Photos and Review by Micah Gummel Gallery If you’re looking for a night filled with energetic music, infectious enthusiasm, and a dash of Irish spirit, then Dropkick Murphys at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion is a show you won’t want to miss. As a long-time fan of this iconic Celtic punk band, I was thrilled […]
Photos and Review by Micah Gummel Gallery As the walls of the iconic Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom reverberated with anticipation, Killswitch Engage emerged on stage and unleashed an unforgettable night of sheer sonic mayhem. Their performance last Friday at this legendary venue was a relentless assault on the senses, leaving the audience in awe and […]
Photos and Review by Micah Gummel Gallery The Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom has played host to a number of musical greats over the years, and this week was no exception as it welcomed Collective Soul onto its stage for a night of throwback classics and fresh new tunes. This was the bands kick off show […]
Review by David Gilon Photos by Micah Gummel Galleries: Lee Brice, Michael Ray, Jackson Dean Lee Brice kicked off his Label Me Proud tour this past Thursday at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom. This is his first stop of 23 on his long-awaited 2022 tour. This was my first time being lucky enough to see […]
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It was 3 years ago that I worked the second Foo Fighter show of the infamous “Broken Leg Tour,” also at Fenway.
I made it out to the Hampton Beach Casino Ball Room last Saturday night to catch Breaking Benjamin’s Acoustic show.
This weekend, for the fifth year in a row, Shaun Morgan, Seether put on the Rise Above Fest in Bangor Maine
It was a great night to be down by the harbor in Boston on a Monday evening. The weather was great and the music was even better, as Foreigner marked their 40th Anniversary with a tour.
Rock music in the 90′s could be best known for combining many “non-rock” elements together, many times crossing genres.
Seether played at their Rise Above Fest in Bangor at Darlings Waterfront Pavilion for it’s fourth year.
What could be cooler on a hot July night, then a triple bill of ass-kicking Rock n’ Roll?