Concert Reviews

Chris Hillman, Herb Pedersen & John Jorgenson Bring Magical Harmonies & Strings To Red Dragon Listening Room (SHOW REVIEW)

One year ago this month, the Red Dragon Listening Room in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, brought Chris Hillman and Herb Pedersen to sing in front of a sold out crowd. With their harmonies and Hillman’s mandolin ...

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Ani DiFranco Mixes Folk and Soul in Portland (SHOW REVIEW)

The crowd packed into Portland’s Wonder Ballroom on November 9th like a can of sardines, all trying to maneuver their way into a good sightline of the stage. Ani DiFranco has long held a cult ...

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JD McPherson Gives Go For Broke Rockabilly Performance at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg (SHOW REVIEW)

The rockabilly crowd came out in droves to see JD McPherson and his band tear up the dance floor with their fiery, rock and roll grooves. at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg on November 7. ...

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Jay-Z Conjures Hip-Hop Spirits and Raises the Roof in Houston (SHOW REVIEW)

It would be wrong to call any place but Brooklyn “home” for Jay-Z, but the ties to Houston, Texas, run deep for the hip-hop legend. From inviting Houston rap kings UGK to be on one ...

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Davy Knowles Performs With Almost Unrivaled Intensity & Dexterity at Higher Ground (SHOW REVIEW)

There’s an old adage that states ‘familiarity breeds contempt,” but that truism certainly does not apply to Davy Knowles and his Vermont followers. The one about word-of-mouth being the best publicity certainly does though: on ...

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Deer Tick Go Acoustic and Electric at Raucous Sold Out Portland Performance (SHOW REVIEW)

Four years is a long time to wait for a band to release a new album. Rhode Island rockers Deer Tick understand this, which is why they gifted their fans with not one but two ...

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Third Eye Blind Give Austin a Welcome Dose of Rock Nostalgia (SHOW REVIEW)

It’s almost difficult to believe that we are now twenty years out from 1997 and all the great music that was released that year. Grunge was on the verge of taking its last breath and ...

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Paul Cauthen and the Texas Gentlemen Tackle Outlaw Country, Soul and Boogie With Ease in Portland (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

From Bruce Springsteen to Bob Dylan, many of rock’s best-known artists wouldn’t have achieved such legendary status had it not been for the musicians backing them up. The relationship between the Texas Gentlemen and Paul ...

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LANY Lights Up Phoenix’s The Van Buren (SHOW REVIEW)

The frontman of LANY, Paul Klein, hit the stage of the Van Buren in Phoenix like Jim Morrison posing for a photographer in 1967. Playing Phoenix’s brand new venue, the Van Buren, on their one ...

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Kacy & Clayton Deliver Flawless Set At NYC’s Mercury Lounge (SHOW REVIEW)

Kacy & Clayton are astoundingly good. A cousin duo that hails from Canada, their sound is like something that was beamed down from a bygone era. It’s psychedelic, mystifying, haunting and full of the kind ...

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