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Fall Out Boy and New Politics – Uptown Theater – Kansas City

Fall Out Boy, the name alone conjures up images of nuclear mutation, or perhaps Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Joe Trohman and Andy Hurley. Embarking on what is being called their “reunion” tour, Fall Out Boy played to a sold out house ...

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Love Pump – VooDoo Lounge – Kansas City

Love Pump. The name alone conjures up images of 80’s hair metal and products you might find advertised in the back of dirty magazines. Fortunately, for us, this time it’s about the music. Love Pump is a tribute act, in ...

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Blue Oyster Cult – Old Shawnee Days

Christopher Walken wasn’t the only one who thought Blue Öyster Cult needed more Cowbell, not a few people in the audience brought and played their own Cowbells through Blue Oyster Cult’s set at Old Shawnee Days on June 9th.  Though ...

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Chris Mann – The Midland – Kansas City, MO

Though he came in fourth place on the second season of The Voice, Chris Mann has certainly won a strong following. Born in Wichita, Chris Tweeted from backstage that playing in Kansas City was definitely a homecoming. Chris shared the ...

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Midwest Rock ‘n Roll Express – Kansas City, MO (Styx, REO Speedwagon & Ted Nugent)

Ted Nugent, REO Speedwagon and Styx rolled into Kansas City on Friday night and performed to a capacity crowd of over 7,000.  It’s a good thing it’s an outdoor theater, because they would have blown the lid off the place. ...

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Yes – Kansas City – Midland Theater

Ah, Yes. One of the forerunners of progressive rock and certainly psychadelic rock. Known for soaring, high vocals and 15+ minute songs. On this tour, Yes is doing something unprecedented, for them: playing three of their classic albums in their entirety: ‘The ...

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Nightwish

Nightwish has a special place in my heart, because they were the first band who I shot. I’ll add more photos for Nightwish as I reedit them. As always, though, newer shots take priority. It’s interesting to note that this ...

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El Monstero

For those of you who don’t know, El Monstero is the best kept secret St. Louis. They’re a Pink Floyd tribute act that brings all the spectacle. A three hour concert, presented by a 12 piece band, costumed characters and pole dancers ...

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