Show Reviews

Avenged Sevenfold Set Fire To The SOLD OUT BB&T Pavilion

AVENGED SEVENFOLD made their way into Camden, NJ’s BB&T Pavilion on June 21st for their “free” show which was the rescheduled date for all of those who were World Wired Tour ticket holders from the Philadelphia Metallica show that Avenged could not perform at back in May due to guitarist, Synyster Gates welcoming his new son to the world and be with …

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Niall Horan Shines as a Solo Artist on TODAY Show

Dedicated fans lined the sidewalks of 48th and 49th streets in the rain, some for days and many many hours for a chance to see the One Direction singer, Niall Horan return to NBC’s the Today Show on Monday for his second appearance on the show, but this time it was for the Citi Concert Series. His first appearance on the Today …

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DREAMCAR Brought High Energy and 80’s Retro Vibes to Philadelphia

No Doubt/AFI Supergroup, DREAMCAR brought their high energy and their 80’s retro vibe to Philadelphia’s Theatre of The Living Arts. DREAMCAR is a joint venture of AFI frontman Davey Havok and No Doubt members Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont, and Adrian Young. The bands first single, “Kill for Candy,” premiered on LA based radio station KROQ in early March, and fans loved it. The …

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2017’s MMRBQ Shines A Light Through Tragedy With Music

Music is a conduit for love and understanding. It brings us together in these large stadiums, either indoor or outdoor to show appreciation for it like a form of prayer from time to time. Earlier in the week, legendary front man, Chris Cornell for bands such as Soundgarden and Audioslave was found dead in his hotel room after a show after Soundgarden’s …

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JOJO Receives MAD LOVE from Philadelphia at The Sold Out Trocadero Theatre

Although, JoJo is best known for achieving insane amounts success at 14 years old in 2004 with her hit song, “Leave (Get Out),” which she followed up with her number-three single, “Too Little, Too Late,” in 2006. JoJo’s latest record MAD LOVE. is a force to be reckoned with released via Atlantic Records on October 14th, 2016. The album has gotten great amounts …

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Mike Posner & The Legendary Mike Posner Band Proves it is Fine to “Be As You Are”

Mike Posner & The Legendary Mike Posner Band brought their tour to Philadelphia’s Theatre Of The Living Arts with special guest Adam Friedman. While Posner and the band had a number of radio shows and a few headlining performances throughout 2016, this tour marks Posner’s biggest headlining tour in support of his latest and most personal LP, At Night, Alone. Posner became a household name in …

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IN THIS MOMENT Brought The Half God Half Devil Tour to Philadelphia

(MMM) In This Moment brought their Half God Half Devil Tour into Philadelphia’s Electric Factory with special guests Motionless In White, Avatar, and Gemini Syndrome. This tour is the perfect combination of Metal, Rock, Makeup, and Horror for all fans to enjoy. In fact the crowd was a wide variety of fans dressed very similar to Maria Brink, Motionless in …

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M&M’s Spotlight: DNCE Astonishes with Electrifying Show at Brooklyn Bowl

Unlimited bags of free M&M’s, An interactive photo booth & GIF creator, Virtual Reality, high-tech bowling with friends, and a jammin’ dance party with DNCE. That was what the M&M’s spotlight concert featuring DNCE was about in Brooklyn, NY at the Genre-defying Brooklyn Bowl which is an incredibly unique venue with not only a bowling alley but a stage for live …

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Deadmau5 Blasts Through ‘Lots of Shows in a Row’

Deadmau5

The Canadian progressive/house/electro DJ Joel Zimmerman, AKA Deadmau5, played a packed Merriweather Post Pavilion Saturday night in Columbia, Maryland. The “lots of shows in a row” tour showcased Deadmau5’s new massive Cube 2.1 with LED lighting effects and videos you couldn’t take your eyes from. The sound quality was amazing and the bass was booming, pleasing an energetic crowd. Deadmau5 …

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Blue October Makes Philadelphia’s Heart Go Bang at Electric Factory

Multi-Platinum international rock band, Blue October brought their Heart Go Bang Tour to Philadelphia’s nearly sold out Electric Factory on April 1st to play their biggest headlining show in Philadelphia to date according to frontman, Justin Furstenfeld, and no this was no April Fools joke. Blue October is currently out on the road in support of their latest album titled Home. Not only was …

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