About to release their ninth studio album, "Integrity Blues", the pride of Mesa, Arizona brings their anthemic pop-rock to Newport Music Hall on Thursday night.
Most thirty-somethings will recall “The Middle” as Jimmy Eat World’s arrival into public consciousness when it was released in the fall of 2001, a few months after the band’s fourth album, Bleed American, hit retail shelves. Its optimistic lyrics and melodic brightness made it a hopeful canticle in the cultural uncertainty of the days immediately following 9/11, […]
One of the most prominent ways education and service organization Fuse Factory intersects with the public is through its fascinating monthly concert series, Frequency Fridays. Since 2010, this series has brought prominent improvisers, composers, noise bands, and artists who aren’t easily fit into genre boxes from near and far to Columbus on the first Friday […]
A lot of Columbus locals are aware that comedy icon Dave Chappelle lives an hour west in the small town of Yellow Springs, and if you’ve ever wanted to head over there and hang out with him, then now’s your chance. Chappelle is hosting a party called Juke Joint this weekend, featuring Frederic Yonnet & the […]
Their ninth album "To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere" brings the band back on the road for the first time in four years
California post-hardcore veterans Thrice stopped in Columbus this past week to promote their ninth album, To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere. Their show at Newport Music Hall on Wednesday night was a midpoint of the second leg of their fall US tour, which will wrap on October 9th in Santa Ana. To Be Everywhere […]
An early fall chill may be in the air, but that didn’t stop the nu metal sounds of rock veterans Korn from burning up a near sold-out Express Live! on Friday night as the band, along with fellow hard-rock artists Breaking Benjamin, stopped by Columbus for their co-headline Nocturnal Underground tour. To view more upcoming […]
The high-profile Hartford-based band can be heard in countless promos and commercials, but tonight they'll just play for their own captive audience at Rumba Cafe.
Hartford-based American indie/roots rock outfit Bronze Radio Return will take the stage Saturday night at the Rumba Cafe. Their bright, sing-a-long-worthy first single, “Light Me Up”, seems as if it was almost intentionally written as soundtrack material. TV has certainly taken the bait – it’s been featured in promos for the new Showtime original series, […]
An unfortunate sickness and a few cancelled dates meant that Columbus became the unlikely city for the beginning of Green Day’s world tour and a place for the punk-rock icons to deliver a back-to-basics rock and roll show that the 1500+ lucky fans crammed into the Newport won’t forget for many a year. The band […]