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The WHO Captivate Philadelphia

By Alex Lloyd Gross The WHO  played a show at the Phillies Ball Park  this weekend and for those wondering  if the band could still deliver the goods, they could put Amazon out of business. The band was accompanied by an orchestra. That sentence right there should make you cringe if you missed it, and

Uriah Heep Living the Dream In Sellersville

By Alex Lloyd Gross Rockers Uriah Heep  took a break from a North American jaunt with Judas Priest  to play a headline show at the Sellersville Theater, Monday night May 20, 2019.   As promised by Mick Box, in an earlier interview they brought out six new songs from the brand new Living the Dream

Foreigner plays local show

By Alex Lloyd Gross Foreigner, the band the played the soundtrack to your life, played a sold out show at Parx Casino, this past weekend, May 4, 2019. This band is no stranger to this area,  usually coming through the region on a good double bill.  This time, they were by themselves. Led by Mick

Whitesnake Strikes At the Xcite Center

By Alex Lloyd Gross Whitesnake is back with a brand new record  called Flesh and Blood.  It a word, this record smokes. The band was in Bensalem last night, May 2, 2019 for a near capacity show at Parx . The crowd was comprised of rockers who back in the the day stood on their

Former Iron Maiden Singer Plays Show In Levittown

By Alex Lloyd Gross It’s not everyday that a singer that was in a multi platinum selling band makes a stop in Levittown Bucks County, but it happened last night, April 29, 2019.  Blaze Bayley, who took over the lead singer spot in Iron Maiden when Bruce Dickinson took a hiatus is now a solo

“Second Sighting” of the Comet in Sellersville Pa.

By Alex Lloyd Gross When Ace Frehley left KISS in the 1980’s, he formed his own band, called Frehley’s Comet.  As time went on,  members of that band changed, and after a while, Frehley just toured under his own name, sans The  Comet. The musicians that made up this band were not rookies by any

LA Guns take over Sellersville Theater

By  Alex Lloyd Gross Monday night, April 8, 2019, “  The Fabulous LA Guns played a show for just under 90 minutes in Sellersville and they proved it was Never Enough. Fans of the band will appreciate the opening lead to this story. From start to finish, this band was on fire. As the band

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