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  • Coachella Line-Up Announced

    It’s that time of the year again. When hipsters and celebrities alike trek out to the middle of the California desert to dance around in flower crowns and headdresses to see some of today’s top musical artists perform. If you are lucky enough to score the highly coveted tickets on January 6th to this year’s […]

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  • Post Modern Jukebox Tour: Vintage with a Twist, Not a Twerk

    Scott Bradlee’s Post Modern Jukebox is a YouTube sensation in which incredible singers take popular songs and transport them into different time periods and genres. If you explore the Post Modern Jukebox YouTube station you will find a vintage blue-grass hoedown version of “Anaconda”, a 1950’s doo-wop of “Rude”, and “Sweater Weather” reimagined as Edith […]

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  • Port Chuck Band Plays Manasquan, NJ

    It was soaps meet rock ‘n’ roll when the Port Chuck Band played to an enthusiastic crowd October 18 at Algonquin Arts Theater in Manasquan, NJ. The band’s name plays homage to Port Chuck a.k.a Port Charles, the fictional city of the soap opera General Hospital. Members consist of former General Hospital cast members Brandon Barash, (ex-Johnny Zacchara, […]

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  • Concert Review: Blurryface Tour

    Twenty One Pilots stopped by San Diego, California last night as part of their Blurryface Tour which I got to be apart of. And let me tell you…THEY. KILLED. IT. LAST. NIGHT. Wow, just…wow. Twenty One Pilots is an American, electro-pop duo that consists of Tyler Joseph (vocalist, lead) and Josh Dun (drummer) from Columbus, […]

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  • Rick Springfield, Loverboy, and The Romantics On Tour!

    The 80’s heartthrob trio is on tour! Rick Springfield, Loverboy, and The Romantics kicked off their new tour on August 29th at the Delta Classic Chastain Park in Atlanta, GA. Current schedule has Rick, Loverboy, and The Romantics touring until November 21st with the final show at Weill Center for Performing Art’s in Sheboygun, WI. […]

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  • LVL UP: Playing It Low-Key

    On Tuesday, August 4, teens and adults alike filled the audience at the Crescent Ballroom in Phoenix, Arizona. LVL UP came on stage and played their half-hour set. It was difficult to hear the lyrics, as is common with smaller live venues, but I noticed a couple of things that seemed odd … Two of […]

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