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Waterparks

Waterparks

2019-12-03

Waterparks come from Texas and they brought the heat to Saint Andrews hall.
The room is pitch dark as the venue fills with Austen's voice screaming cherry red.
The crowd goes wild!
The band captures the crowd's energy and gives it all they've got on stage; jumping around and having a blast.
Most of the songs are pretty upbeat, but War Crimes is a heavier song. You can see and feel the band pouring their compassion and soul into every note and beat!
Waterparks know how to keep the crowd going while having a blast on stage! Towards the middle of the set...
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By Jessie Wells

Kitten

Kitten

2019-12-03

Kitten’s first day of the Fandom tour couldn’t have been better.
The stage starts out dark as the band is hiding back stage making the crowd more and more anxious and excited! The drummer takes his place behind his kit while the rest of the band, minus singer Chloe Chaidez, take their places on stage. With three beats to the drum the crowd goes wild. Chloe’s voice fills the venue with her stunning vocals that blend perfectly with the instruments being played.
Chloe moves from the stage to the barricade and sits next to a fan. Taking their....
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By Jessie Wells

ISSUES

ISSUES

2019-11-30

Most bands have that song that can get a crowd on their feet and moving, but ISSUES had that set that had you dancing from beginning to end. You would think after the years of "going soft", as though some say, ISSUES wouldn't be able to put up an eccentric performance as they did 6 years ago, when their debut EP "Black Diamonds" dropped. But they shut down the haters as soon as they came out on stage for "Here's To You".
I haven't seen a crowd get so hyped so fast in a while, it was almost...
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By Nathan Eagle

Monowhales

Monowhales

2019-11-24

Touring in support of their latest release, RWLYD, Toronto's Monowhales came to Windsor and entertained the crowd.
Combining powerful vocals and a dynamic stage presence, Sally Shaar fronts what is the perfectly balanced four piece group.
I strongly recommend catching them live and being part of the live experience.
By Ken Kohlmeier

Dreamers

DREAMERS

2019-11-18

The lights dim and music starts to play through the P.A. system. The band is still in the back, but the fans don’t seem to mind. The crowd begins to sing and dance. Nelson (bass/vocals) works his way to the far side of the stage; Nick Wold (lead vocals/guitar) takes center stage while Jacob Wick takes his position behind the drums on the near stage.
The intro finishes and these DREAMERS start to play. The already excited crowd cheers even louder, showing their appreciation. Looking around, it is incredible to see EVERYONE ...
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By Ken Kohlmeier

Irontom

Irontom

2019-11-18

Always one of my favourites to see live, Irontom ended this leg of their tour in Detroit as they opened the night for the Dreamers.

Fronted by Harry Hayes's vocals and incredible stage performance and Zach Irons, who is basically a guitar master, IRONTOM puts on one of the best live shows you will ever see.

By Ken Kohlmeier

New Politics

New Politics

2019-11-12

Taking the stage and headlining "The 3 Dimensional Tour", the New Politics brought an energy to the stage that was contagious and had the crowd dancing to every song.
By Alexandra Geshel

The Mowgli's

The Mowgli's

2019-11-12

The Mowgli’s, currently on tour with The Plain White T’s and New Politics as part of "The 3 Dimensional Tour", played in Chicago as their first stop of this current tour. Sadly, this time without old front man Colin Dieden, who has parted ways.
Thankfully the Mowgli’s are doing great and moving forward and wish him luck with his new band.
The Mowgli’s performed at the Metro Chicago and, even without Colin, proved that they are still an extremely fun loving band with a ton of energy. They love...
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By Alexandra Geshel

Plain White T's

Plain White T's

2019-11-12

Show opener for The Mowgli's and New Politics. They definitely helped warm the crowd up and get them energized.
By Alexandra Geshel

Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa

2019-11-08

The term "Living Legend" is too often thrown around, but when you are playing on the 30th anniversary of your first show, "Smokin'" Joe Bonamassa is just that. A career that saw him take the stage at age 12 playing for the price of admission, to performing and touring the world with over 150 shows a year. You understand why this tour is called "Always on the Road".

Joe's musical influence extends beyond the live experience. He proudly supports his "Keeping The Blues Alive Foundation" through all his live shows.

Having released 22 #1 albums, it's difficult to pick "favourites" to play every night...
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By Ken Kohlmeier


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