This man wrote half my childhood. Just don't tell him that; I wouldn't want his ego getting TOO big.
Reaganism has never sounded so good.
I think it's safe to say that Josh Tillman has one of the best, if not the best, voices in indie rock. If his soaring high notes on "Ballad of the Dying Man," or his ability to switch from a soulful emotional tribute on "Honeybear"'s "Strange Encounter" to gruff half-yelled confessions on "The Ideal Husband" … Continue reading An Evening with Father John Misty (Sept. 23, 2017)
Why am I so excited to go back to school? Could be I love learning. Could be I'm excited to see some concerts. You decide.
Day one of 2017 is in the books! And what a day it was...
Photos and a concert review from out first-ever Lollapalooza pre-party 2k17, a trip to a Spoon concert on the Hot Thoughts tour.
A short concert update for a very early Monday morning. (Hopefully) a new tradition of friends and live tunes is starting this week!
As mentioned in my post about U2's 30th anniversary Joshua Tree Tour, here are a few photos I have from the night. There's also one of the Lumineers, who put on an incredible opening show that surprised me with how much I enjoyed it. All photos were taken by a family friend I was with, … Continue reading Photos from U2 and Lumineers Show 06/07/17
It is rare that a show impresses me so much that I can barely think of anything to say to describe it. Last night, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds put on an absolutely incredible show at Carnegie Music Hall in Pittsburgh, and I was fortunate enough to be right in the front row for … Continue reading An Evening with Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Last night I had the absolute pleasure of getting to see U2 in Pittsburgh on their 30th anniversary Joshua Tree Tour. It's been five years since I last saw the band on the U2 360 tour, and they've only gotten better. I am forever floored at how U2 is able to stay authentic to their … Continue reading Thirty Years Later and They Still Got It: A Night with the One and Only U2