Saturday was a heck of a day in Tampa Bay! Wait....did I just rhyme that? Local Rock station 98 Rock hosted its annual package show, known simply as Rockfest. Joining us for these festivities was not one, but two DDRUM artists. Gracing this year's main stage was Joey Dandeneau and Theory of a Deadman, and John Humphrey with Seether. Both bands performed a blistering live set, providing the "ROCK" for Rockfest. Joey played his USA customer DDRUM kit, was painted with custom graphics. John held it down on a yellow-gold fade dios maple kit. Both drummers favored the traditional 1 rack 2 floor set up and both used a 20x24 kick. John's descending tom sizes were 13/16/18, while Joey went 12/14/16. Joey proved a double threat by also utilizing DDRUM's acoustic pro and DRT triggers. Highlights from the show were numerous, but two in particular really stand out. Theory performed a new track off of their soon-to-be-released follow up to Scars and Souvenirs called "Bitch Came back". A rollicking tune that had the crowd cheering. Seether, performed their hit "Broken" with vocals provided by Halestorm front woman Lzzy Hale. Included below are a few quick shots of Joey's custom kit. More photos from the show to come!