Seeing Modest Mouse live has been a dream of mine for years. I found myself finally getting the opportunity and headed out to Columbus, Ohio to see my dream fulfilled on the final date of their six show tour. The concert was held at L.C. Pavilion amphitheater downtown and the weather couldn’t have been better
Two weeks ago, I almost backed out of going to a show. I’d had a long day at work that capped off quite a long week, and I was just ready to curl up and watch “30 Rock” for the rest of the night. I almost texted my friend and pseudo-assistant Shonie to cancel, but
If you’ve never been, you really can’t imagine how beautiful Colorado is as a whole. My dad moved out there last January, and ever since the first time I visited, I was hooked. I went to visit him on my spring break this year, and my dad suggested I check out Westword, an entertainment and
I’ve tried to write this review at least 5 times already. I keep having to delete everything because every sentence says the same thing: This show was the most entertaining out of every show I’ve ever been to.
Before I found out about this show, I’d never listened to Grouplove before. I only learned about the show because I’m a pretty big fan of Company of Thieves, and I was excited to hear they’d be playing in Asheville.
Because I’m super nerdy, I showed up to the Garage in Durham about an hour before I should have, couldn’t find the entrance to the actual venue and then stood in front of the stage, angry-tweeting about the horrible lighting in – literally – the garage I was in. Once I got past the fact
Rebekah Forester - Staff Writer Our favorite Boston-based Ska band is back in town! They may hail from Massachusets, but Spiritual Rez is well aquianted with Western North Carolina; they’ve played at several venues in the area including The White Horse of Black Mountain, The Emerald Lounge, MoDaddy’s, The Lake Edens Arts Festival, and the critically
Davidson T. Studebaker - Staff Writer It was a warm night at the Southern Appalachian Brewery – alive with smiling faces and glasses of cheer. There were almost no seats left in the house when I arrived, and the tasting room quickly filled to standing room only. Eric Congdon opened the show with a medley of
Auburn Petty – Editor-in-Chief Previous to their show in Asheville, I had never seen Beirut live before. I’d heard their music, and I was impressed. But I don’t think anything could’ve prepared me for how excellent they were live. Though I couldn’t stay the whole show, I was thoroughly impressed with how practiced and on-point
I’ve tried many times to express to everyone how much I absolutely adore Eisley’s music. Even though I can’t ever find the correct words, I keep trying. I saw them back in October and did an interview with Sherri, Stacy and Chauntelle, and I was so happy to find out that I only had to