Concert Reviews

Steve Miller and Peter Frampton Offer Big Classic Rock Hits & Searing Guitar Solos to The Greek Theatre (SHOW REVIEW)

Steve Miller and Peter Frampton, two legends of classic rock, brought their live shows to The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on August 11, 2018. Both have been making great music for decades and they ...

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The Magpie Salute Celebrate Record Release With Acoustic Performances in London (SHOW REVIEW)

Rich Robinson, Marc Ford & John Hogg of The Magpie Salute gave two intimate acoustic performances on the day their new album High Water 1 was released. An early show at Rough Trade East record store ...

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The Werk Out Brings Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Umphrey’s McGee, Twiddle and More to Thornville, Ohio (FESTIVAL REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Fans gathered at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio for the ninth year of The Werk Out August 2-4, which is hosted by the Ohio homegrown band The Werks, and after hearing great things about this ...

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Beth Hart and Kenny Wayne Shepherd Bring Two Distinctive Blues Sets To Orlando (SHOW REVIEW)

A co-headliner tour featuring Beth Hart and Kenny Wayne Shepherd brought two distinctly different styles of blues rock to Hard Rock Live in Orlando Friday night August 10th. Beth Hart started off the night with ...

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Dark Star Orchestra Returns To Coney Island For Jerry Week (SHOW REVIEW)

Dark Star Orchestra returned to Coney Island Friday Night for the first time since 2016.  The Ford Amphitheater was brand new back then, but is still a fantastic venue for the band to play. In ...

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Brent Mydland “Blows Away” 8th Annual Grateful Dead Meet-Up at the Movies (JFK Stadium 7/7/89)

The 8th Annual Grateful Dead Meet-Up at the Movies was thankfully more about musicianship than marketing. Pre-show publicity hinted at preview of a forthcoming vault release, Pacific Northwest ’73–’74: Believe It If You Need It, ...

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George Clinton Closes Newport Jazz Fest With A Thunderous Funk Clinic (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

After a sudden burst of  “a thousand kilowatts for P-Funk,” from the speakers (photographers reeled back at the sonic blast), all four music stages of the festival must be aware of the next act following ...

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8 Acts That Blew Us Away At Pickathon 2018: Glorietta, Low Cut Connie, Daniel Norgren and More (FESTIVAL REVIEW/PHOTOS)

For a 20 years now a little group of music fans have been carving out a niche on the small Pendarvis Farm just outside Portland, Oregon in, perhaps fittingly, a town called Happy Valley. Pickathon ...

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Jeff Lynne’s ELO Proves Timeless & Spectacular at the Forum (SHOW REVIEW)

Many American fans have waited over 37 years for a chance to see the Electric Light Orchestra, commonly known as ELO, live in concert. But finally this summer, Jeff Lynne, the 70-year-old songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and ...

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Joe Ely Lets His Lubbock Timbre Do The Talking at Red Dragon Listening Room (SHOW REVIEW)

Legendary Texas troubadour Joe Ely left his roadhouse blues at home when he visited Baton Rouge’s Red Dragon Listening Room on Saturday night (08-04-18) and let his Lubbock timbre and slick fingerpicking do all the ...

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