Kash’d Out melts faces in St. Louis with electrifying performance

The Old Rock House in St. Louis was packed with excited fans on May 9th. Anticipation rose as attendees eagerly readied for a night of infectious rhythms. The stage was set for an extremely fun evening, kicked off by the energetic and thrilling performance by Dale and the ZDubs. Dale and his band showed off […]

Thievery Corporation heals Cincinnati with soulful performance

Despite the Cincinnati Reds having an 8-game losing streak, fans were cheering inside Bogart’s Cincinnati Concert Venue on May 9th, 2024 thanks to Thievery Corporation! Thievery Corporation is a global band, representing many parts of the world. It’s the music of the people, for the people. They are the singing, reggae, hip-hop infused, multi-lingual, acid […]

Fans happily get Knocked Loose in Nashville

The year was 1998, and I remember my friends got me a ticket for my birthday to see a brand new band taking the Northeast Hardcore scene by storm. The band was Hatebreed, and prior to this show, my only experience with live heavy metal was the comparatively tame hair metal band Poison. This night […]

Taking Back Sunday takes back San Diego between Coachella weekends

Taking Back Sunday swung by San Diego’s newest fan-favorite venue The Sound alongside the Del Mar Racetrack in between their legendary Coachella sets recently.  San Diego was bestowed with a headliner side show with beloved elder-emo Adam Lazzara (lead vocals), John Nolan (lead guitar, piano, vocals), Shaun Cooper (bass), and Mark O’Connell (drums) on April […]

Koe Wetzel and the Konvicts packs Paso Robles amphitheater

Paso Robles has got “Something To Talk About” thanks to the return of Koe Wetzel, this time selling out Vina Robles Amphitheater. Koe Wetzel and the Konvicts hit the stage ready to party, with high energy and kickass pyrotechnics. Koe has become a fast-rising star: an outlaw in the country music scene, showing no sign […]

A dynamic night with Blake Rose in Nashville

Over the last few years, rising indie pop artist Blake Rose has been steadily making his mark across the world. A gifted vocalist hailing from Perth, Australia (now residing in Los Angeles, California), Rose constructs compositions around his emotionally empowering lyrics, using combinations of synthesized and acoustic orchestrations alongside a myriad of self-produced melodic soundscapes […]

Going gothic in Detroit with The Veronicas

St. Andrews Hall hosted the Gothic Summer Tour and it had one of the most fun lineups I have ever seen. Both artists kept my attention from beginning to end; I know they kept the audience’s attention, as well. It was a night to forget life’s problems and, instead, enjoy yourself for a few hours. […]

Fall Out Boy & Jimmy Eat World set Milwaukee ablaze

On a rainy Tuesday night early in April, the great state of Wisconsin was set ablaze with pop-punk fever as Fall Out Boy‘s So Much For (2our) Dust Tour stormed into the Fiserv Forum, joined by the iconic Jimmy Eat World. The weather outside the iconic “Deer District” was cold and windy, as if winter […]

Kai Wachi delivers one of EDM’s most bone-rattling sets EVER

The Old Rock House just south of Downtown St. Louis hosted another heavy dubstep show to a packed house of headbangers. The heavy-wub-heavyweight Kai Wachi and his two opener acts were brought to town by B&W productions, and certainly gave the audience a performance to remember. Accompanying Kai Wachi on the tour were the two […]

Big Something brings jam band goodness to St. Louis

North Carolina-based improvisational rock band Big Something came roaring into St Louis on April 18th and I could not have been more excited. In 2018, I was fortunate enough to help run sound for The Big What? — Big Something’s self-produced jam band festival thrown in the North Carolina hills. When I first learned about […]