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Thank You KISS for an amazing rock show in Philly!!!

By Alex Lloyd Gross KISS, the iconic band from the 1970’s is  allegedly hanging up their platform boots,and locking away their road cases. They are on their final tour ever, (or so they say), and that tour brought them to Philadelphia March 29, at the center in South Philly.  KISS took care of business in

Legendary Yardbirds coming to area March 28

By Alex Lloyd Gross If you are into classic rock, then you have to like the Yardbirds .  This band has a ton of hits that people should remember, such as “Over Under Sideways Down”and “For Your Love’, for example.  “According to founding member Jim McCarty,” They will all be played”, when this band hits

Graham Nash was in town this weekend

By Alex Lloyd Gross Graham Nash,  was in the area Friday night, March 8, 2019.  he played an eclectic  show of music at the Scottish Rite auditorium  in Collingswood New Jersey. If you were in South Jersey, this was the show to see . Nash took the stage a few minutes after 8;00 PM and

Quiet Riot explodes on new live record

By Alex Lloyd Gross There is so much more to Quiet Riot than “Cum On Feel the Noize”.  That song brought them commercial airplay back in 1983 and it’s still played on radio stations with a  classic hits  format.  This band had developed into so much more and this week,  ( January 25, 2019) they

Mummers march down Broad Street for 2019

By Alex Lloyd Gross Perfect weather for a parade. After a soggy New Years Eve, temperatures gave way to the mid 60’s and that brought crowds to center city.  The mummers parade is a tradition dating back over 100 years.  The route changed and for a brief period of time in the 1990’s, the parade

Trans Siberian Orchestra is ready for local arena shows

By Alex Lloyd Gross It’s not the holiday season unless the Trans Siberian Orchestra is in town.  With a day of shows in Allentown under their belt last month, this band is coming  back to the region for two dates, doing four shows. Sunday, Dec 16 fans in the central part of the state will

Foreigner reunited in Atlantic City

By Alex Lloyd Gross What better place for Foreigner to reunite with Lou Gramm, Ian McDonald , Al Greenwood, Dennis Elliot and Rick Wills, than the Hard Rock Casino in Atlantic City.  The band reunites for a few shows, with the current touring lineup. This was an extravagant show that was over way to soon. 

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