Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright and Linda Carlson LOUISVILLE and INDIANAPOLIS- You gotta believe that Ghost is one of the most covered and photographed bands on tour for the past several years. Why? There is their collection of four studio albums that have climbed steadily up the album charts
Article and photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar NORFOLK, VA: Three bands with three different interpretations of rock n' roll, all on a Halloween's night. Originally scheduled for September, an illness in one of the bands on tour forced a change of dates for the Norfolk, Atlanta, and Raleigh shows. Norfolk drew the
Article and photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar NORFOLK, VA: In a relaxed flowy jam session that extended through two sets at the NorVa, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood spun a dreamy web that enveloped the audience in a glow of love, peace, and good times. Promoting latest release Barefoot in the Head,
Article and photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar New York club music arrived in Norfolk, and had the audience grooving on the dance floor all night. The evening opened with the enthusiastic jams of DJ LP Giobbi, who personally made sure the music kept flowing without pause the entire show, seamless and upbeat.
Article and Photos by: Andrea Chvatal Burnsville, MN — Last weekend after the first snowfall of the year covered the ground, Cane Hill and friends warmed everyone up at The Garage on their self-titled tour stop in Minnesota. For this stacked line-up, we had two local Twin Cities opening bands. The first was
Photos and Article by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY--As I've said in this space before: guitars and their players, that's my thing. Electric, acoustic, steel string, steel body, folk, rock, jazz, blues, it doesn't matter. For me, the skill is the thrill. So when you become familiar with a guy like
Article and Photos by: Andrea Chvatal Orlando, FL — With sweat dripping from the walls, the 3-piece hardcore punk band from California The Fever 333 shook the intimate venue Soundbar for their solo tour. The show opened with vocalist Jason Butler (ex-vocalist of letlive) standing silently, hooded, with a black and white video