone from Slipknot and Linkin Park to Chris Cornell and Avenged Sevenfold.

Their website ~ http://www.atreyuofficial.com/










Rockford Scanner™: Local Man Goes Missing, Family Asking The Public For Help





 

UPDATE: 

Search for Kyle Rogers – Update

On 5/17/2018 approximately 6:55 pm the Belvidere Fire Department was called regarding a possible body floating in the Kishwaukee River in the Belvidere Park in the area of the dam.

Belvidere Police and Fire personnel responded, secured the area, and Belvidere firefighters recovered a body from the water. The Boone County Coroner’s Office removed the body from the scene.

On 5/18/2018 an autopsy was performed where the Boone County Coroner’s Office and Belvidere Police Department were able to make a positive identification of the body that was recovered from the Belvidere Park. The following is an excerpt from Coroner Rebecca Wigget’s press release.

“The body recovered from the Kishwaukee River in the Belvidere Park on Thursday 05/17/18 has been positively identified as Kyle R. Rogers, age 23 years. Mr. Rogers resides in Belvidere, IL. The preliminary results of a forensic autopsy performed on 05/18/18, show the preliminary cause of death to be drowning. This death is not considered to be suspicious at this time. This death remains under the investigation of the Boone County Coroner’s Office and the Belvidere City Police Department. No further information is available at this time.”

The Belvidere Police Department would like to thank all the men and women from the community who assisted with either providing information, support of the family, or passing out fliers. The Belvidere Police Department appreciates all the help and support of all the different agencies that came together to bring Kyle home.

Our hearts and prayers go out to the Rogers family during this devastating time.


Boone County Coroner’s Office  has confirmed the body that was recovered from the Kishwaukee River has been identified as Kyle Rogers.

The coroner’s office says the autopsy results show that Kyle Rogers drowned. His death is not being considered suspicious. The death remains under investigation by the coroner’s office and the BPD

 


Search for Kyle Rogers

Kyle Rogers family and the Belvidere Police Department continue the search and investigation into the disappearance of 23 year old Kyle Rogers.

Over the past several days detectives have been following up hundreds of leads that have come in from all over the Stateline. In addition to countless hours of investigation investigators have coordinated efforts with Belvidere and Rockford Fire Departments, Boone County Emergency Management Agency (EMA), and Ogle County Sheriffs Department to conduct searches from the ground, water, and air. Belvidere and Rockford Fire along with EMA used water penetrating sonar devices to search the Kishwaukee River in an attempt to locate any information that Kyle may have entered the water.

The Belvidere Police Department has conducted numerous hours of land searches in addition to Ogle County Sheriff’s Office conducting searches of the river and surrounding areas utilizing drones that mapped out and photographed several miles of terrain.

The Belvidere Police Department would like to thank all the men and women who have assisted in the investigation and would ask anyone with information to please contact the Belvidere Police Department at 815-547-6445 or email crimestoppers@boonecountycrimestoppers.com or by phone at 815-547-7867.


RS fan Aubree Rogers

Thursday night my brother Kyle Rogers went to the Apollo Theater in Belvidere for a concert. After the show ended he was last seen by friends walking towards Buchanan’s bar. His last snapchat photo was captioned at Buchanan’s but after comparing the photo to what we’ve seen it looks like he was actually at Niko’s bar. He never came home.

At this point his phone is dead and no one has seen or heard from him.

We’re posting this in the hope of gaining any information anyone might have.

He lives down W Lincoln Ave off N State street within walking distance of the Apollo.