The Sheepdogs, Canada’s favorite 70’s tribute band that isn’t a cover band were back in town to play to a groovy crowd at Vancouver’s Malkin Bowl on Saturday, September 1.
Simply put, Robert Plant is a musical genius and his newest album Carry Fire is a demonstration of said genius. The eleven song collection is a divine infusion of abstract musings, poignant observations, ethereal sounds, and tribal rhythms guided by Plant’s omnipotent transmission of emotion.
Fans descended upon Ascension Fields at Lamar Dixon in Gonzales, Louisiana for the inaugural Flambeau Festival on Sunday. Hurricane Nate wasn’t going to slow the festival down. Even though weather conditions shortened the two-day fest to one, the […]
Robert Plant has announced the first North American headline dates on his upcoming world tour celebrating the release of his eagerly anticipated new album Carry Fire which arrives via Nonesuch/Warner Bros. at […]
One of the most well-known American rock singers, Brett Michaels, brought musical fireworks to his fans at the Chumash Casino Resort Santa Ynez on July 4th weekend.
During one of the best evenings of live music in Santa Barbara this summer, three innovative groups of musicians brought their immense talents to the Santa Barbara Bowl. The July 7th concert took place on a sweltering evening with a nearly full moon hanging above the hillside amphitheater.
There’s always a certain appreciation for retro material among music fans. While we may tend to gravitate mostly toward the music that comes out in our own time, many who love music like to look back several