The new kid in town in summer festivals is Sad Summer Festival. It made its way through Worcester, MA’s The Palladium on July 14th and with a bill featuring Mom Jeans, Four Years Strong, The Wonder Years and Mayday Parade. It did not disappoint!
Rock giants Kiss brought their End Of The World tour to Newcastle for a jaw-dropping night of hard rock and you can check out the photo gallery from the show here.
It was a great celebration of female contributions to modern music July 14th at Budweiser Stage in Toronto with Ann and Nancy Wilson’s Heart bringing the hits to the stage, along with a huge assist from Sheryl Crow and Elle King.
It was amazing to see 13,500 like-minded music fans getting their alt-rock on at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto this past Saturday! Weezer and Pixies both sounded excellent and left the audience wanting more.
Metal icons Metallica invaded Quebec City’s historic Plains of Abraham for a nearly 3-hour musical assault.
It was just what the doctor ordered when Ted Nugent and his band of Nigerian Rebels (Derek St. Holmes, guitar and vocals; “Wild” Mick Brown, drums; Greg Smith, bass) played the City National Grove of Anaheim. Supporting the recently released album Shutup & Jam, Nuge’s setlist included a few new songs and several of his smash hits. The guitar god, as usual, showed no restraint of tongue between songs, expressing contempt for U.S. Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi and big government. Some of us don’t give a shit about Ted’s political views or what he shoots with his crossbow or sidearm. We just want to hear that Gibson Byrdland sing. Shut up and jam, Ted!