Within the first 60 seconds of absorbing the music of Cautious Clay at Union Transfer on Saturday night, we were thoroughly convinced that this dude will be the future state of rock and roll. Or is he the past-tense of R&B? Regardless, by the end of his 70-minute set, the answer became clear. He’s just the future. PERIOD.
Ali Awan, a Philadelphia native, who will be performing downstairs at World Cafe Live on Friday, September 27th, breaks past societal barriers with ease, proving that he not only has the talent, but also the innate wisdom and diversity that is needed to span multi-genre platforms, placing him directly outside of “the box.” -Jen Strogatz, Independent PhillyRead More
We are slightly more than halfway into the Goo Goo Dolls 15-song co-headlining set at BB+T Arena on Saturday, August 10th, 2019, and frontman Johnny Rzeznik is shot out of a cannon. “I see all you hippies on that lawn out there!” he addresses the crowd. “You need to put down your bongs, put down your vape pens, […]Read More
May 18, 2019 – Another year and another successful MMR*B*Q day-long concert event at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, NJ. This year the weather was comfortably perfect as fans filled the venue to see this year’s rock and roll lineup. Featured bands included local selection Siravo, Bad Wolves, The Glorious Sons, and Fozzy (during the general […]Read More