At Least One. Local band spotlight

Anna-Claire Massey, Photographer

On Wednesday, October 2nd, the local band “At Least One” played a show in Downtown Greenville. At 8 P.M., the stage at Coffee Underground coffee shop (normally used for Alchemy Comedy Show), was covered in musical instruments and equipment and the audience full of people. At Least One had a five song set, all ranging from song covers to performing originals. Two other bands, The KNGS and Wallaby Lane, also performed along side At Least One. Follow them on Instagram at @atleastoneband and listen to them on Spotify at At Least One.

The band, At Least One posing for a picture after their successful set. From right, Austin Vander Mei (guitar one), Cameron Hardyman (bass), Matthew Martin (drums), and Daniel Martin (vocals and guitar two).

The band, At Least One posing for a picture after their successful set. From right, Austin Vander Mei (guitar one), Cameron Hardyman (bass), Matthew Martin (drums), and Daniel Martin (vocals and guitar two).

M. Martin wears his shades and concentrates during the first song of the night.

M. Martin wears his shades and concentrates during the first song of the night.

At Least One plays at Coffee Underground on Wednesday, October 2nd.

At Least One plays at Coffee Underground on Wednesday, October 2nd.

Vander Mei focuses on his guitar while playing their songs throughout the night.

Vander Mei focuses on his guitar while playing their songs throughout the night.

D. Martin and M. Martin tune up and get ready to start their show.

D. Martin and M. Martin tune up and get ready to start their show.

Hardyman waits to come back into the song after pausing for a second.

Hardyman waits to come back into the song after pausing for a second.

Another picture of the boys after their successful show at Coffee Underground.

Another picture of the boys after their successful show at Coffee Underground.