Train & Friends @ the Paramount

November 28, 2017
Just in the nick of time to embrace the spirit of the 2017 holiday season, Train released, for the first time ever, Christmas in Tahoe in October 2017 to digital retailers other than Amazon. This sugar plum album, originally released in November of 2015, is a compilation album of 3 tracks of original Christmas music, along with mouthwatering rendit...
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Epica & Lacuna Coil @ Playstation Theater

September 29, 2017
For fans of European Metal, the prospect of a tour uniting Insomnium with Lacuna Coil and Epica is a dream come true. Well, pinch yourself because the wish was granted with The Ultimate Principle Tour. Launched at the end of August, and visiting cities coast to coast across North America, on Friday, September 29th, the tour reached its final destin...
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Shinedown & Biffy Clyro @ The Paramount

September 06, 2017
The end of the summer season can be a sad affair for many. Gone are the long days, outdoor cookouts, and for some, summer love. Thankfully, here to help wash away the end of summer blues are Hard Rock titans Shinedown on a limited North American run of shows with Scotland’s Biffy Clyro. How limited? Well, it comes just a month after Shinedown wrapp...
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One Republic, Fitz And The Tantrums & James Arthur @ Jones Beach Theater

July 29, 2017
Working with talented musicians since back in 2001, the Honda Civic Tour returns in 2017 with a fantastic lineup led by OneRepublic with support from Fitz and The Tantrums and James Arthur. The now summer tradition, over the past 16 years the tour has seen everyone from Blink-182, to Linkin Park, to Demi Lovato, and One Direction fill the bill. Now...
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Boston @ Jones Beach Theater

July 23, 2017
A space ship was spotted for the very first time on August 25, 1976 hovering in the skyline of Boston, Massachusetts. It was mistaken for a UFO, but it was later identified as the Rock band Boston after they dropped a close encounter album self-entitled, Boston. Primarily recorded at Tom Scholz home, Foxglove Studios in Watertown, their debut has a...
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Muse + Thirty Seconds to Mars @ Jones Beach Theater

July 22, 2017
When thinking of active Rock bands powerful enough to move a stadium size crowd, a short list comes to mind. Of course there are The Rolling Stones, U2, Bon Jovi, along with Iron Maiden in certain corners of the earth, but how about throwing Muse into the discussion? An English Alternative Rock trio from Teignmouth, Devon, Muse began their journey...
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Iron Maiden @ Barclays Center

July 21, 2017
There is nothing quite like an Iron Maiden concert experience. All around the venue, for blocks, for miles, their devotees can be seen preparing to enter the chosen temple of the night’s proceedings. Clad in their myriad Eddie paraphernalia, they comprise all generations, all races, and all walks of life. Such is the breadth of followers of these l...
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Deftones & Rise Against @ Jones Beach Theater

June 13, 2017
In celebration of summer 2017, Deftones and Rise Against have joined forces for an extensive co-headlining tour, produced by Live Nation. Taking along Thrice and Three Trapped Tigers, beginning on June 9th in Chicago, IL, the 21-stop tour runs through July 9th, ending in Tempe, AZ. Just a week in, on Tuesday, June 13th, one of this summer’s biggest...
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Bon Jovi @ Madison Square Garden

April 13, 2017
In the modern era of Rock-n-Roll, there are only a handful of active artists who can sell out stadiums, among the select few are U2, Bruce Springsteen, The Rolling Stones, and Bon Jovi. Out of The Garden State of New Jersey, Bon Jovi became a success out the gate with their 1984 self-titled debut album, but it would be 1986’s Slippery When Wet whic...
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Whitechapel presents the Metal Blade Records 35th Anniversary Show @ Irving Plaza

February 25, 2017
Back in 1982, a little record label was formed out of Los Angeles, California are under the title Metal Blade Records. Founded by former Record Store Employee Brian Slagel as a way to garner attention for Los Angeles area Metals bands, through the years, the label has seen many mega bands be a part of the family from Slayer, to Behemoth, to Amon Am...
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