Article and photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar NORFOLK, VA: Hampton Roads' local favorites Seven Ten Oil made an emotional return to the stage after a hiatus of several months, and this return was their debut at Boathouse Live, opening for Puddle of Mudd. The audience was full of supporters welcoming vocalist/
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
Article and photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar NORFOLK, VA: Virginia proudly hosted the first day of tour for co-headliners Halestorm and In This Moment, with a show that had lines of fans winding around the exterior of Old Dominion University's Ted Constant Convocation Center on a Friday night. In This Moment is
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: 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 by Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY --A truncated festival has nothing to do with elephants. It has everything to do with rain, flooding, and a full day of music... canceled. This year's second Bourbon and Beyond Music and Food Festival was a little less music, but plenty of Kentucky's favorite