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Judas Priest: Breaking the Law in NYC

For 49 years, Heavy Metal Gods Judas Priest have been “Delivering The Goods” to countless fans throughout the world. Beginning March 2018, Rob Halford and company started the first leg of “Firepower” tour. The new album “Firepower”, is heir 18th ...

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Michael Schenker Gets the Band Back Together in NYC

Guitarist, music legend, and icon Michael Schenker performed another sold out show at NYC’s Irving Plaza. Dubbed “the Michael Schenker Fest,” the event features the 4 different singers from the different eras of his career. The tour also coincides with the release of his “Resurrection”  album. This ...

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FOREIGNER Takes Fort Lauderdale In A Delightful Musical Voyage Through Their Four Decades Of Music

Rock icons Foreigner returned to South Florida last week with a packed-house performance at Au-Rene Theater, the largest venue of the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, a large entertainment complex located in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale. After ...

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Suicide Girls Bring Blackheart Burlesque to Kansas City

  Suicide Girls? Those models with the tattoos? Yes, those Suicide Girls. The beautiful women who have been the secret, and sometimes not-so-secret, pleasure of men all around the world since they came on the scene in 2001. Through the years, ...

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DROPKICK MURPHYS bring their high energy Celtic Punk to the Revention Music Center in Houston, Texas

Southern fans were able to break out their green apparel and celebrate St. Paddy’s Day early this year. Celtic Punk legends Dropkick Murphys brought their high energy tour – complete with bagpipes, banjos and kilts – to Houston on March ...

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URIAH HEEP Packs the House in NYC

Uriah Heep performed a sold-out show at the New York City Gramercy Theater. Contrary to the current musical landscape, the audience was treated to various songs from an era when playing instruments was revered.  While it is fun listening to ...

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Dorothy Raises Hell in Kansas City

  The evening before March Madness kicks off is usually preceded by a lot of drinking. While some major roads in downtown Kansas City were closed in preparation, many people found their way to the recordBar to catch a little ...

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Metal Fest In The Caribbean Seas: A Chronicle Of The 70,000 Tons Of Metal 2018 Cruise – Day One

As we are walking into the port, getting our passports ready there’s tons of metalheads waiting in line ahead to go through customs and ready to begin their journey on board! For some this is their first time and others ...

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Metal Fest In The Caribbean Seas: A Chronicle Of The 70,000 Tons Of Metal 2018 Cruise – Day Two

This was the start of pure exhaustion, with only 1-2 hours of sleep we got up early to have some breakfast at the Windjammer and catch up with some of the bands performing. My husband who was one of the ...

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Metal Fest In The Caribbean Seas: A Chronicle Of The 70,000 Tons Of Metal 2018 Cruise – Day Three

11:30 am, and the sunlight was already peeking through the curtains. It must have been quite bright, since none of us woke up in an earlier time. We got up quickly got ready with a ton of sunblock, quick breakfast ...

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