Deck The Hall Ball 2011 was capped off with a wonderful performance by Mumford and Sons. The band has said that live shows are their favorite part of being musicians, and it showed with the activity and atmosphere created by the group on stage. Photos by David Conger.
Ben Gibbard and Death Cab for Cutie were welcomed back to KeyArena on Wednesday with open arms for a second show at the venue in a matter of just a few months. Codes And Keys is in the running for a 2011 Grammy as Best Alternative Music Album, competing with Deck The Hall Ball mates, […]
As was defined by Harms earlier in the day on The End, Cage The Elephant wrapped up the “The” set of bands at Deck The Hall Ball. (The “The” set being defined by bands with “The” in the middle of their names that performed in the middle of the show.) Cage The Elephant’s latest album, […]
One thing that you must admit about Foster The People is that their songs tend to be catchy. And Mark Foster’s experience as a jingle writer probably has something to do with why we find ourselves singing “Pumped Up Kicks” and “Helena Beat” while in the shower. (Maybe that is just me…overshare?) Foster The People […]
Keeping the stage dimly lit as they performed, Young The Giant made us feel like they were at their house watching their performance instead of at The End’s Deck The Hall Ball. The band actually lives together in an old mansion where they have space to jam and work on music for their second album. […]