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Inevitable change is a theme of I’m With You,the tenth studio album by The Red Hot Chili Peppers. This is illustrated perfectly by the inevitable change to their sound over nearly three decades of creating music. While some have criticized that they have lost the roughness of the work...

Next week, fans in Central Ohio will be able to view a real treat and an awesome show by one of the finest and hardest working bands in the world. Founded in 1970 by Panozzo, his late brother John and Dennis DeYoung, Styx hit the ground running and has...

The Under the Skin of Angels Tour with Saliva and headliner Filter were placed in The Basement Thursday night in Columbus.The night began with Heart-Set Self Destruct and Anew Revolution in the A&R Bar.  Hailing from Chicago, Heart-Set Self Destruct played a set of hard rock that balance soaring...

Shortly after 9pm, Letlive was acting like a bunch of 5-year-olds, and the crowd was recovering from this sad display. Just then, the lights went out and the crowd screamed with excitement. Time of Grace was about to embark on the last show of their current tour. As the...

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Remember when released and six months later that band explodes into the stratosphere?  Since forming in 2004, Young the Giant have stormed through the “rock band checklist” to place themselves on the cusp of being one of those bands.  Worked tirelessly playing local...

Mötley Crüe’s Glam-A-Geddon Tour, with Poison and the New York Dolls, brought all the explosions, titillation, and special effects of a Mad Max movie to the Schottenstein Center last night. With Mötley Crüe and Poison celebrating their 30th and 25th anniversary respectively, there is a certain nostalgia to their...

Seventeen year rock veterans Sevendust where nice enough to stop by Newport Tuesday to rattle some heads. Along with them came Adelitas Way, Seven Day Sonnet, and Violence to Vegas. “Turn the G*d ****n lights off,” yelled the lead singer of Violence to Vegas, while the sunlight peered through...

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If golf is not your thing, then on June 4th you need to be at Woodlands Tavern (formerly the Thirsty Ear Tavern; 1200 West Third Avenue) for the First-Ever Singing Moon Music Festival.  Singing Moon Records have partnered with local Ice Cream icon Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams to bring...

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