Determined to host this year’s Philly Music Fest, organizers have carefully considered various safety protocols, as well as vaccination and infection rates in the Philadelphia area, and will move forward with the annual music festival in non-profit made up entirely of Philly Band. Due to the ongoing pandemic, some necessaryRead More →

An impressive number of rock groups from the Greater Houston area will perform at the 4th Annual “GTS presents the Rocktober Fest»On October 10, 2021 at White Oak Music Room, just north of downtown Houston. The one-day festival will feature several different genres including psychedelic rock, garage rock, indie andRead More →

Michel Baltierra Classic rock in Puyallup (Photo by Mike Baltierra) It was a fantastic night of classic rock and roll in front of a large crowd who went out on a cold midweek evening to have a great time at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup. Styx, who is onRead More →

For Jayne Ann Recker, being able to host an in-person Celtic Classic this year is everything. “For the organization to be without revenue for two years and for this to happen, we’re so excited,” said Recker, executive director of the Celtic Cultural Alliance, the non-profit organization that hosts the festival.Read More →

Fathom Events and Greenwich Entertainment are proud to announce that “NEEDTOBREATHE: Into the Mystery” will hit theaters nationwide in a special one-night film event on November 3rd. This intimate documentary chronicles the recording of GRAMMY® Award-nominated rock group NEEDTOBREATHE’s latest album, while in quarantine in a historic house turned intoRead More →

Here in the United States, despite being the best-known band to emerge from the Britpop explosion in the mid-90s, Oasis never quite conquered America. Yet in their home country, the UK, they were more than gigantic, as evidenced by their two-night adventure in August 1996 in Knebworth, England. The documentaryRead More →

The Nova Twins discussed the resurgence of rock and punk music at festivals this summer, saying rock is “getting back to its time.” The duo were talking to NME for a new Big Read cover after their sets at Reading & Leeds festivals last month, and explained how rock andRead More →

Collegian Album Reviews Graphic (Katrina Clasen | The Collegian) Loveland, Colorado, indie pop group Satellite pilot recently released their sixth full-length album, the eponymous “Satellite pilot. “The 11-track album shows the band flourishing in the era of psychedelic pop, their music a celebration of the past, present and future. SatelliteRead More →

College Albums Review Chart (Katrina Clasen | The Collegian) Loveland, Colorado, indie pop band Satellite Pilot recently released their sixth full album, the self-titled “Satellite Pilot.” The 11-track album shows the band thriving in the age of psychedelic pop, their music a celebration of past, present and future. satellite driverRead More →

Collegian Album Reviews Graphic (Katrina Clasen | The Collegian) Loveland, Colorado, indie pop group Satellite pilot recently released their sixth full-length album, the eponymous “Satellite pilot. “The 11-track album shows the band flourishing in the era of psychedelic pop, their music a celebration of the past, present and future. SatelliteRead More →

Collegian Album Reviews Graphic (Katrina Clasen | The Collegian) Loveland, Colorado, indie pop group Satellite pilot recently released their sixth full album, the eponymous “Satellite pilot. “The 11-track album shows the band flourishing in the era of psychedelic pop, their music a celebration of the past, present and future. SatelliteRead More →

Photograph by KATHY TRAN. EOn Christmas Day itself, David Romano and his family were eating Chinese food in New York City. President of the Local Favorite Restaurants group and creator of traditional restaurants, Romano found a special place in his heart for Chinese cuisine and culture, which he experienced inRead More →

Classic rock, especially of the Woodstock era, has grown from middle-aged to old-fashioned status during the 21st century. Four recent jazz projects shine a light on the venerable subgenre’s disproportionate influence, with covers of seminal material from a blues-based supergroup, folk-rock icons, the ultimate guitar hero and the band ofRead More →

As concerts and tours are halted around the world due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, some festivals are bravely continuing despite this. Yet while some high-profile multi-day events like Lollapalooza have run successfully this summer, Bonnaroo won’t be so lucky as the extravagance has been canceled due to the weather.Read More →