Author: Gerald Biggerstaff
The year was 1998. Legendary crooner Frank Sinatra left the mortal coil, Google came into existence, and the alternative band, Garbage, released their sophomore album, Version 2.0. When I first heard this album, I instantly became a fan of Garbage. A year later, I saw them for the first time in concert. Thanks to being […]
AWOLNATION arrived in Cleveland Saturday, February 17 to a sold-out crowd. The California-based alternative band played at the House of Blues Cleveland as part of their nationwide tour in support of their recently released third album, Here Come the Runts. To open the show, a small clip of “El Condor Pasa” by Nico Gomez and […]
BSR staff photographer Gerald Biggerstaff caught Chil’s “Off to England” concert at Musica in Akron.
Photos by: Gerald Biggerstaff The Cleveland House of Blues saw a Canadian invasion on Monday, October 30. The Canadian post-grunge band, Our Lady Peace rocked the HOB as a part of their 20 Years of Clumsy tour. Released on January 23, 1997, Clumsy was Our Lady Peace’s second studio album. “Superman’s Dead” and “Automatic Flowers” […]