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Wolf Alice and Queens of the Stone Age play the the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium

Wolf Alice just finished their own tour and are now hitting the road opening up for Queens of the Stone Age. I’ve seen them once before in 2016, and immediately became a huge fan after that and have been looking forward to seeing them again ever since, so I was stoked to find out they were coming to town! Continue Reading

Jason Mraz, alone on-stage with just his guitar, shines at the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium

Last night Jason Mraz stopped by the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium apart of his “An Evening With Jason Mraz” acoustic tour, and what an evening it definitely was! Continue Reading

Musical siblings The Band Perry perform at the Riverdome at the Horseshoe Casino in Bossier City, LA

The Band Perry brought an incredible amount of energy to the stage in the Riverdome at the Horseshoe Casino in Bossier City Friday night. TBP consists of three siblings – Kimberly, Neil, and Reid Perry, which they definitely make up for a talented family. Continue Reading

Journey’s fans don’t stop singing along as their world tour stops in Bossier City, Louisiana

Last night Journey stopped by the Centurylink Center in Bossier City on their 2017 world tour. They kicked the night off with one of their biggest hits “Separate Ways” and immediately had the entire arena filled with people of every age going crazy and singing along. Frontman Arnel Pineda showcased his powerful vocals singing Journey’s classic hits back from their 1978 album “Infinity” to their 1986 album “Raised on Radio”. A beautiful piano Medley by keyboardist Jonathan Cain was played which consisted of the iconic melodies from “When You Love a Woman” and “Send Her My Love.” Continue Reading

Vince Gill of Pure Prairie League performs in Louisiana before summer of touring with The Eagles

People ranging from all age groups flocked to see Vince Gill perform at the Riverdome in the Horseshoe Casino & Hotel in Bossier City. Continue Reading

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