It can’t be denied that the performances that Mammoth WVH and opener Nita Strauss laid down on the stage were just as fierce as arcade-style hand-to-hand combat!
Exactly six years (and two album cycles) later, Alter Bridge finally got the sold-out DC area show they deserved! With an outstanding lineup of Mammoth WVH and RED — plus a surprise encore cameo by guitarmaker extraordinaire, Paul Reed Smith — there wasn‘t any question as to why the night was so in-demand.
The hottest spot in Silver Spring this August wasn’t just because the A/C was (allegedly) failing. From start to finish, Switchfoot and Collective Soul scorched The Fillmore’s stage!
Say hello to the latest update of TWRP — including a CC-exclusive peek into their VIP “Remix Party”, as well as coverage of opener “Space Cowboy” Rich Aucoin — straight from Union Stage!
When the “Young Guns” Tour finally kicked off, co-headliners Dirty Honey and Mammoth WVH were ready to rock. Unbeknownst to any in attendance, the Baltimore date would tragically become the final co-headlining date of the tour, six shows too early!
Daughtry and his cohorts Tremonti and Lyell on The Dearly Beloved Tour did far more than help the audience “get through” in Silver Spring, however. They brought the entire room to life with the spark of fresh hard rock!
What happens when the Ides of March actually falls on the second of October? In this case, it was just the final American date of “The Ides of March” Tour 2021! With Myles Kennedy and Co. at the helm, that foreboding date became a welcome refrain, signaling a new era of soul-soothing live music.
WALK THE MOON (Nick Petricca, Eli Maiman, and Sean Waugaman) are ready to fly! The Cincinnati trio are touring to support their upcoming fourth LP, HEIGHTS.
Living legend of rock music, Slash, and his favorite guitar maker, Gibson, are taking their close relationship to a new level! Is it a global brand ambassadorship? No, they already did that. This time around, it’s a flagship record deal!
The second edition of this how-to series features Mammoth WVH’s star, Wolfgang Van Halen, and his favorite bass guitar. Learn about his one-of-a-kind prototype and his solo debut album as we pay homage via paint and LEGO!
Self-proclaimed “musical nomad” Myles Kennedy hits the road this September! The singer of Alter Bridge and Slash feat. Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators announced 16 new dates for his solo project’s Fall 2021 tour.
Myles Kennedy and the resonator featured on his new album, The Ides of March, are the subjects of the inaugural edition of Tiny Tributes!
Let’s celebrate Kennedy’s steely songs by recreating his NRP 14 guitar on a LEGO piece together. Or at least examine Myles’ love for steel sounds and blues rock while our host, Elizabeth Owens, makes the teeny guitar replica on her own. That’s cool, too!
Read on to find out how the Baltimore-based foursome of Overthoughts (Kevin Goren, Mike Busch, Will Lopez, and Alec Leventis) fought through emotional wildfires to rise again and create their debut single, “Interrogation!”
Don’t let the flowery imagery confuse you. With Petals for Armor, Hayley Williams has created a freshly-plucked bouquet of songs that dazzle the senses as they probe the mind. A story of heartbreak, persistence, and release, the 15-track LP walks the listener down a path to rediscovering love.
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.