Posts Tagged ‘jordan buford the music enthusiast’

– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by Daniel Martinez – Gas Monkey Bar & Grill (Dallas, TX) / Saturday, November 7th, 2015 A mere eight days after the release of Hate Me, and Escape the Fate was making their way to Dallas in support of their fifth studio album. It felt like the stop in the city came at just the right ti…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by James Villa – – South Side Ballroom (Dallas, TX) – Wednesday, March 11, 2015 –   It felt a little strange seeing Theory of a Deadman at South Side Ballroom in Dallas night. Strange only because the only times I’ve seen the band have been at festivals (all of which happened within th…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by James Villa – South Side Ballroom (Dallas, TX) – Wednesday, March 11, 2015 Bush. They’re a staple of 90’s alt rock music. Even now, a little more than twenty years since their debut album, Sixteen Stone, was released, their songs from that record stand as being iconic. Their fan bas…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Music by James Villa – Gas Monkey Live – Saturday, March 7th, 2015 Man Overboard, along with the first opener, Seaway, may not have been the biggest name acts at Gas Monkey Live this Saturday night, though they clearly had their fans. The place was surprisingly packed to still be fairly early…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Music by James Villa – Gas Monkey Live – Saturday, March 7th, 2015 Gas Monkey Live was a lively place this night (no pun intended). Bayside and Senses Fail’s tour together in support of the former’s 15th year as a band was stopping there in Dallas, and each band had a substantial fan base out…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Music by James Villa – Gas Monkey Live – Saturday, March 7th, 2015 When you think about it, a band celebrating their fifteenth year together seems weird. Perhaps more just a little unorthodox. I mean, how many bands have you known to actually do 15th anniversary tour? I can’t think of that ma…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by James Villa – South Side Ballroom – Sunday, March 1, 2015 No sooner had Sleeping with Sirens left the stage, and then a massive banner was hoisted up. It covered the stage and bore the logo of Pierce the Veil. It was enough to send the crowd into a fit of excitement — something that…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by James Villa – South Side Ballroom – Sunday, March 1, 2015 It was really hard to tell who people were more excited for this night at South Side Music Hall in Dallas. The openers, Mallory Knox and PVRIS, were well received, though the undisputed kings of the night were Pierce the Veil…