Fozzy – Saves Delaware!!

The Fozzy “Save the World” tour slammed into The Queen, Wilmington, DE on 4/16/22 to a packed house this holiday weekend. Built in the 1800’s, The Indian Queen Hotel sat empty for close to 50 years has now been revitalized into a wonderful theater with Read More …

DOROTHY Brings Gifts To Philly!!!

  Dorothy brought her “Gifts From The Holy Ghost Tour” to Philadelphia’s Brooklyn Bowl, the newest venue located in the Fillmore building.  A unique setting as half the room is a bowling alley and the other half a concert venue it creates a very laid-back Read More …

Joyous Wolf – Brooklyn Bowl – Philadelphia

Joyous Wolf leaped (literally) into Philadelphia’s Brooklyn Bowl as part of Dorothy’s “Gifts From The Holy Ghost” tour.  Nick Reese provided an acrobatic performance,  channeling his inner James Brown.  The crowd really enjoyed the athletic performance, especially when Nick entered the crowed for his gymnastic Read More …

Classless Act – See Them Now, Thank Me Later!

  Every now and again you run across a band which you can immediately categorize as “I saw them when” for future conversations.  Classless Act is one of those bands! The band bounced into Philadelphia supporting Dorothy’s “GIFTS FROM THE HOLY GHOST TOUR,” and they Read More …

The Record Company – Yeah, You Can’t Front On That!

The Record Company released another hit show near Philly!!  Supporting The Revivalists, The Record Company has the tough job of getting the crowd to forget their winnings or loses in the next room in the PARX casino.  However, they quickly had them dancing in the Read More …

Badflower Paints Some Face In Philly!

I love it when Philadelphia is an early stop in a tour!  It seems the band is super hyped for the road. So, when Badflower rolled into Philadelphia’s Union Transfer, it was one of the early ones on the “This Is How The World Continues” Read More …

The Revivalists – Worth The Wait in Philly!

The Revivalists arrived ready to party!  The band took the stage and played for the next 90 minutes like they just hit the flush on the flop.  The Parx casino seats 1500 people, and there wasn’t an empty seat in the venue.  Everyone won tonight Read More …