Queensryche’s “The Verdict 2020 U.S. Tour” arrived in Anaheim last Thursday night at the House of Blues along with John 5, and we can safely say that the band’s classic sound was still very much intact.
Gina Katon, founder of the Little Miss Nasty production, discusses the evolution of her hard-hitting burlesque show, creating what is now known as “rock n’ roll burlesque,” and empowering women through performance.
Slayer, supported by Primus, Ministry, and opening act Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, played their final show at The Forum in Los Angeles, and it was a night to remember to say the very least.
Playing for a sold-out crowd at Whisky a Go-Go in West Hollywood, Steel Panther threw a full-on party to celebrate the release of their fifth album, Heavy Metal Rules, with support from L.A. rock n’ rollers California.
Above Ground, a benefit organized by Dave Navarro and Billy Morrison to raise awareness and funds for mental health treatment (proceeds went to MusiCares), returned to Hollywood’s Fonda Theatre. Rock star ego was non-existent. Only love.
The Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, California hosted a gathering of musicians and other celebrities for an epic evening at the annual Rock to Recovery 4 benefit concert and fundraising event, honouring Katey Sagal and John Feldmann and featuring a performance by Sacred Sons.
Chris Carter is the host of America’s longest-running Beatles-focused radio show, Breakfast With The Beatles, and Chris Carter’s British Invasion, both on SiriusXM. We spoke with Carter about the show, his love of radio, and his own connection with music.
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Wisconsin Death Trip, Static-X hit The Observatory in Santa Ana with DevilDriver, Dope, and Wednesday 13 for a sweaty, energetic night of new and old.
After their arresting performance at Southern California’s annual Doheny Blues Festival, we caught up with blues rock phenoms Southern Avenue for a soulful discussion about their music and second album Keep On, out now via Concord Records.
Hollywood Vampires, the rock supergroup featuring Alice Cooper, Joe Perry, and Johnny Depp, brought a star-studded affair to the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on May 11th.
THE END Machine, featuring members of Dokken, Foreigner, Lynch Mob and Warrant, absolutely lit up Hollywood, California’s Whisky a Go Go on April 4th!
Merging tattoos and music, Travis Barker’s MUSINK returned to the Orange County Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, California. Here are our TOP 5 observations and reflections on this year’s phenomenal edition of the annual festival.
Daron Malakian and Scars on Broadway performed a provoking two-hour set for a sold-out crowd last Thursday at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California. Thankfully for us all, we caught the show!
British alt-rock quartet The Kooks played the second show of their U.S. headlining tour on February 12th at L.A.’s legendary Hollywood Palladium, along with opening act Barns Courtney.