Stagecoach 2022

 The pent up demand after the Covid clampdown brought out the Stagecoach fans to Indio. Although the green grass from Coachella was mostly trampled down from the two preceding ... Continue Reading →

Keb’ Mo’ at The Belly Up

Eclectic may not be the first word that comes to mind with an artist as consistent as Keb’ Mo’, but that has proven to the the case. Under the smooth delivery of a seemingly ... Continue Reading →

Hot Fun in the Summertime – Best of San Diego Summer Concerts

With the apparent easing of the Covid Clampdown, concert lovers are champing at the bit for a return to live music. Here is a run down of what looks to be the best gigs of the summer. Humphrey’s ... Continue Reading →

Taj Mahal at The Belly Up

The headline might read like the collision of two great venues to the uninitiated, but to music fans it means a night of wonderful music. Decades ago Taj was kicking around Santa ... Continue Reading →

Tommy Prine at Wolf Hills Brewing Company

Tommy Prine headlined a sold out acoustic solo show at Abingdon’s Wolf Hills Brewing Company last night.  The venue is a delightfully rustic space tucked into the edges of ... Continue Reading →

Elton Follows The Stones With a Fascinating Tour Sponsorship

When you think about something as seemingly dry as retirement planning, legacy rock artists are not the first things that come to mind. But the more you turn it over in your mind, ... Continue Reading →

27 Club Appears at Belly Up

Why have so many promising musicians died at the tender age of 27? The question may never be fully answered, but a half dozen performances at The Belly Up the other night certainly ... Continue Reading →

Jamestown Revival at Belly Up

On the heels of their latest album Young Man Jamestown Revival played a two night stand at the Belly Up.  The audience had no issue with the band running through the new album top ... Continue Reading →