Jason Bonham’s LZE: Wilbur Theatre, Boston.

This tribute, in remembrance of his father’s passing over 30 years ago, must have moved every guest at this theatre. Everyone could see the emotions in Jason, and it was very touching to see how grateful he was about paying tribute to his father’s legacy. Jason also said my dad was ” just a regular guy.” Of course, the elder Bonham was no regular drummer …

Buddy Guy: Portsmouth Music Hall.

One of the last remaining links of the great Chicago blues men, not only did he bring the enthusiastic crowd through a history of blues classics from the likes of Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker and Albert King, he played his own material as well.

Ted Nugent.

This well rounded team took the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom by storm helping the Motor City Madman re-state his case as one of the best live rock ‘n’ roll performers of his or any other generation.

Aaron Lewis: The Hampton Beach Casino.

Picture this: Aaron walks on stage, sporting a black Hatebreed t-shirt, a camo baseball cap and jeans, takes his guitar and sits down on a stool. The setting reminded me of VH1 Storytellers …

Black Country Communion: LIVE.

Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Derek Sherinian and Jason Bonham: Elegant and explosive, wild and restrained, professional and engaging. They presented a show to a sold out crowd in New Hampshire on Friday night that exceeded the expectations of some very experienced rock fans of all ages.