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On a spectacular Friday afternoon, the Umphrey's Mcgee faithful poured into the legendary Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ to begin the Labor Day weekend festivities. Burlington, North Carolina's own Big Something opened up the show and got the party started. Big Something formed in 2009, and since has been…
Labor Day weekend in the United States has long since been considered the traditional end of summer. The Annual L.A. Fleet Week is quickly becoming a tradition in its own right. For each of the past 4 years, this multi-day celebration of our nation’s Sea Services include active duty ship…
You either love Korn or you hate em’, it’s that simple. Originating in Bakersfield back in 1993, this band of brothers took the world by storm with their unique brand of nu-metal and never looked back. 25 years later, Korn has sold upwards of 40 million albums, won two Grammy’s,…
With a heartfelt “aloha,” the four-time GRAMMY Award-winning, blues artist Keb’ Mo’ tipped his hat to a sold-out venue for the first of a three-night run at the prestigious Blue Note Hawaii in the Outrigger Hotel in Waikiki. Keb’ Mo’ (born Kevin Moore), the charismatic songwriter with a signature eclectic…
On a cool and windy Sunday night, Crobot's dirty, groove-rock poured out of the newly redesigned legendary Asbury Lanes into the streets of Asbury Park, NJ. The Pennsylvania quartet, created by vocalist Brandon Yeagley and guitarist Chris Bishop in the summer of 2011, was in town to showcase their latest…
One of the most curious aspects of Heavy Rock is the multitude of styles and genres that have developed over the years. Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Heavy Metal, Thrash Metal, Speed Metal, Doom Metal, Industrial, Celtic Metal, Alternative, Orchestral, Blues Rock, Southern Rock, and many more. You get the point.…
When you think of bay area rap, there’s a few names that immediately come to mind. E-40, Too $hort, and Mac Dre are a few of the legends who pioneered the rap sound in the Bay Area. But over the past decade, the collective known as The HBK Gang have…
“You ever heard of Jimmie Vaughan?” That question started my morning out on the sand in front of the Outrigger Waikiki Hotel a week ago. A visiting couple was beyond ecstatic to tell me that they flew out to Hawaii with the sole purpose of watching Vaughan perform at Blue…
Being a concert photographer has its perks. It also comes with a fair share of challenges that most fail to recognize. Sure, we get up close and personal with our favorite bands for the first three, but in many cases are then rushed off to no man’s land where actually…
Skillet, the Christian metal band from Nashville, has been putting out inspiring and powerful music for decades now. Since its inception in 1996, the band experimented with their sound at times, seemingly to find its place. Grunge, Alternative, Electronic, and of course Hard Rock were all styles Skillet dabbled in…
Making. Underground. Raw. Shit. This is exactly what Murs & 9th Wonder set out to do on their most recent collaborative effort, The Iliad Is Dead & The Odyssey Is Over. Over the past 15 years, these two haven’t disappointed on their collaborations, so I was super stoked when this…
As the undisputed leaders of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, the British legends Saxon have weathered the ebbs and flow of the heavy music scene for decades. During this time there have been musical trends and fads that have come and gone, but to their credit, Saxon have…
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