- Music Reviews
- August 17, 2017
The Siren’s Song (New West Records). Review by James Mann.
Shonen Knife play their first show in Tampa. If their fans have their way, it won’t be Shonen Knife’s last visit. Bob Pomeroy fills in the details.
The metallic, triple-bill onslaught attracted an enormous Orlando crowd. Christopher Long was there.
Southern Avenue gives Bob Pomeroy a chance to say “I knew them when…”
Keb’ Mo’ inspires Jacksonville, and Michelle Wilson, to dance in the aisles and bask in the good vibes of a feel-good concert.
The Baseball Project and Gritt ran the bases at The Crowbar. Bob Pomeroy gives us the play by play.
The Sun Ra Arkestra held sway over Bob Pomeroy in Jacksonville.
Doyle Bramhall II flat tore it up in Melbourne, and Michelle Wilson was there!
One of Central FL’s favorite venues, Will’s Pub, hosted a four-act concert that featured some big names, and non-stop acoustic music.
The iconic rock band Chicago returned recently to Florida’s Space Coast, much to the delight of Michelle Wilson and the sold-out Melbourne audience.
Christopher Long and hardcore fans delight in Scottish chart-busting combo Big Country’s rock-out under the stars at Captain Hiram’s in Sebastian, Florida.
Charging faster than an angry Great White Buffalo, the Motor City Madman, Ted Nugent, unleashed a rock and roll love fest of Gonzo proportions in Orlando, nearly steamrolling Christopher Long.
Passion Pit gives concertgoers a song and dance to bounce to and a healthy bunch of streamers and sweat for Anna Allred to shake off at night’s end.
The real estate bust of 2008 takes its toll on the One Percent and prevents time share magnate David Siegel and his trophy wife Jackie from finishing their $100 million replica of Versailles. Oh, the humanity.
After forty years, Kiss proved they are still the Hottest Band in the Land, as they blew the ever-living crap out of Christopher Long at a Tampa show.
Mightier than Motley and prettier than Poison, ’80s So-Cal metal missionary poster boys Stryper returned to Orlando for some arena-rock-style praise and worship. Long time fan Christopher Long was in the front pew.
Best Coast sells out The Social, but Jessica Whittington and one of the Bethanys squeeze in, stick thier hearts on their sleeves, and resist calling their exes.
Mayer Hawthorne and The Stepkids bring the white guy soul funk to Orlando, and Jared Campbell explodes (in more ways than one).