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Tesla proves they still rock hard and kept Fort Lauderdale signing through their entire show

Around a month ago I asked my wife if she wanted to go to Tesla concert for a second time, and her immediate answer was a resounding YES!… Our first Tesla show happened around 2 years ago, at the Orlando’s ...

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Cherries, Steel, and Stone

Autumn has FINALLY seemed to arrive in Kansas City. A cool, crisp feel to the air, an urge to dress in layers, and a respite from the heat and humidity of the midwestern summer. While the days may be getting ...

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Sacred Reich and Byzantine in NYC

   When Sacred Reich announced its first North American tour, little did they know they would be embarking on a road of rediscovery. For 30 years the band has developed to the point where it has a guaranteed audience with a ...

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The Holographic Principle Tour: Lacuna Coil and Epica drowned the Fort Lauderdale audience in a catatonic rapture – Part 1

EPICA’s latest full album “The Holographic Principle” was released in September 2016, and was naturally followed by a support live tour, dubbed “The Ultimate Principle Tour” for their US leg with the appearance of Elantris, Insomnium and Lacuna Coil as ...

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The Holographic Principle Tour: Lacuna Coil and Epica drowned the Fort Lauderdale audience in a catatonic rapture – Part 2 (Final)

This is the continuation of a chronicle of which you can read the first part here. While waiting in the photo pit for the Epica show to begin, I thought it would be hard for them to top-off the Lacuna ...

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German Rockers – Scorpions – Still Going Strong After 50+ Years

When thinking about Scorpions, it’s easy to dismiss them as another flash in the pan that was the 80’s music scene. But Scorpions had already been going strong since the 60’s. With albums like Blackout, and Love at First Sting Scorpions were ...

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Overkill’s ferocious grinding sets Fort Lauderdale in a perpetual thrash-metal motion

If your musical taste has ever flirted with metal, chances are you have listened to at least one Overkill record. New Jersey’s infamous bad boys have been at the helm of the thrash-metal scene since the early 80s without ever ...

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Miami enjoyed the silence of Depeche Mode timeless pop anthems

The singular genius of Depeche Mode’s music might be the way their songs inspire a gut-wrenching personal response. As a band, they proved beyond any doubt that music derided as simple synth pop is able to have the same impact ...

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Yes featuring Anderson, Rabin, and Wakeman Awaken Kansas City

    The purple, sequined robe that Rick Wakeman was wearing would have been one of the more prog rock things the Kaufman Center has seen, but he had Jon Anderson, and Trevor Rabin in tow, performing an evening of ...

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Raiding the Rock Vault: Now in Residency at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known as a party destination, and one of the wildest places in town is the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. And why not? Rock and roll is the biggest on-going party. It seems only appropriate that Raiding ...

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