March 2010 :: Event Reviews
Against Me! test drives both a new drummer and a new set of songs on a mini-Florida tour that finds them squeezing into the packed confines of The Social in Orlando.
The English Beat, a division of the Two Tone Army, invades Firestone Live in Orlando, but it's opening band Fishbone that emerges victorious.
Flogging Molly didn't give up much for Lent, instead bringing one hell of a happy show to Orlando's House of Blues.
Rockabilly, blues, jazz — delightful Dublin diva Imelda May put everything but the kitchen sink on the Moore Theater's stage. Seattle hepcat Steve Stav was there to admire it all.
Jen Cray enjoys a time trip back to 1994 with everyone's favorite college radio folk duo, Indigo Girls.
Literally dancing with bells on, legendary songwriter Jonathan Richman delighted Orlando fans with an acoustic show that felt more like a poetry reading than a typical night at The Social.
Garrison Keillor's "A Prairie Home Companion" is cinecast in HD to theaters across North America, and Carl F Gauze witnesses radio on the big screen.
Monotonix and Surfer Blood help Parafora Productions celebrate 3 years of amazing live music at Orlando's BackBooth. Jen Cray is still reeling.
Front man Alan Palomo shows a Tallahassee crowd there's more to Neon Indian than just a guy hunched in front of a Macbook.
Polysics pick up where Devo left off, only they do it a whole lot weirder.
Despite the frigid outdoor temperature, Gainesville's Sister Hazel delivered a set that was red hot.
Tegan and Sara throw the seating chart out the window, liberating a sold-out crowd at the Tampa Theatre right out of their chairs.
Chris Mullen becomes one-quarter of the audience at a little Terror Pigeon Dance Revolt show in Baltimore.
With almost 90,000 registrants and over 1,300 exhibitors, this years' Winter NAMM showcased the latest in musical gear and broke a couple of records while doing it. Elianne Halbersberg shares some highlights.