Concert Review: Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band Sep10

Concert Review: Bruce Springsteen & The E Str...

Prove it All Night Friday night at Wrigley Field Bruce Springsteen played the role of rock star, friend, dream fulfiller, and even ghost whisper. The most important role, was of course, rock star which he did brilliantly for over three and a half hours. At 62, he might not have the...

Concert Review: Explosions in the Sky Jul20

Concert Review: Explosions in the Sky

We’re Explosions in the Sky from Texas. Here we go. After thanking the crowd and their opening act and making a quick comment regarding the venue, those ten words–“We’re Explosions in the Sky from Texas. Here we go.”– were the last comments heard...

Concert Review: Electric Six and Andy D Jul05

Concert Review: Electric Six and Andy D

8 albums, 3 songs, no Amaretto Sours A couple of months ago, on May 12, I ventured into Hipster Country to see Electric Six at the Double Door. I’ll admit that I don’t exactly Celebrate Their Entire Collection, but my buddy who was in town introduced me to the group and I...

Concert Review: The Fort Wayne Phil & Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Jun27

Concert Review: The Fort Wayne Phil & Big Bad...

Back in May, the Stew Over crew headed to Fort Wayne to see one of our own perform with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. The show was split into two parts. First, the Fort Wayne Phil played four songs, highlighted by Ravel’s Bolero. After intermission, they...

Concert Review: Radiohead Jun14

Concert Review: Radiohead

This Sunday Radiohead played at the First Midwest Bank¬†Amphitheater¬†in Tinley Park. I’ve considered doing an I Celebrate Their Entire Collection piece on Radiohead, however, unlike some of the other bands I’ve blogged about, I don’t love every album they’ve...

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