Heavy metal powerhouse Five Finger Death Punch in Duluth, GA, on October 11 Scroll to end for full gallery. Five Finger Death Punch, known familiarly to their devoted fans as 5FDP, continued their highly anticipated double-headliner tour with Volbeat at Gwinnett Arena in Duluth, GA. With five studio albums, an EP, and assorted singles and […]
Danish metal band Volbeat played the Arena at Gwinnett Center in Duluth, GA, on October 11, in a triple bill with Hellyeah and Five Finger Death Punch Fronted by singer and guitarist Michael Poulsen, the band (Rob Caggiano on lead guitar, Anders Kjølholm on bass, and Jon Larsen on drums) delivered a raucous set in […]
Colorado’s own OneRepublic played at Aaron’s Ampitheater (aka Lakewood) in Atlanta for their “Native Summer” tour on August 19.
The Gipsy Kings and their “Spanish flamenco / Romani rhapsody meets salsa funk” style tore down the house at Chastain Park in Atlanta on August 15. Dancing in the aisles was not a figure of speech at this show. It was hard to see the stage sometimes because of the mass of bodies moving to […]
The Avett Brothers played at Verizon Wireless in Alpharetta on May 25 with special guest, the legendary Emmylou Harris, who made a surprise appearance for one song with them on stage.
File this under not-too-surprising developments: Queensryche (the Geoff Tate one) will change their band name to “Operation: Mindcrime” after their final farewell tour this summer.
German-born electronic music performer and producer Boys Noize (aka Alex Ridha) will be co-headlining a tour with Baauer ( Harry Bauer Rodrigues) and also worked on a track collab for the tour trailer, “Fire Like This,” seen here:
The rumors of a Limp Bizkit / Machine Gun Kelly tour for this fall appear to be true – although neither artist’s site has any details as yet, Ticketmaster has dates announced throughout the country starting in September. So far nothing in or even close to Atlanta. Seems a bit strange given the hip-hop industry […]
Charismatic front man Josh Todd and fellow Buckcherry band mates (Keith Nelson and Stevie D., guitars; Kelly LeMieux, bass; Xavier Muriel, drums) , brought his animated, physical, and more than slightly NC-17 style to Wild Bill’s in Duluth on May 23, headlining a triple bill with Fozzy and Kickin Valentina.
Fozzy, fronted by former wrestling heavyweight champion turned rock star Chris Jericho, appeared at Wild Bill’s in Duluth on 5/23 in a tour to promote their latest album due out on July 22, Do You Wanna Start A War.
Neil Young said it best: rock and roll can never die, and Kickin Valentina is doing their best to make sure of that.
Infectious smiles and what seemed like a genuine surprise and appreciation of the reception given to them – it was practically impossible to leave this show feeling down or bored. Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan were in Atlanta in support of their latest release Pulses and performed a variety of songs from that album as […]
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