Concert Reviews

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Three days of peace, love and music Written by: Mikala Lugen photo courtesy of: http://www.greenergroundsmusic.com This past weekend my friends and I decided on one of the most spontaneous decisions I’ve made so far in my life. We missed two days of classes to drive across the state to rage. The first weekend of September, […]

Photos and Scribed by: Alex Seibt While out on their SPF 80s tour, Canadian rock band Marianas Trench rocked the House of Blues Sunday night in Cleveland. The band was formed in 2001 and consists of four members: Josh Ramsey (lead vocals), Matt Webb (lead guitar), Ian Casselman (drums) and Mike Ayley (bass guitar). I […]

Review by Katherine Wilkes Photos by Mark Tabar and Mark Fleming  Promowest Fest was held in Columbus, Ohio, on July 15th through July 17th. It included bands such as X Ambassadors, AlunaGeorge, All Time Low, LL Cool J, and even Snoop Dogg! Promowest Fest was much more than I expected—and better! Summer night sparklers Pepsi […]

Scribed by: Adrian Leuthauser Darien Lake’s Vans Warped Tour was on July 14 and as I’m writing this, it has been a week and a day since it has happened. I’ve been transcribing four different interviews and editing over 3,000 photos, so with that said, this article will be split up into two parts. Part […]

Scribed by: Tyler Thompson On a sweltering Sunday night, right in the dawn of summer, Bad Company and Joe Walsh’s tour One Hell of a Night paid a visit to Northeast Ohio, or as the state adopted son Walsh would call it, “Home.” Generations of rockers from Baby Boomers to Millennials gathered inside the pavilion […]

by Layne Gerbig, General Manager. Photo courtesy of honeybucketohio.com It’s halfway through their first set when Honeybucket mandolinist Brendan O’Malley dedicates the next song “to all you whiskey drinkers out there.” The newgrass trio from Cleveland launches into an upbeat folk tune and the floor of GAR Hall in Peninsula shakes with the stomps of […]

Photo courtesy of noampikelny.com For the past 10 years, Noam Pikelny has managed to eat a whole bag of Doritos on stage at every concert he’s played. The banjo virtuoso admitted that it’s easy to get away with things when he’s sharing the spotlight with his fellow Punch Brothers. But in February 2016, there were […]

Scribed by: Mikala Lugen The Stone Tavern was lit up with its usual psychedelic decorations and original crowd-pleasing performances last Thursday night. Born and raised in Erie, Penn. Tommy Link opened up the night with his folk, indie acoustics in the little downtown bar. His humor and personal stories charmed the crowd throughout his performance. […]


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