PHOTOS: ZZ Ward at the House of Blues – 10.4.13

ZZ Ward played a sold out House of Blues Cambridge Room on October 4th. Here are the photos. Read More…


REVIEW: Fall Out Boy at CSU Wolstein Center – 9/11/13

Fall Out Boy returned to Cleveland with every intention to Save Rock and Roll.

However, they might have left the rock and roll capitol unfulfilled. Read More…

Review + Photos: Walk The Moon at House of Blues – 9/9/13

With a new album on the horizon, Cincinnati pop-rockers Walk the Moon came into Cleveland trying to prove they are ready to take the next step.

A very successful 2013 has seen the group cross oceans, play large festivals, and support some of the industry’s biggest names.

Now, with a focus on the future, the band has their hand on the stick shift and the pedal to the floor. Read More…

PHOTOS: ZZ Top at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica – 9.1.13

ZZ Top through Cleveland for a Labor Day weekend concert along the Cuyahoga River. Here are the photos. Read More…

The Fonz Delivers More Cowbell With MGMT

This past weekend, the FYF Fest took place in L.A. Historic Park with bands like Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On The Radio, MGMT and My Bloody Valentine getting top billing.

During MGMT’s Sunday night set, Henry Winkler, aka Fonzie, aka “The Fonz”, assisted the psychedelic art-rockers as they played “Your Life is a Lie,” the second single from their upcoming self-titled release (out September 17). Read More…

Motley Crue Planning 2014 Farewell Tour

Motley Crue may only show their wild side for one more big tour.

In an interview with Billboard, vocalist Vince Neil spoke of “going out on top,” Mick Mars’ health issues, and future music.

The 52-year old Neil says, “I think we’ll start the tour around May — I’m just kind of guessing on that, but in the spring of ’14, and we’ll do one more time around the world and kinda call it quits. It’s just that time. We’re going out on top.” Read More…

Rock Hall To Host 2012 Inductee Donovan For Hall Of Fame Series Interview

Folk-poet, 60’s icon, and 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Donovan will return to Cleveland on Tuesday, September 10th for a Hall of Fame Series Interview, hosted by The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.

Set to take place at Cuyahoga Community College’s Tommy LiPuma Center for Creative Arts in the Black Box Theater (adjacent to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s Library and Archives) on at 7 p.m., the event is free with a reservation (Important note: Tickets will available to Rock Hall Members ONLY beginning Wednesday, September 4 at 10 a.m. EST. There is a two reservation limit per person.). Read More…

Bruce Springsteen Admits Women’s Breasts Were Musical Inspiration

In an interview with 60 Minutes Australia, Bruce Springsteen described his early musical influences, rise to fame, and political and social impact.

It begins with the Boss describing growing up in a strict Catholic household in 1950s New Jersey to watching Elvis Presley on the Ed Sullivan Show. Then, Bruce spoke of another driving force to become a musician – women’s breasts. Read More…

Walk The Moon’s Eli Maiman Talks New Album, Touring With PINK, & Talking Heads Influence

You know when you go to a concert and everyone is just standing there like their pants are made of two by fours?

Well that doesn’t happen at a Walk the Moon concert.

From the face-painted band members and fans, to the almost non-stop dance-party, the Cincinnati pop-rockers deliver one of the best live shows today. And it’s about to get a whole lot better. Read More…

PHOTO: Taylor Swift Takes Another Jab At Kanye With Jar Of Jam

It happened almost four years ago, and we all remember it well.

Yes, I’m talking about the infamous 2009 Kanye West MTV Video Music Awards mic-snatching incident after she was nominated for two VMAs.

Still, this whole ordeal has not been put to bed, but at least Swift is finding humor in her past.

Fast forward to now. Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran are more than 50 dates into the RED Tour that has taken them across the United States and Canada. And with all that time spent on the roads and making appearances, you would think that the artists have little time for personal recreation, let alone time to make jam (the fruit kind, not music). Read More…

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