Tag Archives: LJ Moskowitz

The 80’s Cruise: A Week in the Life of an 80’s Fan

The 80's Cruise by LJ Moskowitz

By LJ Moskowitz This is the second of a two part-article about The 80’s Cruise. Part One can be found here.  It was one o’clock in the morning and I was standing in a buffet line between a fake Madonna and a real Kurt Harland. The Information Society lead singer had just finished an amazing set two decks above and I ... Read More »

The 80’s Cruise: A Real Hot Tub Time Machine

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Article + photos by LJ Moskowitz Epiphanies come at various times throughout our lives and I had one of my first, most important, life-changing moments at the Central Florida Fairgrounds on August 20, 1991. It came while I was standing in a 45-minute line for a port-a-potty so vile, so rancid, it should have been brought up on charges at The ... Read More »

Retro Futura Set to Bring New Wave Back to the States

Howard Jones at The Paramount Article and Photos by LJ Moskowitz

It’s been tough over the years to be a New Wave aficionado in the US. Every year, fans have only been able to watch as their favorite 80’s bands tour the UK as a part of amazing festivals while they wiped tear-stained eyeliner from their eyes. Individual artists have hit the roads across the country in recent years, but those ... Read More »

The Best of 2016 Photos

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As 2016 comes to a close, the team at Concert Blogger Music Magazine taking time to reflect on another brilliant year of live music.  We are celebrating by selecting our 31 favorite concert photos, taken by our photographers, and sharing them with you! So let’s all kick back, put another log on the fire, and raise a toast to our amazing team of ... Read More »

Album Review: Streets of Laredo’s “Wild”

Streets of Laredo return with a compelling new album. When Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize for Literature last week, the music world reacted with a collected gasp. Most people over a certain age cheered the choice, while those under that age reacted with a collective, “meh”. It’s hard to understand how important Dylan has been to the American Songbook ... Read More »

Exactly Now: Nena at the Playstation Theater

October 4, 2016 – It was 8 PM on a Tuesday, and although I was standing in the middle of Times Square, I could not understand a single word being spoken by the people around me. Over a thousand people were jumping, dancing, and singing and I had to turn to a friend to ask what it all meant. “In the ... Read More »