The B-52s Farewell Tour Makes Final Atlanta Stop at Fox Theatre (Photos and Recap)

Photos and Recap by Max Stewart It gets said a lot, but Athens GA’s The B-52s are truly in a category all alone. Their innovative sound was completely original and forged a path for many new wave and art rock bands to push the boundary of ‘safe’ music in the mainstream and beyond. Best part… Read More The B-52s Farewell Tour Makes Final Atlanta Stop at Fox Theatre (Photos and Recap)

Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood’s The Smile Push Sonic Limits and Show Fan Appreciation in Atlanta

Photos and Review by Max Stewart Everybody has those albums that mold your musical taste. Radiohead’s OK Computer was for sure mine. It was one of three CDs that I wore out during the summer going into freshmen year of high school. The multi-layered soundscapes and haunting yet beautiful melodies… everything about it was so… Read More Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood’s The Smile Push Sonic Limits and Show Fan Appreciation in Atlanta

Blackberry Smoke’s Holiday Homecoming at Fox Theatre More Meaningful This Year with Drummer Brit Turner Returning to Stage – Photo Recap

Photos by Ryan Swerdlin This year’s annual Blackberry Smoke Holiday Homecoming Concert in Atlanta had a lot more weight to it this year than in the year’s prior, as it marked a return to the stage of drummer Brit Turner, who has been battling some health challenges this year. It was an emotional and powerful… Read More Blackberry Smoke’s Holiday Homecoming at Fox Theatre More Meaningful This Year with Drummer Brit Turner Returning to Stage – Photo Recap

Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Keep the Spirit of the Dead Alive and Well in Chicago

Photos and Review by Stephen Bloch There’s no such thing as a bad evening of Grateful Dead music, period.  This is particularly true when the band that is reinterpreting their music is none other than Joe Russo’s Almost Dead.  On Friday evening, Chicago’s Rivera Theater played host to JRAD for the first of three sold… Read More Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Keep the Spirit of the Dead Alive and Well in Chicago

Brew City Bluegrass: Infamous Stringdusters and Armchair Boogie at Milwaukee’s Turner Hall Ballroom

Photos and Review by Stephen Bloch Milwaukee loves beer, cheese, the Green Bay Packers, and bluegrass. Not sure the rank order at this point, but bluegrass certainly would be near the top based upon the over the top reception that both The Infamous Stringdusters and Armchair Boogie received at Turner Hall Ballroom. Even on a… Read More Brew City Bluegrass: Infamous Stringdusters and Armchair Boogie at Milwaukee’s Turner Hall Ballroom