King’s X December 8, 2016 The Parish, Austin TX King’s X is monumentally great. They’re just three guys that love and make very special music together. They’re such amazing songwriters and performers that choosing a setlist must be difficult for them. With such a great catalog to choose from, it makes the choice of whether […]

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I woke up and went downtown to look for a job. If you recall this comedy line, you score two points! Here is my resume_2016-rounded and here is my portfolio_october-12-1. If you’re hiring, let’s talk!

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Relient K / Switchfoot Stubb’s Austin, Texas Nov. 17 Switchfoot hit the road with compatriots Relient K hot off the heels of the release of their latest album, Where the Light Shines Through. While many tours really feel like a promotion for a new album, this one did not. Nor did it feel like a […]

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U2: THE JOSHUA TREE TOUR 2017 LIMITED RUN OF STADIUM DATES TO CELEBRATE 30th ANNIVERSARY OF THE BAND’S CLASSIC FIFTH ALBUM – Tour Kicks Off In North America On May 12 with European Dates Starting July 8 – – U2 Confirmed for Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival—Band’s First Ever U.S. Festival Headline Appearance – Tickets […]

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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Stubb’s, Austin, Texas November 2, 2016 It was a pleasant feeling to show up to Stubb’s, the Austin staple for BBQ that doubles as a double venue — both a small indoor stage and a large outdoor amphitheater. Even though I was late (due to unforeseen traffic on Mopac, which could […]

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Robert Randolph & the Family Band Antone’s, Austin, Texas October 21   The new album by Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Got Soul (to be released in February), seems to have been written with the live show in mind. It sure was a treat on this cool autumn night in Austin to hear this […]

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Stryper Alamo City Music Hall, San Antonio October 10   This tour was a crazy good idea. Whoever came up with the full album shows idea first was a genius. I remember seeing the Heaven Tonight Tour with Cheap Trick about 10 or 15 years ago. It was a great way to relive the sounds, […]

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Switchfoot Where the Light Shines Through   When an album titles tells a story, often times the thematic material of the album (i.e. lyrics) has something to say along the same lines. It appears that suffering, hardship and trials is what we’re going to discuss here on this album.   The production was handled by […]

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Tim Tebow Shaken Tim Tebow is a leader and a lightning rod. Bring up his name in a crowd and watch the reaction. People either love him or hate him, it seems. This new book is part biography, but picks up in the recent post-NFL past for the famous quarterback. Using a simple narrative, it […]

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Marilyn Manson and Slipknot Austin 360 Amphitheater August 27   Of Mice and Men opened the show, but many people were just arriving and missed the high energy set. Marilyn Manson took the stage while the sun was still out, but thousands of fans were ready for the shockrocker from the ‘90s. With a band […]

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