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Like A Storm // Live @ Bogarts // 2.16.19

Article & Photos by: Linda Carlson   Cincinnati, OH – Like A Storm celebrated their first Cincinnati headlining performance on February 16, 2019.  The crowd at Bogarts welcomed the rock foursome, two of whom (Chris Brooks and Zach Wood) this night suffered from Type A flu.  Indeed, the previous night’s show in Pittsburgh was

Sevendust & Tremonti // Live @ The NorVA // 2.9.19

Article and photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar   NORFOLK, VA: Sevendust and a slew of metal/ rock bands held another sold out show at the NorVA, which made for an intense evening of music that hit the spot for attendees suffering from the winter blahs. Originally slated to co-headline with Clutch in

Metallica // Live @ US Bank Arena // 1.30.19

Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson   Cincinnati, OH – In 2016, Metallica performed at the AT&T stadium on the eve of the Super Bowl, a concert that was ultimately dubbed, “Too Heavy for Halftime.”  There’s a reason for that clever billing…a Metallica concert is unlike any other.  It rocks in ways

The Magpie Salute // Live @ The Taft Theatre Ballroom // 1.27.19

Article and photos by: Linda Carlson   Cincinnati, OH – The Magpie Salute, formed in 2016, is a group of musicians with one common link…former Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson.  After The Black Crowes dissolved in 2015, Robinson pursued other music ventures.  Through a criss-crossing of individual paths, The Magpie Salute emerged,

Liz Cooper and the Stampede // Live @ Zanzabar // 1.18.18

Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright   Louisville, KY -- Liz Cooper and her band, The Stampede, exude confidence and seasoning despite this being their first headlining tour. Based in the hyper-competitive musical environment of Nashville they're hitting clubs across the country through July in support of a first full length

Jimmie’s Chicken Shack // Live @ The Vanguard // 1.18.19

Article and photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar     HAMPTON, VA: Back in the days of yore when MTV actually played music videos, many notable bands that may have not had an opportunity for the spotlight of national exposure were given airtime. Jimmie's Chicken Shack arrived on the scene in 1996 with the

Puddle of Mudd // Live @ Boathouse Live // 1.10.19

Article and photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar   NORFOLK, VA: Hampton Roads' local favorites Seven Ten Oil made an emotional return to the stage after a hiatus of several months, and this return was their debut at Boathouse Live, opening for Puddle of Mudd. The audience was full of supporters welcoming vocalist/

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