Never heard of Islander? Neither had I, but the crowd was really into them. They’re a Christian metal group from Greenville, South Carolina, so if you’re into bands like Thousand Foot Krutch […]
Vinnie Paul’s Hellyeah tore it up on the west stage with a brutal, killer set. For more on Aftershock, check out my review of day 1 on Loudwire.
Dig the Kid opened Saturday with a nice little set on the Coors Light Stage. They may be Bay Area locals for now, but my hunch is that we’ll be hearing more […]
“What the heck, James? Why photos of the crowd but not the bands?” Good question.
Tribal Seeds packed Sacramento’s Ace of Spades tonight, and I mean packed. There may have been some room left somewhere in the club, but if so I couldn’t find it. And the […]
Oak Park’s Cafe Colonial welcomed the original “Sound of the Suburbs” last night. The Members haven’t played the US in 30 years, and only four times in their history. Playing as a […]
You like your Zydeco hot and spicy, right? You need to check out Andre Thierry. These guys are tight and the music’s poppin’. Check them out at http://www.andrethierry.com. Go!
Sammy Hagar doesn’t throw a concert so much as a party. His loyal fans, or Redheads, follow the Red Rocker to wherever he’s serving up his good time rock and roll, which […]
If you’re going to see Creedence Clearwater Revisited, you can’t pick a better scenario than a warm summer night beneath a full moon. That’s when the strange, swampy juju of CCR is […]
I’d forgotten just how big 38 Special was during the 1980s, but their hit-packed set at Lincoln’s Thunder Valley Casino quickly remedied that. From opener “Rockin’ Into the Night” through encore “Hold […]