Noblesville & Co. - The weather was perfect as fans streamed into Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center on Wednesday June 12th for a visit by Dead & Co. This venue has some history with the Dead hosting concerts with the original line up in the late 80's to early 90's, including one of the last concerts (July 2, 1995) before the tragic loss of founding member Jerry Garcia. The years since have seen various touring incarnations with the remaining band members, but none have had the success or longevity of the original Grateful Dead.
The Murat Theatre at Old National Centre was all a buzz Monday evening in anticipation of Hozier bringing his Wasteland, Baby! tour to Indianapolis! The sold out crowd settled into the theatre as the band BAILEN, a sibling trio from New York, kicked the evening off with music from their new album, Thrilled to Be Here. Twin brothers Daniel (bass, vocals) and David (drums, vocals) along with sister Julia (guitar, vocals) describe their sound as "sibling harmonies to melt your soul" and they were not kidding.
The Richmond forecast called for a calm night on June 11th, although little did the forecasters know, ‘Hurricane’ Nita Strauss was rolling into town to bring a localized storm that would leave a lasting footprint on The Canal Club.
Sammy Hagar and his newest super group The Circle, stopped by the Hollywood Casino Amphiteatre in support of the groups' recent release of all original material, Space Between. The band features Jason Bonham - the son of the late and great Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, former Busboys guitarist Vic Johnson - who is also his longtime guitarist from the Waboritas since he was in Van Halen, and Michael Anthony - former bassist for Van Halen and frequent collaborator with Chickenfoot.
Simpsonville, SC – Collective Soul delivered their “Now’s The Time Tour” to the CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park on May 28. The Atlanta-based rock band, along with...
On May 15, 2019, two complimentary bands, Evanescence and VERIDIA, took to the stage at The Anthem. It was a night where the vocals were spectacular and the musicianship of the instrumentals was phenomenal.
The genre of Hard Rock has a youthful torch being carried by rising Michigan-based rockers, Greta Van Fleet, and on May 15th the band was at the Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre to bring their March of the Peaceful Army tour to North Carolina.
The Bon Secours Wellness Arena was packed full on Friday, holding a sold-out crowd who were ready to roll on with an evening of music by two iconic Country music groups, Alabama and The Charlie Daniels Band. The audience represented a vast age span, with generations of families seen gathered together to enjoy Alabama’s 50thAnniversary Tour.
Passionate Aussie rockers The Faim took to the stage at Chicago's Metro on Tuesday evening with the force and power of a Category 5 hurricane. Now if you aren't familiar with The Faim, don't worry - you will be soon enough. The band has been touring in their native Australia as well as Europe, selling out shows on both continents all the while gaining momentum with airplay and making new fans along the way.