REO Speedwagon & Styx take Irvine back in time

Writing about REO Speedwagon, Styx and Loverboy are synonymous with a walk down memory lane to me. And, let me tell you, these three iconic vintage bands still got it going on! To see them in concert will definitely elevate your blood pressure! As I viewed the Live and Unzoomed Tour audience at the Fivepoint Amphitheater […]

Foreigner brings classic rock back to Erie, PA

There’s nothing like a night witnessing one of the greats! Foreigner, the band that brought us so many hits of the 70s and 80s, was due to hit Erie, Pennsylvania at the historic Warner Theatre on July 27th and I wasn’t about to miss it! Before Foreigner came on, a choir performed from local high […]

Santana blows away St. Louis, with Earth, Wind & Fire

Seeing a living musical legend in person can be quite the surreal experience. On occasion, the shows don’t entirely live up to the hype and they tend to leave fans somewhat disappointed as they make their way back home… simply wishing and longing for the chance to see that same show, only 20 or 30 […]

An evening with Ann Wilson in Tampa, Florida

Ann Wilson, the legendary lead singer of Heart, rocked the house at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Tampa, Florida on June 16th, 2022. Wilson tore through a powerful set with her band, The Amazing Dawgs, proving yet again that she is still the queen of rock and roll. She has been quite busy the […]

Santana’s Miraculous Supernatural Tour hits Mountain View, CA

Man, it was a hot one June 21st at Mountain View’s Shoreline Amphitheatre for Santana’s Miraculous Supernatural Tour with Earth, Wind & Fire. Temperatures were reaching triple digits across the Bay Area, but that didn’t stop Santana fans from coming out early on a Tuesday night to catch Earth, Wind & Fire! At 7:15pm sharp, the […]

ZZ Top rocks Paso Robles, California

On May 29th, I had the opportunity to witness one of the best rock-and-roll bands to ever come out of the 70s at one of my favorite venues — the Vina Robles Amphitheater in Paso Robles, California. As a kid growing up with 70s rock-and-roll due to having older parents, when I saw that ZZ […]

Experiencing Nashville’s first Eastside Boogie

This past October, an amazing new venue opened in Nashville in the form of the Eastside Bowl. Formerly a K-Mart, this retro-style venue prides itself on its vintage 1970s aesthetic. Not only does it have the coolest bowling alley in town, but it also houses an arcade, filled with a collection of old-school games and […]

WORLD VIDEO PREMIERE: The Sweet Things “Ya Know I Don’t Mind”

The story continues! The much-anticipated next installment of The Sweet Things‘ antics are captured in this world premiere of “Ya Know I Don’t Mind”. The single, out on all digital outlets as of May 2nd via Wendigo Productions NYC/Spaghetty Town Records, is the second taste off the band’s forthcoming Brown Leather album — the first […]

An interview with Anton Newcombe of Brian Jonestown Massacre

After nearly three decades of music, psychedelic rock gods The Brian Jonestown Massacre are still going strong! Longtime veterans in the music scene, they have managed to keep their style fresh and ever evolving. Their 19th studio album, Fire Doesn’t Grow on Trees, is set for release June 24th and they are hitting the road […]

Shinedown sets stage ablaze in Des Moines, Iowa

Shinedown brought their Revolution’s Live Tour to the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa on April 12th. Supporting Shinedown were The Pretty Reckless and Diamante. Rather than the usual square stage, with standing room directly in front of it, this stage was assembled into a T-shaped catwalk, with fans on three sides. This layout […]

A night of classic rock with Foghat in North Tonawanda

It was a royal classic rock night, with Head East opening up for Foghat in North Tonawanda, New York at the Riviera Theatre on April 16th! Both classic bands performed very well and energized the crowd, spanning all different age groups. It was evident that Foghat has been worshipped for generations — and will continue […]

Chicago brings five decades of hits to Thousand Oaks, CA

Chicago continues to be one of America’s most loved and successful rock bands since forming in 1967. The longevity of Chicago’s 55-year recording career endures the test of time, evolving throughout five decades of recording. Speaking of decades, lets talk numbers. Chicago has recorded a whopping 37 albums, sold over 100 million records and are one […]

The Buckleys reveal rockin’ “Boogie Woogie Santa Claus” video

It wouldn’t be Christmas without a cool Santa Claus! This year, Australian country rock siblings The Buckleys have created their own rockin’ twist to the holiday classic, “Boogie Woogie Santa Claus”, originally released by Mabel Scott in 1948 before ramping up in fame with Patti Page’s 1950 radio version. Sarah Buckley comments, “We are so […]