Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY - It was Friday, July 13th, the first day of the Forecastle Festival weekend and the Wailers were playing a late night after-party. The lady at the door pointed to my Bob Marley and the Wailers tour t-shirt and asked me if
Article and Photos by: Adrienne Row - Smith Ottawa, Ontario – Amos the Transparent celebrated the release of their newest album, Anniversaries, and 10 years together as a band with a sold-out show at the 27 Club. The band was accompanied by Rum Fit Mosey, and The Love Machine. Up first for the evening
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY -- The very large guy standing next to me wearing a black Parkway Drive tour t-shirt looked at me and said,"Hold on!" He didn't mean "stop," he literally meant "hold on," to something, anything that would brace me against the impending onslaught.
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY -- Described as Tex-Mex, Americana, even traditional neo-country, which frankly sounds like a contradictory description, the Mavericks first came to international attention when their second and third albums both broke into the top 10 Country Album charts in the United States and Canada, going
Photos and Article By: Adrienne Row - Smith Ottawa, Ontario – For their first time in Ottawa as Dashboard Confessional (Chris Carrabba had been here with his other project, Twin Forks), the band treated a packed venue to a nostalgic affair, supported by Gabrielle Shonk and The Elwins. Prior to the show, the
Article and Photos by: Bob Linneman Philadelphia, PA – "Let's Start The Magic!" I'm sure the crowd that filled East Allen street wasn't expecting a workout tonight, or maybe they were? The indie-alternative-electro-dance-rock band AWOLNATION sold out The Fillmore and put on a mind-blowing performance. The evening began with two rising star