Tag: Iowa

Gov’t Mule

Gov’t Mule

Event Reviews

Gov’t Mule makes a stop in Dubuque, Iowa, so Jeremy Glazier can have a peek.

Tré Burt

Tré Burt

Event Reviews

Tré Burt performs at Mission Creek Festival on his Sweet Misery Tour before heading overseas for an EU headlining tour. Review by Jeremy Glazier.

Pokey LaFarge

Pokey LaFarge

Event Reviews

Pokey LaFarge headlines the tour that stopped at the Englert Theater in Iowa City, Iowa. Ester Rose opened the show.

Blackberry Smoke

Blackberry Smoke

Event Reviews

Blackberry Smoke is touring to support their new album You Hear Georgia, while Myron Elkins and the Dying Breed make a name for themselves getting audiences ready for their upcoming album next year.

Myles Kennedy

Myles Kennedy

Event Reviews

Tyler Bryant and Graham Whitford open the Des Moines show as a pared-down version of their band, then play a set as Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown, before headliner Myles Kennedy takes the stage supporting his solo albums, including The Ides of March.

The Allman Betts Band

The Allman Betts Band

Event Reviews

The legacy of Southern Rock lives on through The Allman Betts Band. Jeremy Glazier catches a show in Iowa.

Boo Ray

Boo Ray

Event Reviews

Boo Ray gets intimate with a small Iowa crowd. Jeremy Glazier is amongst the precious chosen few.

Colter Wall

Colter Wall

Event Reviews

Codfish Hollow concert for Ian Noe and Colter Wall wows Jeremy Glazier.

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Screen Reviews

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