Jobe drove through torrential rain and sweated for hours to see the Oklahoma City stop of thrash kings Slayer's farewell tour. Was the extreme swamp ass worth it? Check out his review to find out!
Afghan Whigs – The Observatory North Park, San Diego, CA – 5/9/2018 You're at an Afghan Whigs show inside the beautifully renovated Observatory North Park, right in the middle of San Diego's hipster epicenter. But you are not one of the hipsters. You're forty-one. You do not blend in. But come to think of it, … Continue reading The Afghan Whigs Aren’t Too Cool for You
Not to brag, but I've been to an awful lot of concerts over the years. It'd be hard to put a number on it, but I'd estimate maybe in the 100-150 range. Sure, there are tons of people who have seen more, but 100 is certainly nothing to sneeze at. Over the years, since that … Continue reading Pink — Intrust Bank Arena, Wichita, KS 03/03/2018
Energy is an incredibly valuable commodity in live music. Virtually impossible to manufacture, it's either there or it's not, and generally speaking the crowd will gladly let you know which. Most often a crowd is won or lost depending on the energy the band exudes on stage, and Saturday's show at Kansas City's newest venue, … Continue reading Concert Review: New Politics/DREAMERS/The Wrecks 02/24/18—The Truman, Kansas City, MO
Over the course of their almost twenty year career, Avenged Sevenfold has enjoyed a virtual fairy tale existence. Formed in 1999 by high school chums, the band has enjoyed practically nonstop success, despite a near breakup following the death of their original drummer Jimmy "The Rev" Sullivan in 2010. Their massive world tour, promoting ambitious … Continue reading Concert Review: Avenged Sevenfold/Breaking Benjamin 02/06/18—Intrust Bank Arena, Wichita, KS