Who: Walk the Moon, Bear Hands, Collective Soul, TWRP, The Protomen, Alter Bridge, Skillet, Dirty Honey, Tiffany Young Where: Baltimore, [read more]
Tiffany Young circled the world several times playing for millions of fans as a member of K-pop’s Girls’ Generation. However, there was still one place Young had never been: Washington, DC.
The Victorious Sky Tour, featuring a fresh co-headlining team-up of Alter Bridge and Skillet, took flight at Baltimore’s MECU Pavilion, with radio darlings Dirty Honey as support.
Baltimore’s stop on TWRP and The Protomen’s “Together at Last 2019 Tour” was a night of nostalgic reflection and sweaty celebration for the performers and fans alike!
TWRP’s lead vocalist-via-talkbox/keyboardist, Doctor Sung, took some time to chat with Concert Crap about the synth-funk-rock band’s recent whirlwind of activities.
The only thing more contagious than an earworm written by frontman Ed Roland: the energy and chemistry all five members of Collective Soul exhibited at MECU Pavilion, as they played over a quarter-century’s worth of hits for thousands of eager fans in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor!
Walk the Moon shook up the Inner Harbor’s boring winter weeknight routine with catchy melodies, a stellar light show, and the most energetic live experience that modern alt-rock has to offer.
Ninja Sex Party just finished a seven-week-long run at the top of the Billboard Comedy Albums chart with their latest LP, Cool Patrol. The band proved that their ’80s-inspired synth-rock with colorful lyrics will live on forever when they brought the “Tour de Force” to The Fillmore Silver Spring.