Tag: Pop Rock
‘Drinking From The Trough Of A Tyrant’s Piss’ Album Review
The Living – ‘Drinking From The Trough Of A Tyrant’s Piss’ The Living are an atmospheric heavy rock band from San Francisco, California. I always get nervous when the words “avant-garde” and “music” are in the same sentence. I think that is a fear that I will always have however, San Fransisco based band, The […]
William Ryan Key’s “Virtue” release
William Ryan Key – Virtue Released November 30, 2018 Back in November 2018, William Ryan Key released an album named, “Virtue.” If Will’s name doesn’t ring a bell, (Shame on you! Just kidding. Ha.) think back to the early 2000’s and that wave of pop punk that seemed to have taken over about […]
Simple Plan’s 15th Anniversary of “No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls” Tour Hits Brooklyn Bowl, Las Vegas!
Simple Plan’s 15 Year Anniversary of “No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls” I was 13 years old when Simple Plan released their debut album, “No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls,” and I can still remember my father telling me to shut my mouth after repeatedly singing “Addicted.” in the car. I mean, come on, it’s […]
The Smithereens, The Tubes, and The Motels – Three 80s Greats on the Fremont Street Experience!
Downtown was the place to be. The latest in a series of free summer shows for the sixth year running on the Fremont Street Experience, June 14th featured three outstanding acts with their biggest hits of the 80s. Although it was a blistering day, rain threatened to soak the street. As I approached, […]