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PHOTO GALLERY: Greta Van Fleet delivers unparalleled performance in San Francisco

October 3, 2019

As we are still reeling from covering the Greta Van Fleet show in Las Vegas, our exhilaration has been lifted to a new level with GVF’s performance in San Francisco. (If you missed it, check out our photo gallery and review of the Las Vegas Sept. 27th show here). Last night, we were excited to catch GVF perform in our hometown to a massive crowd at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Fans lined up early, some arrived in the wee hours of the morning, ready to ride the rail of today’s hottest rock band. After you have experienced a Greta show, you fully understand wanting to be right up close and personal, to experience the energy and charisma that the band delivers to their fans. But fear not, whether you are riding the rail or kicking it in the back, you are treated to one hell of a ROCK SHOW when Greta Van Fleet performs. And when it’s over, all you are thinking is, “When is the next show?” Last night was no exception as [Read More]

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Maggie Rogers; Beauty and Light personified, delivers spellbinding performance at Greek Theater

September 24, 2019

Last Friday evening at the Greek Theater in Berkeley was the place to be.  The majestic setting of the Greek Theater was the perfect backdrop for the beauty and dazzling performance by Maggie Rogers. We first saw Maggie Rogers perform at Outside Lands just two years ago and we knew she would be well on her way to the top. Selling out the Greek Theater, no problem for her. There is no stopping the effervescent and mesmerizing Maggie Rogers. Show after show, she exceeds our expectations and delivers spot on spellbinding performances. Her vocals captivated the audience and you could feel a positive energy race through the crowd. If I could compare it to anything, it would be to that one moment in How The Grinch Stole Christmas – that the Grinch’s small heart grew three sizes that day.  At a Maggie Rogers concert, you can’t help but have your heart grow. You feel a positive energy that grabs a hold of you and the songs become the life line to your soul.  From the first song to the [Read More]

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Combichrist, Soulfly and Rave The Requiem live in Munich at the Backstage August 7th, 2019

September 21, 2019

After an extensive tour through the US in April and May 2019 with over 40 dates, Combichrist went over the great pond to continue their ‘One Fire’ tour through Europe and the UK in June, July and August 2019. We were lucky to catch the band live in Munich on August 7th. It was the only double-headliner show the band did with Soulfly, well-known through it’s frontman Max Cavalera (ex-Sepultura). Opening act was a Swedish band called ‘Rave The Requiem’. While unknown to most of the people, they could easily win over the crowd. Their performance was very energetic with an amazing female vocalist Jenny Fagerstrandh. Her voice complements the bands vocalists’ and guitarists’ Filip Lönnqvist. Him also being the founder of the band. RTR released their latest record ‘FVNERAL’ in October 2018. Make sure to check them out live, if you get a chance. Combichrist and Soulfly as co-headliners, a strange combination one might think….. When the date was first announced, it was only Combichrist, Soulfly have been added to the line-up later on. [Read More]

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Less Than Jake, Circus Rhapsody and The Special Bombs live at the Free & Easy Festival 2019 at the Backstage in Munich

August 19, 2019

The Free & Easy Festival at the Backstage in Munich is over. 18 days, over 100 bands, three indoor stages, one open air stage and many more areas with performances, live acts, movies and lots more – everything for free!! If you haven’t attended this annual event, make sure you’ll do it next year! We were able to catch some of the bands live. Enjoy the pictures, which will give you a glimpse on some awesome live shows. Less Than Jake The Special Bombs Circus Rhapsody If you want to know more about the Backstage and the bands, make sure to check their social media: Backstage Munich www.backstage.eu https://www.facebook.com/backstagemunich/ https://www.instagram.com/backstagemunich https://twitter.com/BackstageMunich Less Than Jake https://www.facebook.com/lessthanjake/ http://www.lessthanjake.com https://www.instagram.com/lessthanjake/ https://twitter.com/lessthanjake The Special Bombs https://www.facebook.com/thespecialbombs/ Circus Rhapsody https://www.facebook.com/circusrhapsody/ http://www.circus-rhapsody.de https://www.instagram.com/circusrhapsody/ Contributed by Alex Bock, https://twitter.com/abphotomjp

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Rose Tattoo, Thundermother, Landmvrks, Raygun Rebels at the Free & Easy Festival 2019 at the Backstage in Munich

August 19, 2019

The Free & Easy Festival at the Backstage in Munich is over. 18 days, over 100 bands, three indoor stages, one open air stage and many more areas with performances, live acts, movies and lots more – everything for free!! If you haven’t attended this annual event, make sure you’ll do it next year! We were able to catch some of the bands live. Enjoy the pictures, which will give you a glimpse on some awesome live shows. Landmvrks Raygun Rebels Thundermother Rose Tattoo If you want to know more about the Backstage and the bands, make sure to check their social media: Backstage Munich www.backstage.eu https://www.facebook.com/backstagemunich/ https://www.instagram.com/backstagemunich https://twitter.com/BackstageMunich Rose Tattoo https://www.facebook.com/RoseTattoo/ http://www.rosetattoo.com.au https://www.instagram.com/rosetattooband/ Thundermother https://www.facebook.com/thundermother https://www.thundermother.com https://www.instagram.com/thundermother/ Raygun Rebels https://www.facebook.com/raygunrebels/ http://www.raygunrebels.de https://www.instagram.com/raygun_rebels/ https://twitter.com/raygunrebels Landmvrks https://www.facebook.com/LANDMVRKS/ http://www.landmvrks.com http://instagram.com/landmvrks https://twitter.com/LANDMVRKS Contributed by Alex Bock, https://twitter.com/abphotomjp

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Lacrimas Profundere and Diary Of Dreams at the Free & Easy Festival 2019 at the Backstage in Munich

August 19, 2019

The Free & Easy Festival at the Backstage in Munich is over. 18 days, over 100 bands, three indoor stages, one open air stage and many more areas with performances, live acts, movies and lots more – everything for free!! If you haven’t attended this annual event, make sure you’ll do it next year! We were able to catch some of the bands live. Enjoy the pictures, which will give you a glimpse on some awesome live shows. Diary of Dreams Lacrimas Profundere If you want to know more about the Backstage and the bands, make sure to check their social media: Backstage Munich www.backstage.eu https://www.facebook.com/backstagemunich/ https://www.instagram.com/backstagemunich https://twitter.com/BackstageMunich Lacrimas Profundere https://www.facebook.com/lacrimasprofundereofficial/ https://www.lacrimas.com https://www.instagram.com/lacrimasprofundereofficial/ https://twitter.com/Lacrimasoff Diary Of Dreams https://www.facebook.com/officialdiaryofdreams/ https://www.diaryofdreams.de https://www.instagram.com/diaryofdreams_official/ https://twitter.com/DIARYOFDREAMS Contributed by Alex Bock, https://twitter.com/abphotomjp

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San Francisco turns back time with The Alarm, Modern English, Jay Aston’s Gene Loves Jezebel at Regency Ballroom

August 7, 2019

You can forget the expensive fountain of youth potions and pills. The Alarm’s Sigma Tour came to San Francisco and their performance had everyone returning to their youth with full vitality and energy. The Alarm released their highly praised Sigma Album earlier this year and it has been topping the charts. The band decided to gather their fraternity of alt British rock bands and take the Sigma Tour on the road.  The Alarm Sigma LXXXV Tour with Modern English and Jay Aston’s Gene Loves Jezebel was like a musical journey through a time machine. The night kicked off with a stellar set by Jay Aston’s Gene Loves Jezebel. The energy was overflowing on the stage and the crowd quickly reciprocated as they sang along to their fave songs. Jay’s vocals were captivating and they gave 110% with each song. Their performance of How Do You Say Goodbye (To Someone You Love) was rich in emotion and soul touching. The fans went wild when they finished the set with a crowd pleasing performance of Desire (Come [Read More]