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.
The Washboard Union February 11th, 2018 South Okanagan Events Centre (SOEC) Photo Credit: Crystal Lee
Old Dominion and Cold Creek County February 11th, 2018 South Okanagan Events Centre (SOEC) Photo Credit: Crystal Lee
In a world where feel-good buzz words like gratitude and blessings are beginning to lose their luster, Matt Mays is the real deal. A true conductor of the gooey kind of good vibes all the new age kids are searching for. I’m not saying that gratitude is a bad thing or that blessing are for suckers, but I’ve definitely heard a fair number of people throwing those words around like candy and it was really nice to be in an environment where you could feel those words.
Matt Mays at Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver on January 27, 2018 Photo and Review by Mariko Margetson Via Vandala Magazine and Live Nation
Aftershock Festival 2017 Photo Credit L. Paul Mann Via Vandala Magazine Website: http://aftershockconcert.com/
Interview By Mariko Margetson From Fall/Winter Vandala Magazine 2017 (Free HERE) The crowd that greeted the Barenaked Ladies for the first of two sold-out shows at Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom on […]