Strutting in Atlantic City!

Hot off their first appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, The Struts brought their good fortune to hungry fans in Atlantic City.  The band’s latest release YOUNG&DANGEROUS has seen tremendous success since being released coming out earlier this month.  The Struts tour continues Read More …

Bob Weir and Wolf Bros do some poking around at The Fillmore

  As I settled in front of the soundboard, I turned to a person next to me who was a bit short. I suggested they move further up for a better view. They said they like it right here, so they can dance with a Read More …

Southern Fried Philly Cheese steak??

The Cadillac Three brought their “No Sleep Till London” tour to Philly for some much needed Country Rock.  TC3 includes singer-guitarist Jaren Johnston, lap-steel player Kelby Ray and drummer Neil Mason. Opening to a cut of The Beastie Boys, “No Sleep Till Brooklyn”, Singer Jaren Read More …

ABIR – Catch This Rising Star!!

  The complete package, that’s the only way I can describe ABIR.  Opening for kiiara on the Fall 2018 tour, she blew me away.  This was one of those “I saw her when” moments which people love to tell when they are watching the artist Read More …

Garbage Hits The Jackpot In Atlantic City!!!

Garbage fans walked away with massive musical winnings in Atlantic City, NJ.  Celebrating the 20th year anniversary of the Garbage’s huge second release, Version 2.0 which included the band’s best-known singles “Push It,” “I Think I’m Paranoid” and “Special.” The band decided to put together Read More …

Buckcherry – The Starland Gets Lit Up Again!!!

Buckcherry kicked off the next leg of their tour at the Starland Ballroom in NJ, and it was as the song goes, “Lit Up!!” Playing to a capacity room, the band ran through the hits, some rare tracks, and some from the next release.  The Read More …

BUSH – Gets Up Close and Personal in Philly

  BUSH hit the gritty side of Philly in the historic venue previously known as the Electric Factory (temporarily named North Seventh).  The venue is both open and as intimate as you want to make it, and Gavin Rossdale felt like getting up close and Read More …