Hey Violet gave the 400 kids in attendance a night they will always remember.
After honing their live show, I hope they’ll come back, this time on a bigger stage, and with a strong, memorable image.
Front woman Dupree-Bemis is known for being a charming personality on stage, and this night was no exception.
Nordstrom’s melodic roar is made for the stage, enhancing an already well-orchestrated arrangement of precise heavy metal.
Closing out the night with an encore of some of their biggest hits, Bon Jovi proved why they have sustained a 30-plus-year career.
It was as if Martin was channeling Janis Joplin as she filled her performance with an amazing amount of emotional realness and incredible vulnerability.
On this “Evening with” with Dawes, you could feel the connection between the band and the crowd.
Armors looked every bit the part of a confident and successful band.
“Kings of the Wild Frontier” struck a joyfully incendiary chord with the audience that had them dancing and chanting along with their hero.
I’m not sure how Susan Tedeschi holds such a gigantic voice in that tiny little body, but her big, brassy voice was riveting.