Category Archives: Concert review

Brand X Live at the Sellersville Theatre, Sellersville, PA. October 13, 2019

  This show, which started off with 3.2, which you can read the review below, really started my week off right. I was there to see 3.2, and was pleasantly surprised to find out that they were not the headliner. … Continue reading

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3.2 with Robert Berry Live at the Sellersville Theater, PA.

  This show really made the start of my week. The music of a bunch of bands that Robert Berry had a part in, including 3 (Keith Emerson, Robert Berry & Carl Palmer) who put out 1 album back in … Continue reading

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Todd Rundgren’s Utopia Live At The Chicago Theatre

  Back in 1979, this band released the album “Adventures In Utopia”. I really loved this album. Mixing Prog with rock & a bit of pop. This live album brings that charm right back. There was a bunch of Utopia … Continue reading

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An Evening With The Neal Morse Band

  Once again, I head over to the Keswick Theatre in Glenside Pa. This time to see the Neal Morse Band doing their brand new album in it’s entirety. The very beginning before Neal plays a note, he speaks to … Continue reading

Posted in 2010's, Bill Hubauer, Classic Rock, Concept Album, Concert review, Eric Gillette, Hard Rock, Mike Portnoy, Music, Music Review, Neal Morse, New Music, pop, Progressive Rock, Psychodelic Rock, Randy George, Rock, Rock & Roll, Rock Opera, Soft Rock, Symphonic Progressive Rock, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Hippie Fest ~Keswick Theatre, Glenside, PA July 28, 2018

  At a last minutes moment, I decided to go to the Hippie Fest held at the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA, right outside of Philadelphia, PA. The show featured 4 great artists that in their time had some of … Continue reading

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Roger Daltrey at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, PA. June 19, 2018

  Roger Daltrey, lead singer & frontman for The Who came to Philadelphia to do a solo show with his band, which also includes Simon Townshend, Jon Button, & Frank Simes from The Who. The show also included the Philadelphia … Continue reading

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The Winery Dogs ~ Dog Years 2013-2016

  What can I say about this band that I haven’t already said. They’re one of the great new bands of this decade. With the talents of MIKE PORTNOY , one of the best newer drummers out there, BILLY SHEEHAN, … Continue reading

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