Photos and Review: The Church @ The Triple Door

The Church, an Australian alt-band very popular since the 1980s, rocked the Triple Door to a packed house Tuesday night. There was a definite buzz amongst the fans that The Church was going to play 3 full albums during the Future-Past-Perfect show. They actually played for nearly 4 hours without an opening act! The Church […]

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Photos and Review: Tina Dico @ The Triple Door

Danish singer/songwriter Tina Dico isn’t a household name in the US. Most people have never heard of her, which is a shame because she had the fans at the Triple Door enchanted with her melodic voice and poignant music. Inspired by Bob Dylan and Tracy Chapman, Tina Dico has created 6 albums and written scores […]

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Photos and Review: Led Zepagain

Rolling Stone magazine described Led Zeppelin as “the biggest band of the 1970s” and “the heaviest band of all time”. With 300 million albums sold worldwide, 7 Billboard number 1 albums, Led Zeppelin was one of the most prolific and legendary rock bands ever. Trying to emulate such a band would be a tall order […]

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Photos: Zepparella – Led Zeppelin Tribute @ The Tractor

Female tribute bands are the hottest ways to relive those fabulous rock bands of the past. Hells Belles, The Iron Maidens, and Zepparella absolutely rock the house and they definitely have a following. Zepparella does a great job of bringing that sensual, bluesy sound that made Led Zeppelin the 1970’s mega group that it was. […]

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Photos and Review: Mayer Hawthorne and The County

Mayer Hawthorne, a very talented singer/songwriter from Detroit, Michigan, is doing his part to bring back that wonderful Motown sound. He started off his “show” exclaiming: “If you’re not dancing, move to the back”. Not very many people moved back because the whole room danced from start to finish. It’s clear that Mayer Hawthorne drew […]

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