On Friday night, Kansas City was a hotbed of activity. Wicked was playing at The Music Hall, Charlotte was playing Miami at the Sprint Center and, of course, ZZ Ward was at the Midland Theater, with support from The Wild ...Read More »
This past fall, Swiss industrial black metal pioneers SAMAEL played a couple of select shows around ...
TILES Announces 25th Anniversary Show And Retirement Of Vocalist Paul Rarick; Band To Forge Onward With New Vocalist
Detroit-based progressive rock quartet TILES regretfully announce that longtime vocalist Paul Rarick...
Don’t Miss DIMEBASH at Observatory OC in Santa Ana, CA on January 25! Hosted by Sirius ...
Hello and Happy New Year to all you preferred pretty people of the pit! A brand-new year and your in...
Brace yourself, Fort Lauderdale! The Monster Energy Fort Rock Festival will take over its new home a...
San Diego rockers EARTHLESS To Release “Black Heaven” Album In March, ‘Gifted by the Wind’ single just released
EARTHLESS, the San Diego-based trio whose most recent release, the 2013 album “From The A...
German Instrumental Rockers LONG DISTANCE CALLING Release Video For New Song ‘Ascending’ From Upcoming Album ‘Boundless’
German instrumental rock powerhouse LONG DISTANCE CALLING recently announced the release of their si...
SANCTUARY, are granting fans that which the late, great Warrel Dane was tragically unable to pr...
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY Premieres ” The Luddite” Video From Their Just Released New Album ” No Cross No Crown”
“The Luddite”, the new video from CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, can be seen below. The s...
Ayreon Universe – “The Best of Ayreon Live” to be released on March 30 via Music Theories Recordings / Mascot Label Group
You knew it was coming… Only 6 months after the AYREON UNIVERSE took to the stage, Mascot Labe...
With a new album coming out on October 15th, and “Scripted” already on the shelves, Icon for Hire had no shortage of material to perform for a packed Aftershock in Merriam Kansas on Friday night (and the crowd didn’t miss a ...Read More »
Lawrence Kansas is known for many things: The University of Kansas, basketball, a bloody battle that helped spur the Civil War…but it is also a good town for live music. On Friday night, The Granada played host to three acts, ...Read More »
Update: As of 11/2/2014, Raiding the Rock Vault has a new home at the Tropicana, right on the Las Vegas strip. Playing at the historic LVH, the same theater in which Elvis performed when he was working Las Vegas, is another ...Read More »
For a few weeks every summer, the Crossroads Arts District in Kansas City comes alive with live music, in a concert venue in the backyard of one of the city’s best “diners drive-ins and dives” – Grinders. Owned and operated ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
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. ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »