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Let’s face it, 2021 needs a giant kick in the ass and Black Label Society’s 11th Album, Doom Crew Inc., might just be what we all need. For those looking for an injection of passion and visceral riffs to revitalize your soul, stop look no further. This is the shot…
I don't know about you, but I'm super excited to see Igor and the Red Elvises' live at the world famous Maui Sugar Mill Saloon in Tarzana on December 4th. Often billed as Siberian Surf Rock, the Red Elvises blend influences of rock and roll, surf rock, rockabilly, comedy, and…
In an era just before the rise of cable tv, my family was watching what must have been one of the first pay-per-view tv events in history. It was 1981 and my dad was cool enough to pay an extra fee so we could watch the opening night of The…
To say I was excited for this show was an understatement. I hadn’t been to an electronic show in quite some time and of all the ones I had the opportunity to experience and shoot, it’s Porter Robinson’s headlining tour with Jai Wolf and James Ivy. I was ready for…
It's Halloween night and not a better way to spend it than with Twin Temple, playing to a sold-out crowd at the Fonda Theater in Los Angeles. According to the band's bio, "Devout Satanists and meticulous preservers of rock ’n’ roll’s ancient, timeless spirit", this black-clad and effortlessly stylish duo…
Samantha Fish made her Asbury Park debut at the legendary Stone Pony on Saturday night. Sam and her band are on a nationwide tour supporting her seventh album, "Faster", which is currently the #1 Blues Album on the Billboard Charts. It is no wonder why, with her rock star swagger…
Jadakiss, Styles P, & Sheek Louch. Back in 1994, these three high school kids from Yonkers, NY came together to form the trio now known as The LOX. Since then, they’ve consistently dropped a variety of projects from compilations to full length studio albums, been featured on a flurry of…
Boy was I in for a wild ride knowing I was attending Knotfest Roadshow 2021. Back in 2020, I had every intention of going to Knotfest here in Dallas, but Covid decided it wanted to ruin that opportunity for me. I wasn’t sure when it was going to return and…
It was only a matter of time before I got the opportunity to take photos of LANY. This was a very special one because my wife and I played one of their songs as we walked down the aisle at our wedding this year. She also accompanied to this show…
As soon as one show comes and goes, we are right back in the pit doing it again. It’s thrilling to be back at it after such a long year of not experiencing the things we love. This show was a much anticipated one. A Day To Remember show up…
On the home stretch of a 28-city tour to support their latest album, Horizons/East, Thrice brought their innovative rock act to San Diego Wednesday night at Observatory North Park. Unlike many bands where I lean with a preference to earlier works (e.g., Aerosmith, Def Leppard, U2), Thrice is the exact…
In a world where most bands with any longevity seem to fall significantly short of expectations when releasing new material, that is hardly the case with Dream Theater and their latest, A View From The Top Of The World. It picks up where 2019’s Distance Over Time left off and…
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