11 Short Stories of Pain and Glory (ADA Music). Review by Joe Frietze.
An astonishingly cynical and realistic view of how (not) to make it in Rock and Roll. Told from a European perspective, in German, Mit Untertiteln.
England Take My Bones (Epitaph). Review by Jen Cray.
Flogging Molly’s 7th annual Green 17 Tour brings to Orlando the added bonus of opening act Moneybrother. Jen Cray can’t decide which band she enjoyed more.
Rock & Roll EP (Epitaph). Review by Jen Cray.
Flogging Molly didn’t give up much for Lent, instead bringing one hell of a happy show to Orlando’s House of Blues.
Chuck Ragan’s Revival Tour makes a return trip to Orlando to jam with a crowd of friends for a less-than-perfect audience of socialites.
Poetry of the Dead (Epitaph). Review by Jen Cray.
Returning for two sold-out shows in Orlando on their annual Green 17 Tour, Flogging Molly gave Carl Gauze a reason to chug another Guinness.
Stranded in Stereo Volumes 9 & 10 (Stranded in Stereo). Review by Tim Wardyn.
St. Patrick’s Day is upon us and whether you’re of Irish descent or not, this time of year is always appropriate for taking in a Flogging Molly concert. Jen Cray joined the party on their annual Green 17 Tour in Orlando.
Float (SideOneDummy). Review by Jen Cray.
The Meanest of Times (Born & Bred). Review by Jen Cray.
The Warrior’s Code (HellCat Records). Review by Jen Cray.
2004 Warped Tour Compilation (Side One Dummy). Review by Addam Donnelly.
Within a Mile of Home (SideOneDummy). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Leaving the Ways (Side One Dummy Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Out & Aboot (Honest Dons). Review by Troy Jewell.
Purgatory (Thick Records). Review by Rob Walsh.
Brian Kruger takes a look at the first volume of The Show, an LA-based TV series featuring performances by H2O, No Use For a Name, Kill Your Idols, Flogging Molly, Avail, Less Than Jake, 7 Seconds, Madcap, The Ataris, MXPX, and AFI.
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Lilys’ East Coast tour begins February 10, 2023, and will include shows in Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York City, and more.
Rifling through a boxful of ravaged old records, Christopher Long locates a flea market LP copy of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils Don’t Look Down — for a quarter — and speaks with the band’s co-founding bassist, Michael “Supe” Granda, about his amazing discovery.