Travis Barker who is best known as the drummer of Blink 182 successfully brought the 12th annual Musink festival to Orange County Fairgrounds, March 8th to 10th. The three-day music, tattoo, and classic car event culminated Sunday with a retro Punk music line up featuring six veteran bands.The fairgrounds somehow provided the perfect backdrop for the uniquely Southern California gathering.
The legendary Roxy theater on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood has been a showcase venue for some of the biggest names in rock music for over 45 years. The tradition continued on March 12th when 90’s Alt rock powerhouse bands Bush and Live played a secret show sponsored by local radio station KROQ.
Article By Mariko Margetson Wednesday, June 27 was a big night at the Commodore Ballroom. The barricade was chest high and the stage was littered with musical instruments, mostly of […]
Photo and Article Credit: L. Paul Mann The second annual Arroyo Seco music festival took place on the third longest day of the year, Saturday, June 23rd, bringing in the […]
2018 has started out with a bang! Music of all sorts in full force in the winter months. On the cover we have the multi-talented Ryan Shuck of Dead By Sunrise and […]
The legendary Troubadour nightclub was buzzing early on a cold Valentines day evening in Beverly Hills. A seemingly endless line of enthusiastic music fans stretched around the block for the sold out concert. But this wasn’t the likes of Guns N Roses or Depeche Mode, both of which recently played much-hyped gigs at the tiny nightclub. This was a young new band, the Vista Kicks, joyfully kicking off a whirlwind national tour at the prestigious venue.
To the surprise of most everyone, Max Cavalera and crew (the Soulfly crew, that is) have decided to do a tour in which they perform the 1994 album Point Blank by Nailbomb (which is what he was calling himself and his band at the time). It was a