I trudged through the pouring rain and flashes of lightning on July 17th to catch oldsoul, The Obsessives, Retirement Party, and Prince Daddy & The Hyena kick off the Cosmic Thrill Seeking Forever Tour at The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA.Read More
Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties performed at The Basement East with support from Pronoun and Diva Sweetly earlier this month. Previously, Aaron West has played at The End, which is a smaller venue here in Nashville. Although he performed on a larger stage this time around, Aaron West easily commanded the crowd’s attention as the show turned into one big sing along session.Read More
I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to experience and photograph American Football at Union Transfer on Tuesday, May 21st with supporting band Pure Bathing Culture. Union Transfer provides quite a unique experience, making it feel intimate and warm – the perfect combination for what the night would bring.Read More
Exit/In hosted the Nashville night of The Bouncing Souls’ 30th anniversary tour. With a predominantly East Coast heavy lineup for the first leg of this tour and a packed venue, it was sure to be a night to remember.
I had the opportunity to catch Knocked Loose on their headlining spring tour at the Starland Ballroom in New Jersey on April 13th. With a stacked line-up featuring The Acacia Strain, Harm’s Way, special guests Incendiary and more, you really can’t go wrong. If you’re unfamiliar with Starland Ballroom, it’s a small but spacious venue, with capacity at 2,000 people and the ability (and of course, reputation) to pack almost every show I’ve attended wall to wall.Read More
The Movielife’s current tour with support from Travis Shettel of Piebald stopped at The End in Nashville on March 24. On this tour, The Movielife are performing both Forty Hour Train Back to Penn and Has A Gambling Problem in their entirety, with the former having been released in 2003 and the latter having been released in 2001. The End makes for an intimate performance, and we were excited to see how the night would go as fans trickled into the tiny venue.Read More
The Get Up Kids wound down their recent tour with a stop in Nashville, TN. With support from Ageist and Racquet Club, The Get Up Kids drew a large crowd which was impressive because Smashing Pumpkins were performing in Nashville on the same night. Mercy Lounge is certainly a small venue for an established band to play, making the show an intimate experience for everyone there as it was an up close and personal performance.Read More