WHEN WE WERE YOUNG FESTIVAL AT THE LAS VEGAS FESTIVAL GROUNDS ON OCTOBER 22 & 23, 2022   Review By: Jordan Nathanson         Grab your skinny jeans, put on your black eyeliner and make your way back to the early 2000s with the first weekend of the When We Were Young Festival in Las Vegas, Navada. Thousands of millennials traveled from all over the world just to […]

Review and photos by: Jordan Nathanso As the world starts to try and heal from the shutdown, concerts around the world have been coming back, full force, around the world. Bands are back, celebrating either their returns or anniversaries with life long adoring fans. The Blame Canada tour, with co headliners Sum 41 and Simple Plan, is no different. The night kicked off with Set It Off and their colorful […]

Felicity had a hometown album release party for their debut full-length album Dear Universe (out now on Adventure Cat Records).  I had the opportunity cover their show and it was nice to see people enjoying live music.  Felicity surely put on a great show and did not let the crowd down. Felicity is: Damien Fagiolin – vocals/guitar Andrew Rapier – guitar Mike Alosa – bass Cory Comly – guitar Josh Phelps – […]

Review by: Jordan Nathanson   It has been one full year since the world was turned upside down by a world-wide pandemic. We watched as our favorite artists find other ways to release their music and stay connected with fans. We watched music festivals online or through a live stream while wishing we could gather together and enjoy the music that connects us all. On Saturday May 8th, 2021, the […]

Review By: Jordan Nathanson We hear of concerts selling out full arenas and venues every day or maybe one day of a multi-day concert has sold out. But only headliners A Day To Remember and Underoath can sell out four days at the House of Blues in Lake Buena Vista. Packed wall to wall with fans, everyone was excited to see the last of the Degenerates Tour and end 2019 […]

Review & Photos by: Jordan Nathanson The “roaring” 20s was in full swing on Saturday the 15th when The Used sold out The Beacham. The venue was filled with fans eagerly awaiting the band to take the stage. First off, the best was the venue itself played old 90s songs that created nostalgia. Especially with the entire place singing “I’ll Be There for You” (aka the FRIENDS theme song). The […]

The band’s name The HU, is the Mongolian root word for human being.  They call their style “Hunnu Rock”…inspired by the Hunnu, an ancient Mongolian empire, known as The Huns in western culture. Some of the band’s lyrics include old Mongolian war cries and poetry.

Here are some pictures for TWLOHA Heavy and Light show at House of Blues. To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery. Please head to their web site for more information on TWLOHA