Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson Lexington, KY – Nothing More is one hard-working touring band. Sprinkled throughout their aggressive large venue tour with Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin and Bad Wolves, Nothing More has been headlining smaller clubs and venues to bring their music to more intimate stages and
Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson Cincinnati, OH – A tremendous blast of classic alternative rock took Cincinnati by storm on July 6 as Riverbend Music Center hosted co-headliners Weezer and The Pixies for a night of lively music and fun. Although these bands have played together in the past, this is their first full tour
Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson Lexington, KY – Outside Manchester Music Hall, the queue of concert-goers stretched double-wide for more than a block, and the doors had already been open for 30 minutes. Faithful fans were eager to see Motionless In White and openers Ice Nine Kills, Like Moths to Flames and Every Time I Die.
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
Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson Indianapolis, IN – On February 18, Stone Sour hit the stage in the Egyptian Room at The Old National Centre. Nashville-based The Dead Deads opened the night's events. With their trademark X’s over their eyes, the “Deads” (Meta, Johnnie, Dolly and Daisy) rocked the house, drawing the audience into their
Article and Photos by: Bob Linneman Philadelphia, PA -- The Naughtiest Halloween party I ever attended!! Lords of Acid decided to hold their Dracula's Ball at the Philly famous Trocadero Theater. While a police helicopter was buzzing overhead, I turned the corner to see a rouges gallery of waiting fans. As
Article and Photos by: Bob Linneman Philadelphia is known for brotherly love, so when Lawrence Rothman and Tei Shi rolled into town, they both were embraced by the Philly crowd. Opening the show was Lawrence Rothman, a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter in support of his debut album The Book of Law which