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Where to begin… Unsilent Night returned to Dallas for the first time since 2015 and it was one hell of a time. So many artists and bands on the lineup that I was excited to see. And the array of punk-rock to rap artists was nuts. Seeing them all share…
Years removed from peak popularity, Our Lady Peace (OLP) is tenaciously looking to the future with an ambitious overhauled sound and a January 2022 release of their tenth studio album, Spiritual Machines 2. Technically the album was released in October making OLP the first Canadian artist in history to release…
After laying relatively low for the last couple of years, Rick Ross is back with another full-length album, Richer Than I Ever Been. This is his 11th full length studio album since he first broke out on the scene in 2006 with "Hustlin’" off of Port of Miami. Over the…
This was a cool show because I had just got into Hot Mulligan at the beginning of November. A buddy of mine showed me them and then saw they were coming to Dallas. So of course, I put in to snap some photos. This show was a nice blend of…
Last week, rock guitar virtuoso Nita Strauss (perhaps best known as a touring guitarist with Alice Cooper), became the first female solo artist with a top 10 hit in the Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart in almost 26 years. Say what? Wow! Strauss’ single “Dead Inside”, featuring Disturbed front man David…
On Saturday night of Thanksgiving weekend, the Pete Tonti Band faithful packed the iconic Wonder Bar in Asbury Park, NJ in anticipation of dancing away all the Thanksgiving dinner calories. They got exactly what they asked for as the band delivered the goods in fine form (and then some). With…
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…
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