Ex Hex managed to give concert goers at the Mohawk in Austin on Saturday night both their money’s worth – the easy part – and their body temperature’s worth, which was the hard part.
Tag: live music
Gaslight Anthem and Against Me! have always been a favorite in Kansas City, but when the punk rockers in Against Me took to the Uptown stage, technical problems plagued the set and the band walked off after just 3 songs. Dismayed fans were in for a treat though.
Twenty One Pilots has one of the most entertaining and fun live shows in existence today and if you haven’t seen them yet, you’re really missing out.
Halloween’s not for a few more weeks, but Kansas City started their celebration early.
As part of a partnership with 96.5 the Buzz and Kansas City’s Power and Light, Kansas City got a special blast from the past treat: a free concert from The Used and Taking Back Sunday.
Rarely does such a visible change to a band’s lineup feel this refreshingly status-quo. Flyleaf is still Flyleaf, and that’s a good thing.
Jenny Lewis is slated for a quadruple whammy in Austin as part of her Austin City Limits Festival appearances, but the beauty of the festival bookings meant Jenny Lewis was able to treat the rest of Texas to a mini tour complete with some rarer and lesser heard tracks along with big festival favorites. Dallas joined the singer songwriter for an enchanting evening at the Southside Music Hall during one of her ACL breaks.
The Airborne Toxic Event stopped by Austin for a packed outdoor show at Stubbs.
Panic at the Disco’s Gospel tour made its way to Austin’s ACL Live – Moody Theater Wednesday night for an amped up show filled with plenty of dancing, singing along and even swooning.
Josh Groban’s ‘In the Round’ tour is called such for several reasons. The most obvious reason is the circular stage design that Groban’s team had assembled in the middle of Houston’s Toyota Center. Another big reason is because this tour really shows how full circle Groban has come. The young singer has almost become larger than life — not only singing on his albums and selling out arenas, but also making guest appearances on TV shows and major award events. Yet on this tour, Groban reminds everyone of his humble beginnings and how thankful he is to his mentors who gave him a break, and his fans for their undying support. Groban also completes the circle by bringing a fresh, rising singer on tour with him as his opener, offering Judith Hill the same support that he received when he was just starting out before he grew into his current legendary status.