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Reignwolf // Live @ The Vogue // 8.17.19

Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson   Indianapolis, IN – The crowd that assembled to see Reignwolf, a three-man rock band that formed in Seattle in 2012, came to experience the band’s bluesy rock as well as their intimate stage show. The night started off with J.J. Wilde, a female vocalist from Canada. 

Blacktop Mojo // Live @ Madison LIVE // 8.4.19

Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson   Covington, KY – Madison Live, situated beside The Madison Theater in Covington KY, rocked southern-style to Blacktop Mojo and opener Lullwater.  The crowd, surprisingly light for such a loaded evening (was it because it was a lazy summer Sunday?), enjoyed an incredible evening of exemplary

Magic Giant // Live @ Madison Live // 2.20.19

Article & Photos by: Linda Carlson Cincinnati, OH – Anyone up for a feel awesome, dance party concert that will leave you smiling and mysteriously…happy?  Then Magic Giant, with its charismatic free-spirited threesome, must certainly be on your bucket list. These California sensations bring a mountain of bliss to their shows.  How

Like A Storm // Live @ Bogarts // 2.16.19

Article & Photos by: Linda Carlson   Cincinnati, OH – Like A Storm celebrated their first Cincinnati headlining performance on February 16, 2019.  The crowd at Bogarts welcomed the rock foursome, two of whom (Chris Brooks and Zach Wood) this night suffered from Type A flu.  Indeed, the previous night’s show in Pittsburgh was

Metallica // Live @ US Bank Arena // 1.30.19

Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson   Cincinnati, OH – In 2016, Metallica performed at the AT&T stadium on the eve of the Super Bowl, a concert that was ultimately dubbed, “Too Heavy for Halftime.”  There’s a reason for that clever billing…a Metallica concert is unlike any other.  It rocks in ways

Cannibal Corpse // Live @ The Vogue // 11.29.18

Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson Indianapolis, IN – You can’t get much more intensely metal than Cannibal Corpse’s current tour, now winding down, with Hate Eternal and Harm’s Way.  The combined darkness and raw power of these bands make for an evening of collective release. Chicago’s industrial hardcore Harm’s Way was

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