It was a fun indoor-outdoor day, with way too many choices, but how can you choose when you don’t even know what the hell all these bands are playing?
Posts Tagged: Live On Stage
Even though I got kicked, pushed, shoved, and beat up, I still walked out of the venue shaking with excitement.
The show sounded and looked like all-world-nations celebration, beside the strong reggae-world-music flavor,
it was only a few hours of this all-day heavy music marathon but my ears are still ringing from the experience.
My first thought when the band stepped on? Anthony Green is a god.
The Uproar Festival this year was uh…interesting. There was everyone from middle school boys to drunk moms.
he has the look and swagger of an all-time bad-boy and uses his guitar like a roaring vintage motorcycle
Sadly, the band pulled out 30 min in to its scheduled 75 min set in Germany when it appeared that Lemmy couldn’t go on
“The atmosphere had moved in, and Buzz prophesied the plague with a punch.”
You mean the Stevie Wonder, unannounced at a free concert?
his performance may have sounded like a psychedelic-hypnotic-mushroom-induced experience at times
I thought I had been invited to a private performance for family members
I got a two-second eye contact with Josh Homme, and that’s good for eternity.
someone, who may have had too many beers, unexpectedly pulled an Anthony Weiner on us!
The Austin based Hot Club of Cowtown meld Wills with Django Reinhardt and spice up their combo dish with astonishing musicianship.
This was a wild party, with people moshing, bouncing and jumping, and let’s keep in mind it was a small vinyl place and not the Echo where I ordinarily see this kind of scene.
Sinosa Loa had a stage presence which was hesitating between a close-to-boredom languishment and an exotic sensuality…
His singing voice, going from morose to falsetto, seemed to be the only thing absorbing everyone’s attention, then he got loud, very loud with his only guitar, then go back to his quiet morose-depressive tone
I was looking around and found a place on the side of the stage, as usual,… the front looked way too scary for me as I was anticipating more chaos to come
The Doors’ thin drummer looked happy and in good spirit when he sat down at the signing table around 6 pm and stayed there for a long time; when I left an hour later, he was still signing everything that was presented to him, books, vinyl, posters, drumsets,… He took a short break at one point and was regularly standing up to wave at the crowd,
Even though it was dark, you could see him grinning as the crowd cheered. Following him were Justin Aufdemkamp, Ryan Neff, and B.J. Stead. Last but not least, was Levi Benton, having transformed from the quiet man I interviewed to a metal god. They automatically ripped into their first song, and they didn’t hold back a thing.
When I was invited for the Eve to Adam show at the Roxy, I wasn’t even planning to stay for the next band, mornings are so tough after weekday shows, but when Leogun began to play I was immediately captivated, and boy I don’t regret a minute to have stayed to watch the British trio blow up the room with their aggressive bluesy-rock’ n’ roll!
The five of them rock out the place on Tuesday night with a set of eleven songs, digging in their previous albums, then sampling their new one ‘Locked & Loaded’ featuring song with incendiary titles like ‘Let’s Burn’, and ‘Crime Scene’ or ambitious ones like ‘Immortal’ and ‘Shut Out The World’.
it’s obvious that they have listened to the Smiths a lot, and I am probably establishing some obvious statement there, because I am new to the Drums, and I have just read that they absolutely love Morrissey who totally love them back, and they have even attended each other’s shows.