Photo Gallery: Alice Cooper and Ace Frehley Play Boston

There's an abundance of Alice Cooper related posts this week, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. Earlier this week, I caught the shock rocker live in Boston at the Leader Bank Pavilion. Opener was Ace Frehley, who I hadn't seen live since the 1996 KISS reunion tour. The Spaceman did a great set, mainly because... Continue Reading →

KISS Resume ‘End of the Road’ Tour

Kiss resumed their End of the Road tour last night at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Mass. more than 17 months since the last show of the trek, with this current leg having been interrupted and significantly rerouted since it was first announced in Dec. 2019 due to COVID-19. The band showed little signs of rust though,... Continue Reading →

R.I.P. Eddie Van Halen

Edward Lodewijk Van Halen passed away today at the age of 65. It's a brutal blow to music and to me personally as his namesake band was one of my favorites - hands down - when it came to rock and roll. I've got many memories from over the years involving Van Halen, and will be... Continue Reading →

Havin’ it in Toronto

One of the musical acts I've been into for a couple years now is Sleaford Mods, an inventive duo out of England. Stripped down, it's observational punk hip-hop with frontman Jason Williamson spouting off about working class struggles with a mixture of humor, anger and disbelief backed by the laptop created beats from Andrew Fearn.... Continue Reading →

AC/Donsie? Hope Not.

Following a whirlwind weekend where I flew out to Chicago for this year's edition of Riot Fest to catch a reunion by the Misfits with Glenn Danzig, Social Distortion do their album White Light, White Heat, White Trash in full and a slew of other acts over a three-day period, I made a quick pit-stop... Continue Reading →

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