American Aquarium / Tommy Prine – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA – 12/8/21

Closing out the year with a short East Coast run, American Aquarium stopped at the Foundry in Philadelphia and played a hell of a set for a Wednesday night. For this leg of the tour, opening the show was Tommy Prine. If it wasn’t known before his set by the 5th song Tommy introduced himself… Read More American Aquarium / Tommy Prine – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA – 12/8/21

The Juliana Theory / Mae – Theatre Of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA – 11/28/21

The beginning of the 2000’s was the best years for me to find music.  My search for new music was reading the liner notes in albums to see what bands were thanked, compilation albums were a huge part in discovering new bands, and then there was just going to shows with no idea how a… Read More The Juliana Theory / Mae – Theatre Of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA – 11/28/21

The Slackers – Levitt Pavilion Steel Stacks – Bethlehem, PA – 6/5/21

With concerts back one of the great parts of the Steel Stacks in Bethlehem, PA is the huge assortments of free concerts they put on each summer. As luck had it, the first show back at Steel Stacks without the “pods” and limited capacity was The Slackers. This was a good thing because for a… Read More The Slackers – Levitt Pavilion Steel Stacks – Bethlehem, PA – 6/5/21

Gary Clark Jr. / Fiona Silver / Jeremiah Tall – Musikfest – Bethlehem, PA – 8/8/18

On day 6 of Musikfest 2018, rock n roll was alive and well with all credit to Gary Clark Jr. Starting the show off was acoustic folk/blues singer Jeremiah Tall. Being a fairly local musician, Jeremiah also had other dates at Musikfest on side stages, his performance on the main stage garnered attention from the… Read More Gary Clark Jr. / Fiona Silver / Jeremiah Tall – Musikfest – Bethlehem, PA – 8/8/18

The Who – Citizens Bank Park – Philadelphia, PA – 5/25/19

For over 50 years, The Who has been rock ‘n’ roll’s longest running band and even though Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend have mentioned they are ready to stop, the road and music is embedded in their blood to the point where they can’t let go.  For their latest tour, “Moving On!”, The Who prove… Read More The Who – Citizens Bank Park – Philadelphia, PA – 5/25/19

The Dull Blue Lights – Musikfest – Bethlehem, PA – 8/5/18

Returning to Musikfest once again was local Philadelphia basement soul band the Dull Blue Lights.  Performing one of their most exhilarating sets I’ve seen yet at the Musikfest Cafe stage on the south side campus of Musikfest, Dull Blue Lights’ hour and half set featured covers and original material.  The band, now a four piece,… Read More The Dull Blue Lights – Musikfest – Bethlehem, PA – 8/5/18

Roger Daltrey performing “Tommy” with The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia – The Mann Center – Philadelphia, PA – 6/19/18

An introduction isn’t needed for the likes of Roger Daltrey, if you weren’t aware, the lead singer of The Who is one of the most influential, larger than life, charismatic front man out there.  From the time The Who started to now, Roger Daltrey is a one of a kind, and it is rare to… Read More Roger Daltrey performing “Tommy” with The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia – The Mann Center – Philadelphia, PA – 6/19/18

New Found Glory / Bayside / The Movielife / Ace Enders / Crime In Stereo / Elder Brother / Well Wisher – Convention Hall – Asbury Park, NJ – 5/27/18

The New Jersey rain didn’t stop New Found Glory’s impressive Sick Tour from being cancelled in Asbury Park.  The extensive month long tour which features Bayside, The Movielife, and Ryan Key of Yellowcard is a dream tour for fans new and old.  However, the New Jersey date of the tour was turned into something special,… Read More New Found Glory / Bayside / The Movielife / Ace Enders / Crime In Stereo / Elder Brother / Well Wisher – Convention Hall – Asbury Park, NJ – 5/27/18