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October 23, 2018

NightLife

Nancy Wilson from Heart brings Roadcase Royale to Parx

By Alex Lloyd Gross With Heart taking a hiatus  band members have branched out to do their own thing. guitarist Nancy Wilson has a  project she was working on called Roadcase Royale.  She brought that band to the Parx Xcite Center last night August 12, 2018.  The show which clocked in just under 90 minutes

WAR brings Cisco Kid to Parx

By Alex Lloyd Gross It’s hard to classify the band WAR as a classic rock band.  They certainly play rock with songs like “Low Rider” but there is so much more to this band. Funk, reggae, soul,  they play it all.  They brought that so much more to Parx casino in Bensalem last night, August

Honey West is a sweet listen at Havana

By Alex Lloyd Gross Honey West is the name of a newer band that has been around for about a year.  It features legendary musician ian McDonald who used to play with Foreigner and king Crimson.  This band is not classic rock because they have released new stuff. They are a newer band and have

Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan deliver in Camden

By Alex Lloyd Gross It’s no secret that a large portion of the music put out by today’s bands suck. There are a few good bands making good music but nothing compared to the 1970’s through early 1990’s.   That’s why so many people decided to take in a classic rock show across the river in

Hard Rock Casino opens on the boardwalk in Atlantic City

By Alex Lloyd Gross With the economy in the toilet, casino’s were closing at a record pace. A $2, Billion  structure, called the Revel closed within a few years after opening, it’s owners unable to stop the hemorrhaging of money. Donald Trump, once a respected name in the gaming industry closed his entire stake in

Photos from Stephen Stills concert in Atlantic City

Photographer Roger Barone  was at the Stephen Stills concert this past weekend in Atlantic City, at the Tropicana.  Here are some of his photos.         The concert was held at the Tropicana  June 23, 2018. The show was not completely sold out. There were a few tickets available.        

Come see the Tall Ships before they set sail

By Alex Lloyd Gross Tomorrow, Memorial Day 2018 is the last day to see the tall ships in Philadelphia, along the Penns Landing Waterfront.  This event will be over and it may be several years before you can see it again.  While you are there, bring your camera. It’s a photographers dream. Some of the

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