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Chase Atlantic // Live @ Bogart’s // 6.17.19

Article and photos by: Linda Carlson   Cincinnati, OH – A light June drizzle did not dampen the enthusiasm of the line of fans waiting to see Australia’s Chase Atlantic on this Monday evening.  A 30-minute delay in entering the venue meant the line only grew longer and the excited chatter louder. Indiana’s Lauren

Laurelive Festival // Live @ Laurel School // 6.8-9.19

Article & Photos by: Linda Carlson   Cleveland, OH – East of Cleveland, near Shaker Heights and Gates Mills, is the home of prestigious Laurel School, a pre-K through high school private academy for young women.  Since 2016, Laurel School has hosted a two-day music festival dubbed Laurelive, bringing nationally touring bands

Hozier // Live @ Iroquois Amphitheater // 6.13.19

Article and Photos by: Austen Maddox   Louisville, KY - Making his debut in the Bluegrass state, Hozier performed his first ever concert in Kentucky to an overjoyed sold out audience. Renowned for intricately crafted melodies infused with that slight touch of Irish lyrical poetry, Hozier’s unique style differs from the usual

Bunbury Music Festival // Live @ Sawyer Point & Yeatman’s Cove // 5.31 – 6.2.19

Article & Photos by: Linda Carlson   Cincinnati, OH – It’s a festival name that has perplexed people for years.  “What is a Bunbury?” is a frequent question asked by performers on stage.  With its bumblebee mascot and tagline “Bee Here, Bee You, Bee Free,” it’s still anyone’s guess. The festival spanned three

Sonic Temple Art & Music Festival // Live @ MAPFRE Stadium // 5.17-19.19

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,

The Struts // Live @ The NorVa // 5.16.19

Article and photos by Wendy Podmenik Darugar NORFOLK, VA: In the midst of a long, world-wide tour supporting sophomore album Young and Dangerous, The Struts kept the audience engaged and enthusiastic for the entire evening. Flamboyant front man Luke Spiller, with mannerisms and an appearance eerily reminiscent of rock legends Freddie

Slayer // Live @ Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center // 5.16.19

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

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