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Month: November 2018

Louis The Child return to the Revolution Concert House in Boise for their headlining Dear Sense Tour (with Lia)

Three years ago, Louis the Child came to the Revolution Concert House in Boise they were the first of three openers and last night, the boys sold the venue out. Continue Reading

Savoir Adore bring bright, cheerful pop and mesmerizing imagery to Baby’s All Right (with Eighty Ninety)

With a three-screen multi-media display featuring all sorts of mesmerizing imagery, Savoire Adore brought their bright pop/rock to Baby’s All Right last night. The energetic show featured a slightly harder more guitar-oriented sound than their recorded material. Continue Reading

Bob Schneider spreads Christmas cheer during annual Holiday Show at ACL LIVE in Austin, Texas

For the past 14 years, the holiday shows given by local favorite, Bob Schneider, have gained quite the reputation among Austin audiences. Over time, these annual seasonal performances—which include both Valentines and Holiday shows— have surpassed that of just an average, everyday performance, and now rank up to a Texan holiday tradition.  Continue Reading

Young The Giant continue their national tour in support of “Mirror Masters” with a show at Brooklyn Steel

Young the Giant (YTG) set out on their 2018 North American tour in late October. With the recent release of their new album Mirror Masters, there has been a great deal of buzz and anticipation in regards to the tour, merch, and everything in between. Continue Reading

Candlebox Announce 25th Anniversary Celebration at Temple Live in Fort Smith, Arkansas

Multiplatinum Seattle rock band, Candlebox, has just announced that they will be kicking off their 2019 tour dates in Fort Smith, Arkansas at Temple Live on February 8th, 2019. Tickets will be going on sale THIS FRIDAY, November 30th. You can pick them up on their website. Continue Reading

Cursive brings raw emotional energy to Thalia Hall in Chicago

Cursive’s performance at Chicago’s Thalia Hall Thursday night proved the band has staying power. Touring in support of Vitriola, the August release features a cellist for the first time in over a decade, as well as original drummer Clint Schnase, who left the band in 2007. Continue Reading

Tank and the Bangas can one-up an on-stage twerk contest, we learned at their Berkeley show on Friday

Friday’s Tank and the Banga’s show started with the audience chanting “Albert” to the band’s vivacious saxophone/flutist Albert Allenback. Of course, the ladies’ panda entrance invited more enthusiasm that hardly lulled throughout their hour-plus set. Continue Reading

Of Montreal blend indie rock with eccentric fashion and dance during at The Mohawk in Austin, Texas

There are plenty of bands that are notable for their eccentric stage presence. Insane Clown Posse, Gwar, Daft Punk are a few that come to mind, but one band that stands out amongst the rest are the indie pop band; Of Montreal. Continue Reading

Billie Eilish plays a very sold out show at the famous Granada Theater in Dallas

16-year-old singer-songwriter Billie Eilish played a sold out show at Granada Theater on a cold Tuesday night.  Fans lined up hours before the show even in this below freezing weather to see this young talent. The fans excitement for the night ahead kept them warm on this cold day.  Continue Reading

Blues Travelers deliver a nostalgic performance at Houston’s House of Blues

When you think back to the 90s, you envision bleached tapered hair, rollerblading, and a warm, nostalgic sensation from all the wonderful music that arose from the era. One band that most recall while cruising through the decade of music are the blues rock band, The Blues Travelers. Continue Reading

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