Bad Religion’s “Age of Unreason” Tour at Webster Hall

The newly renovated Webster Hall welcomed punk legends Bad Religion on August 2nd for night one of their NYC stay. Brooklyn Steel hosted the...

Candlebox Celebrate 26 Years of Debut Album

It is hard to believe the 90s are now nearly 30 years ago; nevertheless, music from the decade continues to be one of the...

Rival Sons Bring Their Nashville “Feral Roots” to Brooklyn Steel

Ever since catching Rival Sons set as the opening act for Alter Bridge back in 2012, we knew the band had a special gift...

You Me at Six Keep Rock Spirit Alive at The Gramercy...

British pop-punk band You Me at Six embarked on a U.S. tour in support of their sixth studio album titled VI. The band played...

As It Is “The Great Depression Tour” at Revolution Music Hall

As It Is have been making noise around the rock world ever since their hit album The Great Depression, which was released on August 10th,...

Pixies Celebrate 30 Year Anniversary of “Come On Pilgrim” and “Surfer...

As the years pass by, it’s hard to believe that the work of the artists we grew up listening to have also aged. The...

David Cook Brings Acoustic Tour to NYC

A decade after winning the seventh season of American Idol, David Cook is an artist all his own. Most recently, Cook took over Broadway...

PHOTOS: Great South Bay Music Festival – Day 4

Long Island's Great South Bay Music Festival day four took place on July 15th and had a mature music theme compared to previous days....

PHOTOS: Great South Bay Music Festival – Day 3

Day three of Long Island's Great South Bay Music Festival took place on July 14th and included artists such as Andy Falco, Pigeons Playing...

PHOTOS: Great South Bay Music Festival – Day 2

The Great South Bay Music Festival Day 2 took place on July 13th, 2018 and included bands such as Less Than Jake and Sublime...