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Simple Plan // Live @ Emo’s // 11.30.17

Article and Photos by: Megan Choi   Earlier this year, Canadian rockers Simple Plan were scheduled to play a show in Austin, but due to Hurricane Harvey, the show had to be postponed. Fast forward a few months, and Texas was ready for the show. This tour celebrates 15 years of Simple Plan's debut

White Reaper // Live @ Headliners // 11.25.17

Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright   Louisville, KY -- One of the few true four day weekends on this year’s calendar created a grand opportunity for Headliners in Louisville. Typically folks whose home base is here come flocking back for exaggerated meals with family, shots with friends, and wild ambitions

The Struts // Live @ The Vogue // 11.05.17

Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson   Indianapolis, IN – The Struts squeezed in a few smaller venue performances between opening gigs for Foo Fighters, making a stop at The Vogue in Indianapolis on November 5th. Opening band Nightly, based in Nashville, appropriately started the night with great energy and sound.  Their song “XO” from their

Blues Traveler // Live @ The Vogue // 11.03.17

Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson   Indianapolis, IN – On Friday, November 3, 2017, The Vogue was transformed into a rock ‘n blues club as Blues Traveler entertained a sold-out crowd with music spanning their 30-year career. Nashville-based Los Colognes opened the show, providing a mellow, smooth set to warm up the crowd.  The band is

GWAR // Live @ Irving Plaza // 10.31.17

Article and Photos by: Steven Principato   NYC - Within the walls of the east village's Irving Plaza, a pantheon of wicked demigods including Doyle, Ghoul, and the legendary GWAR prepared to take the stage and unleash a night of blood, horror, debauchery - and most of all, the sound of metal

Acid King // Live @ Saint Vitus // 10.28.17

Article and Photos by Steven Principato   Brooklyn, NY - Revered as a pioneering force in contemporary Doom/Stoner metal, San Francisco’s Acid King took the stage of the packed and sparsely illuminated halls of Greenpoint’s well-traveled den of magnificent malevolence known as Saint Vitus. The band was formed in 1993 by guitarist/vocalist

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