Ghost @ The Deltaplex Arena 10.14.19

  Theatrical hard rock band Ghost made a cold Monday night heat up and feel like it was a hot Friday night at the Deltaplex Arena on 10.14.2019. The stage was an incredibly large and elaborate set-up as the Nameless Ghouls and Ghoulette’s first appeared on stage. When Cardinal Copia (Tobias Forge) joined them, the crowd erupted as they opened […]

Papa Roach @20 Monroe Live 8.20.19

Papa Roach and Asking Alexandria playing 20 Monroe Live 8.20.19 Stephanie is a college student and live music enthusiast, who enjoys following her favorite bands around the state of Michigan and elsewhere. She loves collecting drumsticks, guitar picks, setlists, and tattoos. Her love for photography started in high school and continues to grow every year. If you see her at a […]

I Prevail @20 Monroe Live 8.9.19

      I Prevail @20 Monore Live 8.9.19 Kicking off the night with Justin Stone bringing the energy to the room ending his set with crowd surfing with the drummer and cameraman while they recorded the newest music video that you can find here. Following was Issues, who made sure the crowd was ready for the headliner! I Prevail brought […]

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center featuring From Mendelssohn

Mendelssohn’s combined mastery of melody, form, counterpoint, and the chamber idiom was admired and imitated by composers for generations to come. In a program bookended by two works of Mendelssohn from 1845, one brief, the other epic, we hear Mendelssohn’s close friend Robert Schumann’s response to Mendelssohn’s piano trios; how, near the end of his life, Brahms recalled Mendelssohn’s lyricism […]

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center featuring From Mendelssohn

Mendelssohn’s combined mastery of melody, form, counterpoint, and the chamber idiom was admired and imitated by composers for generations to come. In a program bookended by two works of Mendelssohn from 1845, one brief, the other epic, we hear Mendelssohn’s close friend Robert Schumann’s response to Mendelssohn’s piano trios; how, near the end of his life, Brahms recalled Mendelssohn’s lyricism […]

Leo Kottke

Leo Kottke is a legendary acoustic guitar virtuoso who has developed a cult following of fellow guitarists and fans over the span of a 30-year career of recording and performing. Blending folk, jazz, and blues influences into a signature finger-picked style of syncopated, polyphonic music, Kottke’s work pre-dated and predicted much of the New Age instrumental music movement, and is […]

Asleep at the Wheel

Ray Benson founded Asleep at the Wheel in Paw Paw, West Virginia 48 years ago. Now based in Austin, the band holds 10 Grammy awards, 20 studio albums and 20 singles on the Billboard country charts. the Grammy Award-winning Still the King: Celebrating the Music of Bob WILLS and His Texas Playboys is the band’s most recent release (2015) and […]

ICE NINE KILLS @ The Elevation 3.29.19

Macabre loving band, Ice Nine Kills, a theatrical Metalcore band fronted by 33-year-old Spencer Charnas performed recently at The Intersection venue, Elevation. Rounding out the rest of the act are Ricky Armellino on guitar and vocals, Joe Occhiuti on bass, and Justin deBlieck on guitar. The band, also known by the acronym INK are best known for their love of […]

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center featuring Russian Mastery

Russian music has told the story of its country and people like no other. The Prokofiev “Two Violin Sonata,” written in 1932, stands apart as an audaciously creative work from the period between the wars, while the remaining works on the program are glorious musical outpourings of the age of the tsars and the Russian Empire. Come hear CMS explore […]

Veronica Swift featuring the Benny Green Trio

Benny Green possesses the history of jazz at his fingertips. Combine mastery of keyboard technique with decades of real world experience playing with no one less than the most celebrated artists of the last half century, and it’s no wonder Green has been hailed as perhaps the most exciting hard-swinging, hard-bop pianist to ever emerge from Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers. […]