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
Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson Cincinnati, OH – On April 24, 2018, Bogarts hosted an evening of death metal bands headlined by Morbid Angel, with enough head-banging energy to satisfy the staunchest metal enthusiast. Not your ordinary Tuesday night fare. Five bands performed on this stop of Morbid Angel’s Kingdoms Disdained Tour,
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY— Twenty six years on (except for eight years off in the middle) and still going strong, BUSH, one of the first hard acts to be anointed "post-grunge," has emerged from a winter hibernation to restart their year-long campaign in support of last year's
Article and Photos by: Charles Yamabe Chicago, IL -- Timeflies, the group best known for their "Timeflies Tuesdays," played a sold-out show at Concord Music Hall on Friday. What is Timeflies Tuesdays, you ask? Well, in what has become the new norm in the music world (thanks to Youtube, Soundcloud, Facebook,
Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson Covington, KY – Across the Ohio river from Cincinnati OH sits sleepy, charming Covington KY. Nestled among the streets lined with Art Deco-trimmed businesses is the Madison Theater, a former movie theater-turned concert venue that on March 26, 2018 played host to Finnish symphonic metal
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 & Photos by: Tash Greene London, England - On the last official evening of winter, Camden high street was beautifully sprinkled with snow, and the streets were lined with music fans intently waiting to enter the highly-acclaimed Roundhouse venue to see The Front Bottoms, and their supports Brick + Mortar