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Summer School Orientation Night wasn't just a show, it was a heartwarming community experience. Where fans got to interact with the artists they love and be around plenty of dogs too. It felt more like a college BBQ party rather than a traditional show, which is fitting of the name…
Return to Dust Announced As Support for Chevelle Tickets HERE Don't Miss Them At Inkcarceration & Rock Fest Next Month + On Tour With Sevendust This Fall! Debut Self-Titled Album Available Now Vinyl & Merch Available HERE | Listen HERE "With a solid foundation and a clear vision, Return To…
I headed to Naples, NY to catch The Movement on their Ways of the World 5th Anniversary Tour. I got to hang out with the guys for a little before the show, what freaking cool dudes they are. So laid back and chill. I asked why two shows in Naples…
While Vybz Kartel received bad news not receiving bail for his retrial hearing starting on June 10th, his recent EP release Party With Me has jumped to the #2 spot on iTunes top 100 reggae albums in just a few days. It goes to show that fans still love the…
On this summer evening, LA’s finest, iconic, funky, grooving rock band, Red Hot Chili Peppers, are set to open the season at the Toyota Amphitheater in Wheatland, CA. The multi-generational crowd was ready to funk out to the kings of funk, groove, and rock. As the seats were filling up…
Maggie Lindemann’s show on May 29th at The Troubadour, with support from Too Poor, was a night to remember. The venue was packed, and the crowd's excitement was palpable. Too Poor kicked off the night with an energetic DJ set, wearing a striking black and white striped leather jacket reminiscent…
Highlighting her signature dancehall-pop style and flow on her sophomore album, Never Gets Late Here, Chinsea Linda Lee confidently places herself as a global superstar. This highly anticipated album offers a vibrant mix of genres that strengthen Shenseea’s distinctive sound. She brings us pop, R&B, reggae, Latin trap, Afrobeats along…
Replacing band members is something that, sadly, is all too common in the music industry. Touring, writing music, being surrounded by the same people for months on end, can take its toll on people’s ability to co-exist. Skid Row went through a very public separation with original vocalist Sebastian Bach.…
Ashley Kutcher kicked up an emotional storm of a night on her headlining show for her House On The Water Tour at the Troubadour, with support from Dead Like Disco and Caleb Hearn. The fans were already fully bringing in the energy, wearing shirts with their own signs for Ashley…
Sometimes it can be annoying when a venue is supposedly to host a concert event, only for that said venue to bump the original artist to another spot in lieu of another artist/group. That is what happened at the Constellation Room at the Observatory in Santa Ana, CA in late…
Billy Sheehan, Eric Martin, and Paul Gilbert tore the house down in a big way on May 15th. (Hey that’s two puns for the price of one.) All jokes aside, Mr. Big took over the Coach House in San Juan Capistrano and rocked the OC. As good as they are…
I’ve been fortunate to see many metalcore legends live in concert, but one that has always eluded me was Asking Alexandria. They have come through Southern California countless number of times, but something has always come up and I missed them. The last opportunity I had was their co-headlining tour…
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