Photos and Review by Jeff Palmucci Galleries: New Found Glory, Real Friends, The Early November New Found Glory and friends stopped by the House of Blues last week on their countrywide US tour. Accompanying NFG were a set of great punk rock acts. Doll Skin was first out. The all-female band is dropping a new […]
The Songs and Stories Tour swung by the City Winery last week. The tour features Art Alexakis of Everclear, Chris Collingwood of Fountains of Wayne, Max Collins of Eve 6, and John Wozniak of Marcy Playground.
Photos and Review by Jeff Palmucci Galleries: Judas Priest, Uriah Heep I spent last Thursday revisiting my youth at the Mohegan Sun Area, when long time metal rockers Judas Priest and Uriah Heep came by on Priest’s Firepower Tour. The first time I saw Judas Priest was waaaay back in 1984 for Defenders of the […]
Photos and Review by Jeff Palmucci Galleries: Marianas Trench, New Dialogue Marianas Trench came by the House of Blues last Saturday in support of their new album Phantoms. Within 24 hours of the albums March 1st release, it skyrocketed to the #1 pop spot on iTunes in both the US and Canada. That’s pretty awesome, and […]
The Pixies and Weezer stopped by Foxwood’s Grand Theater last week on their world tour.
Disturbed swung by the Mohegan Sun Arena last Saturday to tour in support of their new Album, Evolved.
Every once in a while, a new band comes up in my recommended list on Spotify.
Photos and Review by Jeff Palmucci Show photos HERE Big Bad Voodoo Daddy swung by the Cabot last week for their Wild and Swingin’ Holiday Party. Billed as “the most widespread Holiday Tour they’ve ever done,” the show features gobs of swinging holiday music. The Cabot is an interesting venue with a long history that […]
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This is it. The farewell tour. This is the last chance you’ll have to see Lynyrd Skynyrd. Ever.
Theory of a Deadman swung by the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom last week to play a sold out show.
It was a night for reliving my youth last week at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion.