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Concert Review: Lorde Dazzles During Sold Out Grand Ole Opry Performance (Photos)

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Concert Review: NEEDTOBREATHE Are Difference Makers At The Woods At Fontanel Nashville Show

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The Almost Carry A Serious Edge To The Roxy In Hollywood

The Almost came blasting through Hollywood, just days after the release of Fear Inside Our Bones.  Frontman Aaron Gillespie brought a more down to earth approach to the writing of this album, exploring some dark themes and uncovering a painful time in his life. The band brings a positive perspective to their energetic live shows. […]

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Joe Cocker And Huey Lewis & The News Take Santa Barbara Bowl Crowd Down Memory Lane

Sunday night brought a full house to the Santa Barbara Bowl, to see two musical legends at work.  Woodstock-alumn Joe Cocker and 80’s legends Huey Lewis & The News were more than up to the task, creating moments to remember as they shared hits from both of their massive catalogs. It was Lewis’ turn first. […]

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Sting Goes Back To The Rock During Sold Out Wiltern Theatre Show In LA

The end-of-Thanksgiving-weekend LA crowd was trying to be their typical cool laid back self, but, Mr. Gordon Sumner had other ideas. The legendary artist, known as Sting, came with one goal in mind- to snap a sold out Cyber Monday crowd out of it’s doldrums.  This was the first of a three night stand at […]

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Journey and Styx Won’t Stop Believing During Santa Barbara Bowl Show

The Santa Barbara Bowl stood, almost like a reservoir, for 1970’s and 80’s fans- as Styx and Journey stopped in this week. This was part of Journey’s ECL1PSE Tour, promoting their brand-new album of the same name that was released earlier this year.

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Bright Eyes Bring The People’s Key To The Santa Barbara Bowl

REVIEW AND PHOTOS BY MARGARETTE BACANI Hailing from Omaha, Nebraska, Bright Eyes set out this year to promote their newest album, “The People’s Key” with a tour of the same name.  Led by songwriter, Conor Oberst (with Mike Mogis and Nate Walcott), the multi-instrumentalist trio inflamed the Santa Barbara Bowl on September 25 with their indie […]

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Frampton Comes Alive, 35 Years Later In Santa Barbara

Released in January 1976, “Frampton Comes Alive!” is one of the best-selling live albums of all time. For its 35th anniversary, English musician Peter Frampton decided to dedicate a world tour to the event.  Frampton would perform all of the tracks from the phenomenal double album, side to side and front to back. July 31st […]

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Concert Review: Night One- U2 360 Tour Anaheim Stadium

U2 orchestrated a solid show of songs spanning decades of albums and artistic phases to a capacity crowd that was as diverse as the band’s catalog of music in support of their album No Line on the Horizon at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California on Friday, June 17.

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Concert Review: Panic! At The Disco At The Wiltern

PHOTOS AND REVIEW BY MARGARETTE BACANI Panic! At The Disco performed their show at the Wiltern on June 21 as part of their Vices & Virtues Tour, their first album ever since the departure of their guitarist Ryan Ross and bassist Jon Walker in 2009. Despite the change in the lineup, Panic! still fevered the […]

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