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When I thought things couldn’t get better after the Beartooth show, I was graced with the opportunity to shoot a band that I not only very much enjoy but have been listening to since I was in second grade – not even joking. Korn was a monumental catalyst for my…
If you’re called a troublemaker, it’s usually not a complementary term. Unless you’re a fan of the band Vintage Trouble. Then if you’re a Troublemaker, (Capital T), you know you’re part of something special. Vintage Trouble has been called the best-kept secret in music. So the Thursday, September 16th show…
The excitement was real as I drove down to the House of Blues in Dallas, Texas on Wednesday September 1st to attend my first show before the pandemic began. What’s crazy is right before the world shut down, I had just purchased a new camera then never got to use…
Peter Eichar and Brad Sweet did it again. Following a year off in 2020, Same Same But Different returned for their third installment of their beachside music festival. They delivered a weekend jam-packed with camping, great food, yoga/meditation, art, a diverse range of music, and most importantly - good vibes.…
January Jane offers a retro take on modern pop with their EP, Your Drug. This group’s talent for smoothly blending pop and alternative music feels natural and effortless. The album has great moments of exciting and catchy music, but also a few which struggle to resonate. That is not to…
Let’s get one thing straight right away, Pat Benatar’s voice is still great. When some force was tapping people with abilities, they gave this five-foot tall dynamo vocal cords that can still belt out her hits more than forty years after her debut. That’s right. Benatar’s debut album, In the…
KISS exploded onto the stage at Five Points Amphitheatre in Irvine on Thursday Night, their first show after both Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley had publicly shared that they both had tested positive for Covid-19. You would think that the band would take it easy and do a shorter set,…
Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theater was abuzz last Saturday night in San Diego with over 4,000 hip hop fans eager to enjoy their first large scale live concert in over 16 months. Not surprisingly, the outstanding hip hop bill featuring the legendary Cypress Hill celebrating their 30th anniversary,…
If you entered a time machine on August 11th, 1981 at the Orange County Fair and emerged exactly 40 years later and saw that Cheap Trick and Blue Oyster Cult were playing, you might be amazed, but you wouldn’t be disappointed. These are two of the most classic of classic…
The latest installment of the Daydream Farm Concert Series, happened on August 7th, with the exquisite sounds of young guitar phenom, Brandon "Taz" Niederauer and his bandmates echoing through the trees of this magnificent farm. Owner Tara Stock along with local concert promoter Ed Maier of Elmthree Productions invited us…
Information Society’s new album, ODDfellows, is explosive from the start and carries a powerful energy throughout. Their first album in five years, ODDfellows reissues their previous singles, "Nothing Prevails", "Bennington", and "World Enough", along with several new songs that surely hold up on their own. This is a fun one,…
Gojira completely solidifies their reign in the upper echelons of top metal bands with their latest release, the powerful and inspiring 11-track album, Fortitude. From beginning to end, it is a metal masterpiece distilling the heaviness, aggression and intensity of hardcore metal with addicting grooves and melodies that provide accessibility…
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