Category: Concert Review

Sleep dooms-out Stage AE Pittsburgh

They have been described as ‘the ultimate stoner band’, but that may not be giving the San Jose trio enough credit.  Evolving from the band Asbestosdeath, Sleep started to make its mark around 1991.  The band established by vocalist/bassist Al Cisneros and has traded a few members over the […]

Elton John says Goodbye to Pittsburgh…for now

Last night’s performance in Pittsburgh was no exception, Elton was enigmatic, personal, and vibrant, very impressive for a man who has had such a long illustrious career.  Opening with “Benny and the Jets” in a minimalistic fashion that focused on Elton and his piano, the music man got the crowd singing along from the first note. 

REVIEW: FOZZY @JERGELS

FOZZY Jergel’s Rhythm Grill Warrendale, PA ED THOMPSON I went to cover the FOZZY show expecting a WWE type event to happen but instead, a full-fledged ROCK CONCERT broke out!! I’ve been skeptical of Chris Jericho’s voice and “type” of music he has chosen to sing since FOZY […]

Wage War at SOLD OUT Stage AE Show

Joining  A Day to Remember for their seventh sold out show at Stage AE was the notorious Wage War who just so happened to be the opening act for the night.  Most times with opening acts, no one is particularly paying attention or really even cares because they’re […]