Jeremy Jordan to Debut With His Rock Band ‘Age of Madness’ at Sony Hall Concert in September

SONY HALL will present “Jeremy Jordan and Age of Madness” on Sunday, September 25 at 7 p.m.

When a global pandemic hits, a movie/Broadway actor Jeremy Jordan found himself with time ahead of him. He and a few of his super talented friends got together and casually decided to become rock stars. Age of Madness was born when they set out to create something different, a sound that evoked both nostalgia and a feeling of something new. Founded on a hard-hitting drum beat, enhanced by stunning guitar melodies and sent skyward by a bold and powerful violin, each song is a unique story, crafted with vocal and lyrical precision. They are called Age of Madness as a testament to both where we came from and where we are in today’s bitterly divided world. Things can get noisy.

Jeremy Jordan and Age of Madness” plays at Sony Hall (235 West 46th Street) on Sunday, September 25 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $30-$75. Tickets and information are available at®id=& utm_source=BWW2022&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=article&utm_content=bottombuybutton1

Watch the music video for “My First Enemy” below!


Sony Hall is New York’s premier new music venue, focused on showcasing world-class artists across all musical genres, powered by cutting-edge technology. Owned/operated by Blue Note Entertainment Group and sponsored by Sony Corporation, Sony Hall is located in the heart of New York’s theater district (at the Paramount Hotel), with a capacity of 1,000 standing and 500 seated, as well than a full-service restaurant and bar. . Sony Hall is equipped with technologies from Sony, integrated throughout the 12,000 square foot hall to provide enhanced entertainment experiences for fans. Sony’s proprietary multi-dimensional audio technology built into Sony Hall has been developed to create a spatial audio experience. The system uses approximately 30 speakers allocated to the room to achieve the musical experience where the performance of artists, orchestras and/or a band actually surrounds the audience even though it is played by the recorded live performance.­­­

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