Concerts and Reviews

Photos: Evil Scarecrow at Rock City in Nottingham, UK

Evil Scarecrow January 30, 2016 | Rock City – Nottingham, UK For more information on Evil Scarecrow, please visit: Official website: http://www.evilscarecrow.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Evil.Scarecrow Photos appearing on this page is the property of Pete Key. They are protected by U.S. Copyright Laws and will not be downloaded or reproduced in any way without the written permission of Pete Key. Copyright ... Read More »

Josh Ritter and The Royal City Band Bring Indie American Folk Energy to Hollywood

January 19, 2016 – A large crowd gathered at the historic La Fonda theater in the heart of Hollywood, on a cold, wet and sleepy Tuesday night, January 19th, to hear American music crooner, Josh Ritter. The smiley fresh faced singer, who at age 39, has been recording his own songs for nearly twenty years is perhaps more well known ... Read More »

Edgar Winter Still Has A Lot of Spring in His Step

The danger of seeing classic rock icons far past their heyday is that one tends to remember what they were then; instead of what they are now. Some disappoint because they don’t play their greatest hit or have just lost the zeal to perform and others, well, others like Edgar Winter; they come to play. Winter’s recent performance at Manhattan’s ... Read More »

PiL Finish 2015 Tour at Fonda Theatre in L.A.

PiL Finish Their 2015 Concert Tour with A Sold Out Show At The Fonda in L.A. John (Johnny Rotten) Lydon, the godfather of English punk music, brought the latest incantation of his band Public Image Ltd (PiL), to the Fonda theater, in the heart of Hollywood. The sold out show was a fitting finale to the group’s 2015 tour. Just ... Read More »

HAVE YOU HEARD…THE STRUTS PHILADELPHIA?

October 24, 2015 | Philadelphia, PA Review + Photos by Jen Green With The Struts taking over the radio with their hit single, Could Have Been Me their first American release, “Have You Heard…”has a fitting name. Originally from Derby, England the band brought their first American headlining tour to Philadelphia for their second run of the States. Fresh and ... Read More »

FFS in Philadelphia: Quirky & Cool

By LJ Moskowitz The first time I saw Franz Ferdinand live, Nick McCarthy hit my friend in the face with his guitar so hard, he almost passed out. It was 2004, and the band was playing a small club in Philly. I was already enamored with the band’s first album, but seeing them live and watching John take a guitar ... Read More »