Article by: Josh Bradley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHXxVmeGQUc Now in its sixth decade, Martin Scorsese’s unparalleled career as a director spans 25 narrative features and 16 feature documentaries. Of those 41 movies, at most six could be classified as “crime dramas”, and yet for better or for worse, many people with only a passing knowledge
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY - Weather history would eventually reveal that this three day festival would be part of Louisville's hottest and driest September in recorded history. Hydrate, hydrate, take breaks in the shade whenever possible, use sunscreen, and most of all -- don't forget to...hydrate.
Article and Photos by: Jason Robey Charlotte, NC -- If you prefer your Phish with extra jam, the Vermont four-piece delivered a tasty treat in their performance in Charlotte on Friday night, over the course of two-and-half hours of crowd pleasing music. For many in attendance, the experience started much earlier in
Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson Columbus, OH – After ten years, Rock on the Range, a rock and heavy metal festival that boasted 120,000 fans each year, has morphed into Sonic Temple Art & Music Festival. The three-day festival continues its tradition of rock, including contemporary, classic and heavy metal,
Article & Photographs by: Linda Carlson Indianapolis, IN – Slayer continues their Final World Tour, this fifth leg touring with Cannibal Corpse, Amon Amarth and Lamb of God. The band is offering fans a final opportunity to experience the thrash metal giant’s heart-pounding rhythms, gut-wrenching lyrics and electrifying performance. On this night
Article and Photos by: Nick Durcholz Louisville, KY – A plethora of sound seething, saturating, corroding the thin alloy of reality surrounding the cortex until time and space drip down in rivulets to a pool of plausibility. Nope, just Tool bringing an entire arena to aural climax. From Opiate to 10,000 Days