- Music Reviews
- July 24, 2017
Tally Ho! (Wicked Cool). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
The official kick-off to the biggest rock/culture event of the summer — Christopher Long was there.
Senses Fail rocked the House of Blues in Orlando!
Thelma & the Sleaze wowed the crowd at Will’s Pub!
Silent Planet leave nothing but sweat and a busted up bass on the floor at Orlando’s BackBooth, as Vanna Porter witnesses.
The circus has left town. Bob Pomeroy looks back on an institution.
AFI remind a sold-out Orlando crowd, and Jen Cray, that just because you’re emo doesn’t mean you can’t have fun.
Christopher Long braved his way into one of Orlando’s nastiest venues to get a glimpse of one of today’s grooviest bands, Palaye Royale.
The Coathangers rocked Orlando with Killmama and Wet Nurse!
Don Henley shares his timeless songs with a Florida crowd, and Michelle Wilson gets chills.
Doyle Bramhall II gives Clearwater the blues, and Michelle Wilson loved it!
Dweezil Zappa recreates his father’s sound and fury in an intimate Florida show that Carl F Gauze crashed.
Reverend Horton Heat, Jello Biafra, and Legendary Shack Shakers assist Orlando in driving one final nail in the coffin of 2016 for a New Year’s Eve blowout that none will soon forget.
The 1975 bring back ’80s inspired synth pop to a generation that didn’t even know they were missing it. Jen Cray surrenders to the beat.
Honeyblood rocked with a great sound, close to perfect if it weren’t for the crappy sound mixing from Baby’s All Right.
From November 10th to the 17th, the American Film Institute Festival celebrated its thirtieth year of connecting audiences with world-renowned directors and actors by presenting new works and classic films. Lily and Generoso Fierro take you through the many special events, conversations, and most importantly, the reviews of twenty new feature films that premiered at this year’s festival in Hollywood.
Yellowcard bid farewell to 20 years worth of fans in Orlando, and Jen Cray was there to capture it all.
Mitski brings her stark bedroom pop to Orlando’s BackBooth, but Jen Cray finds openers Fear of Men and Weaves more delighting.
The Fest isn’t just another music festival, it’s a community — one that Jen Cray is happily a part of.
Badi Assad charms in Tampa.