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Gotye Concert Review Verizon Theatre Grand Prairie, TX October 12, 2012

November 8, 2012

Gotye Verizon Theatre Grand Prairie, TX October 12, 2012 Having heard rumors that the Verizon Theater in Grand Prairie was sold out for weeks in advance of the Gotye concert, I was astonished to see that the venue wasn’t even half full and the upper sections above the luxury boxes was curtained off to create […]

CD Reviews Muse Title: The 2nd Law Label: Warner Bros. Review By Tim Taylor

October 1, 2012

This year, some of the best bands in the world are releasing new albums, but The 2nd Law is by Muse is by far one of the most anticipated. Every album this English trio creates is very different from the last, and this one is no exception. The opening track, “Supremacy”, starts off with a […]

CD Reviews Mothership Title: Self-Titled Label: Indy Review By Michael Insuaste

October 1, 2012

Just when you think rock and roll is dead, along comes a band that will knock your socks off and hurl your ass to the back of the bus. Welcome aboard the Mothership! This three-piece, hard driving band out of Dallas, Texas has recaptured a sound previously watered down by time and through technology. With […]

Black Stone Cherry: Letting It Roll Southern Rock Style JAM Magazine Interviews Ben Wells, Jon Lawhon and John Fred Young

June 27, 2012

JAM Magazine had the opportunity to hang out and speak with members of Black Stone Cherry hours before their show at Trees in Dallas Texas. This live interview took place on the bands tour bus around 5:30 pm on Saturday, May 26, 2012 with guitarist Ben Wells, Bassist Jon Lawhon and mad drummer John Fred […]

The Stone Roses Heineken Music Hall Heineken, Amsterdam June 12, 2012

June 27, 2012

For the past six years, since I’ve moved from Manchester, England to Amsterdam, it truly has become my home away from home. Last night, I was reminded of what I left behind when my home town’s finest, the mercurial Stone Roses, performed at the Heineken Music Hall. The recently reunited band is warming up on […]

Van Halen American Airlines Center Dallas, TX June 20, 2012

June 27, 2012

Walking back to the car following Van Halen’s performance at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, I was reminded of an analogy made by VH fan Henry Rollins, the former lead singer of Black Flag and the Rollins Band on his recent decision to stop performing music. To paraphrase, he said, “If you had a […]

Concert Review – Snow Patrol Date: May 16, 2012 Venue: South Side Music Hall City: Dallas, TX

May 30, 2012

It was a step down from previous appearances in Dallas, but the results were still the same. A sold-out crowd gathered within the close confines of the South Side Music Hall to pay homage to Northern Ireland’s favorite export, Snow Patrol. Though the band is playing in smaller venues these days, their show is still […]

Radiohead Performs A Sold Out Show At The Frank Irwin Center Austin, TX March 7, 2012

April 17, 2012

There are times as a music writer that you have to do social experiments in order to make sure you’re not pushing yourself into a corner. The Radiohead concert at the Frank Irwin Center in Austin certainly proved to be one of those occasions. To be honest with you, I had abandoned the group when […]

Jonny Lang: Blues Guitarist Jumps On Board The Experience Hendrix 2012 Tribute Tour

March 23, 2012

The Experience Hendrix tour is going on its 12th year now. Though it’s a showcase of Jimi Hendrix incredible, yet brief career, it’s also a gathering of phenomenal guitarists who have all been touched by the legendary musician. This year’s tour coming to the Winstar Casino March 23, 2012 will include several legends themselves, including […]

Michael Schenker Group March 17, 2012 Dallas, TX Review by David DiPietro

March 22, 2012

Michael Schenker Group Trees Dallas, TX March 17, 2012 One of the most physically-gifted rock guitarists ever, Michael Schenker joined his older brother Rudolf’s band, the Scorpions, in time for Lonesome Crow, their debut album in 1972. After opening a tour the next year for the venerable British band UFO, who knew talent when they […]