With an encore which included the thumping ‘, I Miss the Misery’, the band gave a nice nod to their support acts by asking Rews and Avatar onto the stage with them to enjoy a drink during ‘Here’s To Us’
Rock USA’s promoter Hypervibe does an admirable job of bringing nationally known and up and coming metal artist to a smaller market every year. Offering 3 days of music, multiple ticketing and on-site camping options, as well as a various food beverage vendors in a safe and well-policed venue with easy on and off major highway access.
Closing the Ramblin’ Man Fair for 2018 were the Cult, who ironically turned out to be the surprise of the day for many.
I vacated the site with friends old and new and fond memories, some recent, some from the distant past but all conjured up by an emotive combination of music and good company
Two lucky winners will each win 1 pair of tickets to access the festival and be part of the ultimate rock festival experience.
This year the festival will move from its traditional end of July slot to the 30th June and 1st July 2018.
Let the countdown begin! There are just two months remaining until the second annual ROCK CARNIVAL – taking place on September 30, October 1 and October 2 at its new location in Lakewood, NJ at FirstEnergy Park – home of the Lakewood Blue Claws! The festival is thrilled to be hosted at their new home, which will feature […]
Quickly becoming one of the best festivals on the circuit in the states, this years Rock USA marks a line up headlined by Rockers Disturbed, Slipknot, Five Finger Death Punch and grunge legends Alice in Chains.
Jon Lawhon talks to Adrian Hextall about life on the road, the enduring line up of Black Stone Cherry that remains unchanged since day one and why they give back to the public as often as humanely possible.
Halestorm Rocked Koko on the 18th August. ( with a bit of Blues and Country as well thrown into the mix…) ‘A Wild Evening with Halestorm’ sold out within about 8 hours of general release when tickets were first put up for sale several months ago for the London show.
As it was billed as an evening with Halestorm there was no support for the night, but instead we were treated to an acoustic performance by the group to get the evening under way. It was a slowed down acoustic performance which also allowed the audience to fully participate in, by proving to the band that they knew every word to the songs. However it nearly all went a bit wrong when something was said which sparked Jo on guitar to go a bit Country on us , but Lzzy quickly put him in check with a firm ‘No I’m not doing country’ and things got back to the way they were supposed to be…( phew…close call that one…)