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An Intimate Night with Fozzy in Merriam, KS

The night is warm, fans lining the side of Aftershock in Merriam, KS. Most are there for one reason: Fozzy. But of course, this is a rock show and not everything goes as scheduled. The event was advertised for doors ...

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Dimmur Borgir hits NYC Hard

When Dimmu Borgir released their new album, Eonian, back in May, it was met with a mixed reaction due to the group’s switch to folk-inspired music. The conceptual album is the band’s first album since 2010’s Abrahadabra. This tour is ...

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FOZZY – September 1st – Aftershock

  Photo Credit: Adrienne Beacco FOZZY, the active rock band led by Chris Jericho, will continue their headlining “Judas Rising Tour” this summer/fall, stopping locally in MERRIAM on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 at AFTERSHOCK with Adelitas Way, Stone Broken and The Stir supporting. “I’m stoked to do this extensive tour of the States now ...

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Tenors of Rock Interview

Josh joined the Tenors of Rock before their performance at Harrah’s. 

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Tenors of Rock: Bringing Classic Rock to Life at Harrah’s Las Vegas

The summer heat in Las Vegas is brutal. Crowds are large, sidewalks are packed, and deodorant runs out fast. Though the ring of “Water one dollar!” has all but vanished from the Strip, there are plenty of other sights and ...

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Chicago’s Final Warped tour ends with sold out show

Fans came out rain or shine to this sold out show. The venue was packed 21,000 people to be exact. The lines were long and the wait to get in ran late because there were so many people. For 24 ...

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Femmes of Rock Delivers a Blistering Evening of Classic Rock to Kansas City

  The past few years have seen interesting trend in music. With the success of bands like Apocalyptica, Escala, and to some extent, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, hearing rock music performed on electronic violins seems to be the next big thing. Only ...

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Another Rockfest turns Muddy

Many thought that by moving Rockfest to the Kansas Speedway, away from Liberty Memorial, that mud would be avoided once and for all. Though the stages, and most of the vendor booths were on concrete, much of the seating area ...

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On a roll with All Souls and the Legends, (the) Melvins

  A sweaty salutation to all my sirs and sisters alike! Your fearless photographer Josh, with his wacky writer sidekick, took to Kansas City’s own Record Bar for some classic grunge rock. This was certainly a loud fun time to ...

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FLOTSAM AND JETSAM And HAMMERFALL Begin North America Tour At West Palm Beach: A Truly Uncompromising Display Of Pure Metal

If I was to make a list of my favorite bands which also happen to be very underrated, and whose contributions to the universal landscape of music are unjustly overlooked, Flotsam and Jetsam would be at the very top. From ...

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