Live Shows

Ozzy Rebourne Barks At The Moon At The Diesel Theater

Another tribute band that has been growing in popularity is an Ozzy Osbourne or I should say Crazy Babies – Ozzy Rebourne. They were playing at the Diesel Theater on Saturday, March 23, 2019, with The Nightmare (an Alice Cooper tribute band). The Crazy Babies-Ozzy Rebourne was a nominee for the 2018 Detroit Music Award for Outstanding Tribute Band. Its members include Michael “Boyd” Quinton (Ozzy Rebourne), Keith Holstein (Guitarist), Rob Johannis (Bass Guitarist / Backing Vocals) and Charlie Smaldino (Drummer).

Vibrato and Pirates and Metal Oooooh My

If you’re like me, whenever you pick up a book, you are tempted to go to the last chapter to see how the story ends. So it was with my Anvil experience. Yes, I knew there was a popular movie that would put the current chapter into perspective. As a correspondent, I knew I should have known some of the history, but why let history bias the experience?

A Heartfelt Connection For Seth Walker As He Rolls Through Asheville

A sold-out crowd at the Isis Music Hall warmly welcomed Seth Walker and his bandmates on Saturday evening. An electric blues singer, guitarist, and songwriter, Walker is on the road supporting his recent album release, Are You Open?, and tonight marked a beautiful evening filled with family, friends, and fans.

Sparks Fly As The Truth Tour Grinds Through The Fillmore –...

The 2019 Truth Tour shook the foundation at a sold-out Fillmore on Friday night. The night was full blast with headliners Nothing More and support from Of Mice & Men, Badflower and Palisades.

Too Many Zooz Drops By The Danforth Music Hall

Too Many Zooz performed at the historic Danforth Music Hall (opened 100 years ago this August) on Saturday, March 9th. The band consists of three men from New York City, Leo Pellegrino on the baritone saxophone, Matt "Doe" Muirhead with the trumpet, and David "the King of Sludge" Parks keeping the beat on his simple yet well-integrated drum kit (cowbell included!).

Queensrÿche Rocks Concord Music Hall

Veteran heavy metal prog rockers Queensrÿche made their stop at the Concord Music Hall in Chicago, supporting the March 1st release of their latest album release The Verdict, and promptly rocked the paint off the walls at the venue.

Photo Gallery: Julia Michaels Shares Her Inner Monologue

Singer and songwriter, Julia Michaels, opened as special guest for P!NK’s Beautiful Trauma World Tour at the Spectrum Center on 3/09/19. Michaels is on tour supporting her recently released EP Inner Monologue Part 1.

Concert Review: P!NK is the Color of Love

P!NK’s Beautiful Trauma World Tour showcases both performance and production that is captivating, inspiring, and brave. This tour has already had an extensive trek with many crowds experiencing the awe that surrounds it. For those that haven’t had an opportunity to catch the show: Do it! (Warning - Spoiler Alert Ahead)  

Weathers Fills Chicago’s Metro With Infectious Music

Touring in support of Magic Giant, and their most recent album release, Kids in the Night, LA based rock band Weathers opened up the evening by having the crowd dance and sing along with their single, “I’m Not Ok”. With Cameron Olsen on lead guitar, Brennen Bates on bass and keyboards, Cole Carson on drums, and Cameron Boyer on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, it’s instantly easy to see how this young band has developed a relatively strong following pretty quickly.

Concert Review: American Icon Cher delivers her own Valentine to Bankers...

Indianapolis, IN. -  Bankers Life Fieldhouse was a buzz Thursday, February 14th in anticipation for American Icon CHER to hit the stage.  The Fieldhouse was packed as hit-maker and record producer Niles Rodgers and Chic got the party started with famous disco classics like "Everybody Dance", "I Want Your Love", "Dance, Dance, Dance" and "Le Freak" as the crowd danced and sang along.
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