I’ve been wanting to attend Carolina Rebellion years before I started doing concert photography. The lineups each year were always amazing and the feedback I’ve read or heard from friends were always good. So to get the opportunity to finally cover the festival for DreadMusicReview, I was excited, thrilled, and nervous all at the sameWant to know more?
37 years. Think about that for a moment. 37 years. For most people, by 37 years they’ve grown up, graduated high school, maybe graduated college, had their first alcoholic drink, and maybe voted in an election. For some, they may have even gotten married and had kids. For others, they have gotten married and divorced.Want to know more?
Sunday, April 29th was the final day of Welcome To Rockville. After two exciting and busy days, I was ready for a few more exciting interviews on the day plus more bands at the River stage. The weather was clear, hot, and no chance of rain anywhere. But, the humidity was brutal, which is normalWant to know more?
On May 20th, Theory (formerly known as Theory of a Deadman) had a tour stop in Orlando, FL at the Hard Rock Live. The band was touring on their sixth studio album ‘Wake Up Call’ that was released on July 27th. Theory, the Canadian rock band who formed in 2001, is well known to theWant to know more?
Saturday, April 28th was going to pan out to be a very big day for DreadMusicReview. I had a bunch of interviews lined up along with some great artists playing the River stage. I got to the Media Tent early to prep myself for the big day ahead. While I was setting up my gearWant to know more?
The announcement of Kamelot’s tour stop with Delain and Battle Beast at House of Blues Orlando on May 12th was announced back in July 2017. 11 months for fans to wait for three great bands to rock the stage. And the wait was completely worth it. House of Blues Orlando had a packed crowd outsideWant to know more?
Editor’s Note: The DreadMusicReview loves festivals! JR Rockshots headed to Monster Energy’s Fort Rock, This is what she had to say about her experience: Monster Energy Fort Rock moved to its new home at Markham Park in Sunrise, Florida, near Fort Lauderdale. Fort Rock is part of The World’s Loudest Month, the U.S. festival seriesWant to know more?
Editor’s Note: The DreadMusicReview loves festivals! JR Rockshots headed to Monster Energy’s Fort Rock, This is what she had to say about her experience: Monster Energy Fort Rock moved to its new home at Markham Park in Sunrise, Florida, near Fort Lauderdale. Fort Rock is part of The World’s LoudestWant to know more?
April 27th through April 29th kicked off a historic weekend in the city of Jacksonville, FL. This was the first year that Welcome To Rockville became a 3 day festival starting on a Friday and ending on Sunday. Also, it was the first time the festival dedicated an area to camping as an alternative optionWant to know more?