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December 15, 2018

Rock and Roll Legends

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. 

Angel Vivaldi and Nita Strauss coming to Philly next week

By Alex Lloyd Gross Angel Vivaldi is an accomplished guitar player. He is very good. He is also coming to Voltage Lounge on November 20, 2018. ” I play for about 50 minutes”.  Vivaldi has been playing for about 20 years,. His albums consist of instrumental tracks.  Live, it’s the same thing. “Early on, I

Grand Funk plays show in Bensalem

By Alex Lloyd Gross For about 70 minutes last night,  October 27, 2018 an almost sold out Xcite Center in Bensalem was transported back to the 1970,s as Grand Funk Railroad played a show.  This is the band that sold out Shea Stadium faster than the Beatles.  They played some of the same songs and

Grand Funk is going to be a sure bet at Parx

By Alex Lloyd Gross You simply must be at Parx Casino October 27, 2018 to see Grand Funk. The band that got so many people into rock and roll  is coming to town for one night to help you party it down. “We focus on the hits, the stuff that people know from Grand Funk

John Lodge of the Moody Blues is in town soon

By Alex Lloyd Gross The Moody Blues are a legendary band. That’s indisputable. Now, founding member John Lodge is on a solo tour and he is coming to a small venue in this area. The Sellersville Theater. “We get to do songs we don’t normally do with the Moody Blues. Songs like “Candle of Life”

Deep Purple and Judas Priest deliver the goods to Camden

By Alex Lloyd Gross Deep Purple headlined a concert in Camden at the amphitheater on the waterfront and brought Judas Priest with them .It was a night of hard rock that those who showed up will not soon forget.  The attendance could have been better. You can blame that squarely on booking a show on

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