Articles in the New York City Category
Concert Reviews, Featured, Jane's Addiction, New York City »
Andrew Bilach, Bands, Concert Reviews, Featured, Music, New York City, Smashing Pumpkins »
Music, New York City, Refused »
This is nothing more than a public service announcement for one of my favorite bands…ever. After nearly 15 years, they’ve reunited for a series of show, two of which are at a sold out Terminal 5. Yours truly will be in attendance both nights. I miss being a fan. So few of you are aware of this band, which is unfortunate. Let me do my job, as someone with an audience, to fill you in on what you’ve been missing.
New York City »
Bring Me The Horizon steamroll into the Roseland Ballroom on Wednesday, September 21st with Parkway Drive, Architects and more in tow. We partnered with Live Nation to give one pair of tickets away to this show. Unfortunately, the amount of responses from listeners (71) did not meet the desired minimum (100). We will be working with Live Nation in the future on more giveaways. Unfortunately, it seems our demographic and the Bring Me The Horizon demographic aren’t the same. Thank you to all that replied.
Bands, Concert Reviews, Darius, New York City, Nonpoint »
Andrew Bilach, New York City, Wondering Crazy »
In all the years it’s been operational, I can’t recall a single person who has said anything positive about Terminal 5. That includes yours truly. Unless you have stilts handy or can elongate and bend your neck, you ain’t seein’ nuthin’. So on this Monday morning, I’m going to bat for all y’all. Well, just summing some things up is more like it. I’m pumped today, though. Pumped!
Andrew Bilach, Bands, Music, New York City, Volbeat »
Bands, Concert Reviews, Featured, Korn, Music, New York City »
Bands, Concert Reviews, Cracker, New York City »
Let’s call a spade a spade. Cracker is an awesome band. Johnny’s melodies and David’s knack for songwriting are impeccable. All Knowing Force will ALWAYS promote Cracker. I will ALWAYS go see Cracker when they’re in town. Oh, they’re back in, I believe, May, as direct support to Reverend Horton Heat. Johnny Hickman was a true gentleman while doing our show, and I have nothing but respect for him. After all, his music has been in my ears since I was 13 years old, and if Sunrise in the Land of Milk and Honey is their best album – nearly 20 years into their recording career. Amazing.