Posts tagged “concert

Pierce The Veil to Support Silverstein on upcoming tour

Hailing from San Diego, post hardcore/screamo outfit Pierce The Veil have had a busy year.  They released their sophmore album, Selfish Machines, on June 21st, right before they did a stint on the ever-popular Vans Warped Tour.  The band then traveled across the world to take on crowds in Australia and Japan, before returning to the US to tour with Attack Attack!, Emmure, Of Mice & Men, and In Fear and Faith.

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We Came As Romans set to Headline Motel 6 “Rock Yourself To Sleep Tour” in 2011

Post hardcore rock band We Came As Romans will celebrate the start of 2011 by headling the Motel 6 “Rock Yourself To Sleep Tour” (don’t you just love it when tours have really creative names with plays on words?).  The five-week, thirty-two city tour kicks off January 6th in Pontiac, Michigan and wraps up February 11th in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Sponsored by Motel 6 and Primary Wave Music, the tour provides We Came As Romans, as well as all supporting bands, with free accomodations for every night on the road.

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CONTEST: Attention Colorado! FREE Tickets to See Tokyo Police Club in Colorado Springs

Hey hey hey Colorado music lovers, what better way to spend a chilly December night then at The Black Sheep in Colorado Springs with one of Canada’s most beloved and popular indie rock bands? That’s right, Tokyo Police Club is blazing through your great state on December 13th and, in our everlasting effort to please you, the Sovereign Sound has scored a pair of tickets to give to one lucky reader for FREE. That’s right, you can get a hot pair of complimentary tickets in your anxious little hands simply by emailing thesovereignsound@gmail.com and telling us why YOU deserve to win.

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Keller Williams “Celebrates the Holidays” and Releases Children’s Album

The ecclectic Keller Williams is gearing up to bring his soulful, funky, dance-funk-alt rock to the East Coast this winter with a string of special “Celebrate the Holidays” tour dates.  Beginning on December 29th in Virginia and ending on New Years Eve in North Carolina, each show will feature three differently themed sets.  The first set will center around reggae, dub, and funk, the second set will feature a distinctly bluegrass flair, and the third set will focus on acoustic guitar dance grooves.  The shows are destined to be events to remember.  Just prior to these special appearances, Williams will play his annual concert benefiting the SPCA on in his hometown of Fredericksburg, Virginia.  The show will take place on December 26th at the Fredericksburg Fieldhouse and 100% of the concert’s profits will go to the Fredericksburg Regional SPCA which is a “no-kill” shelter for animals focusing its efforts on education, adoption, rehabilitatio, and spay/neuter options.

Keller has had an extremely busy 2010, which saw the May release of his acclaimed cover album Thief, as well as the more recent unveling on October 26th of his children’s record Kids.  Williams will tour in support of the new release as the “Super Music Friend” on Nikelodeon’s Yo Gabba Gabba tour, as well as play to older children in the same cities later on in the evenings.  Check out all Keller Williams tour dates below:

Saturday, November 6 Rock For Hunger Orlando FL
Wednesday, November 10 WOW Hall Eugene OR
Thursday, November 11 Wild Buffalo Bellingham WA
Friday, November 12 INB Performing Arts Center Spokane WA Yo Gabba Gabba! Live
Friday, November 12 Knitting Factory Concert House Spokane WA Keller Solo
Saturday, November 13 Tacoma Dome Tacoma WA Yo Gabba Gabba! Live
Saturday, November 13 Neumo’s Crystal Ball Reading Room Seattle WA Keller Solo
Sunday, November 14 Memorial Coliseum Portland OR Yo Gabba Gabba! Live
Sunday, November 14 Aladdin Theatre Portland OR Keller Solo
Monday, November 15 Hult Center for the Performing Arts Eugene OR Yo Gabba Gabba! Live
Wednesday, November 17 Humboldt Brews Arcata CA Keller Solo
Thursday, November 18 Memorial Sacramento CA Yo Gabba Gabba! Live
Thursday, November 18 Harlow’s Sacramento CA Keller Solo
Friday, November 19 Montbleu Resort Showroom Lake Tahoe NV
Saturday, November 20 Great American Music Hall San Francisco CA
Sunday, November 21 Bill Graham Civic Auditorium San Francisco CA Yo Gabba Gabba! Live
Thursday, December 2 Avalon Theatre Easton MD
Sunday, December 26 Fredericksburg Field House Fredericksburg VA SPCA Benefit
Wednesday, December 29 The Norva Norfolk VA
Thursday, December 30 The National Richmond VA
Friday, December 31 Neighborhood Theatre Charlotte NC

NEW YEAR’S EVE RUN & BENEFIT CONCERT DETAILS

Sunday, Dec. 26th, 2010
SPCA Benefit
Location: Fredericksburg Field House in Fredericksburg, VA
Time: Doors at 7pm, show at 8pm
Tickets: $25
Ages: All ages
Website: www.fredfieldhouse.com

Wednesday, Dec. 29th, 2010
Location: The NorVa in Norfolk, VA
Time: Doors at 7pm, show at 8pm
Tickets: ADV $18/DOS $21
Ages: All ages
Website: www.thenorva.com/

Thursday, Dec. 30th, 2010
Location: The National in Richmond, VA
Time: Doors at 7pm, show at 8pm
Tickets: ADV $18/DOS $21
Ages: All ages
Website: www.thenationalva.com/

Friday, Dec. 31st, 2010
Location: Neighborhood Theatre in Charlotte, NC
Time: Doors at 8pm
Tickets: ADV $35/DOS $45
Ages: All ages
Website: www.neighborhoodtheatre.com, including information on hotel deals and transportation packages


Jack’s Mannequin and Something Corporate Benefit Show at the El Rey

Andrew McMahon is the brainchild behind two of the most popular piano rock bands around; he’s also a cancer survivor, philanthropist, and downright nice guy.  Something Corporate, McMahon’s southern California high school band turned worldwide success, dominated live music venues and college airwaves for years before he decided he needed a break.  Shortly thereafter the talented musician was diagnosed with leukemia.  It was also during this time that McMahon was crafting music for a new project, the soon-to-be world famous Jack’s Mannequin.  Throughout his rough journey, including a bone marrow transplant from his sister, McMahon kept all his fans in the loop, blogging often and making sure everyone knew what procedures he was undergoing and how he was coping with it.  Cut to 2010, when Something Corporate has reuntied, Jack’s Mannequin is still conquering the airwaves (and people’s hearts), and McMahon is in remission and doing his best to raise awareness and money for cancer research, including starting his own organization- the Dear Jack Foundation.

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Reel Big Fish and Goldfinger Team Up For Ska/Punk Show Extravaganza

For all you long-time ska/punk loving children of the early 90’s have we got some fun for you.  In early November, two of ska and punk’s most important and relevant bands will be playing four shows together on the west coast.  That’s right, Reel Big Fish and Goldfinger are joining forces for four nights of all out musical debauchery.  The fun begins on November 3rd at the House of Blues in San Diego, then carries on November 4th in Los Angeles, November 6th in San Louis Obispo, and finally on November 7th in Las Vegas.

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LONDON PROJECT: Graffiti6 Make Love to the Crowd at The Lexington (and a Couple gets Engaged).

Smooth Jazz? Pop Rock? Hip Hop? I don’t know. Neither do they. The bottom line is, as I stood there listening to the refreshingly unique flows of the Graffiti6 gang, I couldn’t help but move and sway with the crowd, sing along, and fall victim to the talents of producer TommyD (who has worked with the likes of Jay-Z, Kanye West, Kylie and Janet Jackson) and singer Jamie Scott. The swankily lit Lexington was packed with an eclectic array of people, a true testament to the beautiful amalgamation of sounds that Graffiti6 has created, that transcendes genre classification. So What Happened at the Show!?