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Archive for the 'Rock-n-roll concerts' Category

Kerosene Halo in Birmingham

Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

For the last couple years whenever Micheal Roe and/or Derri Daugherty started a tour, their first stop was always here in Atlanta. Unfortunately, the venue has closed so the opening date this time around for Keorsene Halo, the band project by both Roe and Daugherty, was in Birmingham, Alabama. I wanted to see the show […]

Yes at Verizon Ampitheater

Thursday, September 10th, 2015

It’s pretty common for the band Yes to have changing members, but tragically this is the first time the lineup has changed due to a death. Long-time bass guitarist Chris Squire lost his battle to leukemia this summer and by his request, the band continued on for this tour. I’m glad they decided to carry-on […]

The Oh Hellos at Terminal West

Friday, July 24th, 2015

Last night, I went to see The Oh Hellos at Terminal West and it was a whole lot of fun. Terminal West is a relatively new venue in an old industrial part of Atlanta that has become a hipster haven. There is a great coffee shop (Octane) over there and lofts and apartments popping up […]

RIP Chris Squire

Sunday, June 28th, 2015

One of my favorite bass guitar players passed away. If you want to see some over-the-top, goofy and amazing bass guitar playing for ten minutes, watch this: The video doesn’t convey it accurately, live in concert, the bass would rattle your teeth, it was a sight to behold and hear. Chris was always a man […]

The 10th Anniversary of The Everglow

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

In 2006, I posted about how a concert reenergized me when I was weary. I wrote that before I had children and truly learned the meaning of tired. The band was MAE and the album they were performing was The Everglow, my favorite album from the year 2005 and maybe one of my all-time favorite […]