THE END Machine, featuring members of Dokken, Foreigner, Lynch Mob and Warrant, absolutely lit up Hollywood, California’s Whisky a Go Go on April 4th!
Merging tattoos and music, Travis Barker’s MUSINK returned to the Orange County Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, California. Here are our TOP 5 observations and reflections on this year’s phenomenal edition of the annual festival.
Daron Malakian and Scars on Broadway performed a provoking two-hour set for a sold-out crowd last Thursday at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California. Thankfully for us all, we caught the show!
Dimebash was a blast this year, as anyone would vouch. A sold-out Observatory in Santa Ana hosted the annual blowout last Thursday, kicking off NAMM.
At their sold-out House of Blues show in Anaheim, Steel Panther pulled out all the stops, giving the crowd what they came to see: a rock and roll party in an intimate setting. Playing a set of originals with a few kick-ass covers, Steel Panther delivered!
Since their formation now over forty years ago, X has maintained a loyal fan base, which was never more evident than at The Observatory in Los Angeles with Los Lobos and The Blasters.
Ministry and the legend Al Jourgensen capped their 2018 tour, playing two shows in L.A. at the Fonda Theatre. We were there for one of them and we got all the photos for you.
Drummer extraordinaire Travis Barker’s MUSINK will return for yet another year! Presented by KROQ, the festival will be taking place at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, California from March 8th to 10th.
Ahead of an acoustic performance at McCabe’s Guitar Shop in Santa Monica, California, we connected with Spin Doctors front man Chris Barron to talk guitars, practice, and his latest solo album.
Ghost came to Southern California to play a sold-out concert at the Los Angeles Forum, marking the band’s first of two headline arena performances in the U.S promoting Prequelle, their fourth studio album released on June 1, 2018.
Capping off their one-month Canada/USA “Burn It Down Tour,” The Dead Daisies played the Glass House in Pomona, California, and gave the crowd a rock and roll show to remember!
An enthusiastic crowd packed San Juan Capistrano, California’s Coach House to the rafters last Sunday as ‘90s rockers Gin Blossoms performed their hits, plus songs from the newly-released album Mixed Reality.
In celebration of the forthcoming Cal Jam ‘18 festival, we caught a pop-up show at L.A.’s Hollywood Palladium featuring Taylor Hawkins’ band Chevy Metal and The Holy Shits, a moniker the Foo Fighters use for these surprise shows.
Five Finger Death Punch gave an all-out bruising performance for their Southern California fans on Friday, July 27th, at Irvine, California’s FivePoint Amphitheatre.
Jeff Beck, Paul Rodgers, and Ann Wilson joined together for the “Stars Align Tour” and we caught the action at Irvine, CA’s FivePoint Amphitheatre on July 20, 2018!
Monday nights are jumping once again on West Hollywood’s Sunset Strip, largely in part to a band called Royal Distortion, featuring members of punk band Barb Wire Dolls. We spoke with frontwoman IQueen about the band and new music.
On Sunday, Musink saw a much lighter turnout with Lil Yachty, Machine Gun Kelly, Wifisfuneral, and The Fever 333 filling up the performance slots.
As expected, Saturday’s bill drew the biggest turnout at Musink 2018 with headliner Blink-182. Good Charlotte and The Interrupters played excellent sets, while Lil Aaron started things off.
Musink’s opening day lineup featured five Southern California bands including old school punk veterans the Adolescents, FEAR, and headliners Descendents.
The Los Angeles stop of the 2018 G3 tour will go on the books as a night to remember. Guitarists Phil Collen, John Petrucci, and Joe Satriani played impressive individual sets with accomplished musicians backing them.