The band Blue October has been a favorite of mine since the late 90’s. I saw them in concert once before, so I already knew they would put on an amazing show. When I saw their name on the Bunbury Festival lineup, I admit to being really excited about having another chance to see them live. Their story of making it to the top, falling down, and getting back up again is extremely inspiring to me. They are not quite to the level they were before, but they are almost there. A lot
Rock and pop-punk fans, put your devil horns in the air! There’s a brand-new festival making the rounds, and it’s coming to Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center on July 14! The Rockstar Energy Drink DISRUPT Festival is bringing some of the best and brightest artists together in a one-day festival, and doing it in a unique way.
Sure, there will be lots of the stuff you expect: meet and greets, merch and non-profit booths, pop-ups, and other interactive things to try out. But (an
It’s hard for me to write objectively about Badflower - they were the second band I ever photographed in front of the barrier, and they absolutely blew me away with their passion and energy. I mean, guitarist Joey Morrow played so hard he snapped the neck of his guitar! I instantly became a fan, and I’ve been following them ever since. Their rise from relative obscurity to the top of the charts has been rapid since they released their first full-length album, OK, I’m Sick, on
Certain people just have a way of making political correctness meaningless. These few charmed individuals such as shock jock Howard Stern, late night comedians, even a few notable politicians can escape the backlash from a few misplaced words or phrases. Well Steel Panther is another addition to this enviable list. They take glam metal to a whole new level of fun and comedy. Mixing 80's metal with outrageous lyrics, Steel Panther takes their listener back to their teenage yea
Kansas “Point of Know Return” 40th Anniversary Tour at Old National Centre 11/11/18 After 40 years and over 6 million copies, Kansas’ “Point of Know Return” album remains an icon of progressive rock. To see and hear it performed live, in its entirety, is an amazing experience, and one which I wholeheartedly recommend! I was privileged to be part of the sold-out crowd when Kansas came to the Murat Theatre at Old National Centre in Indianapolis November 11. I wondered if I’d r