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Month: September 2017

Metal giants Korn pack The Myth in Minnesota as part of their Serenity of Summer Tour

Out on a short run of dates in the midwest following their Serenity of Summer North American headliner, Korn made a triumphant return to The Myth in Minnesota. A tightly packed crowd lined up around The Myth in anticipation for an incredible show Korn would deliver with ease later in the evening. Continue Reading

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Thomas Wynn & The Believers mix remarkable harmonies and southern rock in D.C.

Southern rock band Thomas Wynn & The Believers made their stop in the nation’s capital at the intimate Gypsy Sally’s on Tuesday to play before their excited fans who have been anxiously waiting for their return. The sibling-fronted band from Orlando, Fla., put on a spectacular show that highlighted the talents and chemistry of the band’s members. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Kali Uchis continues her first ever headlining tour with a stop at Oakland’s New Parish with Phony Ppl

Kali Uchis continued the start of her first headlining tour with a stop at The New Parish in Oakland, CA. Joining her on tour are Brooklyn based band, Phony Ppl who brought their jazzy, soulful R&B sounds to the stage to set the mood and get the crowd dancing and singing. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Lucy Dacus plays a hometown show in Richmond alongside Molly Sarlé and Big Thief

Richmond Native Lucy Dacus performed a hometown set at venue favorite, The National, on September 8th, 2017. Dacus is kicking off her fall tour with help from Molly Sarlé and Big Thief – check out the tour dates below. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Bay Area bands light up the Great American Music Hall

It’s hard to be too surprised at small San Francisco concerts, but indie-pop newcomers First in Flight did just that at the Great American Music Hall alongside the established pop groupMOSAICS. There were backflips, metal riffs, rapping, and solos that made the front row paw at the stage. Both bands did not disappoint during this energetic, colorful night.

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Annual VetsAid concert supports veteran organizations with performances by Gary Clark Jr., Keith Urban, Zac Brown Band and Joe Walsh

Legendary rocker and Gold Star family member Joe Walsh kicked off his annual charity concert VetsAid, which benefits smaller veteran organizations that are helping those who sacrificed their lives for the United States. The show’s line up was packed with heavy hitting guitar players that are known for their masterful skills. Continue Reading

2 years ago

The Head And The Heart and The Lone Bellow bring cool, breezy Americana to Central Park on the final day of summer

Some bands are made for venues like Summerstage at Central Park. The Head and the Heart and The Lone Bellow are two of those bands. Continue Reading

2 years ago

The Killers give a masterclass in maturing as a band during intimate show at Brooklyn Steel

Before their set at Brooklyn Steel, which was broadcast on SiriusXM’s AltNation, a radio station representative came on stage to hype up the crowd. “Have you ever seen the Killers in a venue this small?!” The truth was, some of us had, but we hadn’t seen the Killers this polished, this self-aware, and this eager to be at a venue this small. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Sunny weather carries The Meadows through a successful weekend of music with Jay Z, Gorillaz, Sleigh Bells and more

In it’s second year, The Meadows grew from a two-day festival with a strong line-up to a three-day prepping to compete against Panorama and Governors Ball. There were certainly still kinks to sort out – the grounds felt bare and let’s be honest, it’s in a parking lot – but solid weather and a strong line up certainly make The Meadows a contender. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Another riotous performance from young psych rock group Locus Pocus

After watching one of Locus Pocus’s sets, one would never guess that they can count on one hand how many live performances they’ve played. On Saturday night, Locus Pocus returned again to headline Neck of the Woods in San Francisco. Expect prolific energy, behind-the-back guitar solos, and a bassist + girlfriend kiss if attending a live show. The band has played a variety of small venues throughout the summer since their eponymous May EP, and released their first music video last month. Their first single ‘I’d Be Your Woman’ will be live at midnight tonight. Continue Reading

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