I have been a huge fan of this self - acclaimed rock and roll nerd since I was about 15. Although I admit now that I was too young to understand some of the finer nuances of this man's ridiculous, but brilliant brain, I never lost interest in his work.
Float Like A Buffalo is a Denver based Ska/Funk Rock band that brings unrestrained energy and driving anthems to a growing fan base of devoted listeners. Their impact has been growing for some time and is spilling across the Front Range of Colorado. Fresh off two sold out headlining shows at Red Rocks, and with a new EP due for release in late October, they are having a breakthrough year. On Saturday, October 17th they made their debut at the historic Lincoln Theater in Cheyenne, Wyoming. This famed venue was converted from a film theater that was originally built in 1929. The impressive concert hall typically seats 1,250 patrons and features a beautiful balcony. Their lavish greenroom is complete with antique boudoir furnishings and jukebox. Also, it is noteworthy that the venue did an excellent job enforcing all relevant COVID-19 protocols. Featuring support by Fort Collins based band Great Salmon Famine, and a large-scale production. The evening’s entertainment felt like a return to the emotional spirit of concerts.
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My online Gig will be taking place on the 30th of October at 7:45pm
It's my first attempt at an online show including several different artists. Not just local artist though; two from across the pond. So you could say this a truly global show.
Music is something that has been a part of my life since before I was born. My parents were so heavily immersed in the Heavy Metal scene, they were sure I would be holding up those horns as soon as I opened my eyes. While it didn't happen quite that quick, I made my way to the "dark side" if you will. I have been attending concerts in general since I was 13 years old. They quickly became my safe haven. As I got older my music taste progressed and I started going to shows with harder crowds and faster riffs, and I enjoyed it all the same if not more. If you want to see the real me, you'll have to meet me at the barricade.
ACM'S are here, and gone..... But they have not been forgotten... Let me tell I had chills the whole show, and that is rare..... Some performances I could've done without, and some people I feel like got snubbed. We all know that I was very excited to see my homie, my best friend who does not know I exist Morgan Wallen perform..... He will one day see me and become best friends with me, I just know it.....But back to the ACMS, this was one of the weirdest ones I have ever watched. Due to Covid, precautions were at an all time high, and well, they did their thing. So here are my thoughts about the performances and some of the winners who won, like I said I feel like Luke Combs should've won Entertainer of the Year, but he won 2 awards so we're good; I think.... But maybe we are not..... Everything about certain performances made me have chills that I did not know existed. Also before I forget, Old Dominion winning song of the year just makes me happy, ok? Thats my song... And if I missed anything I am so sorry, it was a 3 hour long show that I spent two days watching cause your girl is exhausted. Comment down below your favorite part, or performance from the ACM's and do not forget Morgan Wallen is my best friend.
“It's twelve noon in London, seven AM in Philadelphia, and around the world it's time for Live Aid.”
On July 13, 1985, the world witnessed the first global musical event of its kind. The planet’s biggest and brightest musical artists banded together in unison for a day of camaraderie and caring with the purpose of ending famine in Ethiopia, and what a day it was. This year marks the 35th anniversary of Live Aid.
Nostalgia(n): a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations. We feel nostalgia when something interacts with our senses and acts as a recall point for a memory bathed in the rosy glow of happiness. When we smell something that reminds us of happy times, see a visual or even hear an old song or movie associated with that memory. It is not uncommon for nostalgia to hit people at any moment during the course of your life.
The place was the Whisky a Go Go in West Hollywood, California. The time was exactly 9:27 p.m. It was another glorious evening on the Strip, a place that I called home. It was a balmy July evening and the scene at the Whisky and it couldn't have been better. I spent twenty minutes smoking a few cigarettes and looking at the colorful lights of the city race by me at slow speeds. Every dude and chick in a car was taken in the sites with glee as I was.
The Tivoli, Brisbane Australia. September 7, 2019
Julia Michaels is one of the most sort-after songwriters in pop music, and is now touring the world with her own headlining show. Michaels’ first single as a performer, Issues (2017), went 3xPlatinum in the USA proving she was one to watch in the upcoming years. Her transition from the studio to the stage intrigued me and I was thrilled when Michaels brought her Inner Monologue tour to my city.
Bon Scott, born Ronald Belford Scott, is one of Perth’s claims to fame. He was by all accounts a raucous party animal with the reputation of being “socially maladjusted.” Australians love a tragic hero. The iconic lead singer of AC/DC who died in 1980, is buried in the Fremantle Cemetery. The place of his memorial has been listed as being of historical significance in the National Trust of Australian (WA) register. Over the years people have made the pilgrimage to his place of rest in their droves.
Do you know this kind of talk when you are in a conversation and the other person asks you ‘What’ you are — or what ‘you’ are doing?