Posts Tagged ‘Live Show Review’

– Words by James Villa / Photos by James Villa – The Kessler / Dallas, TX (Wednesday, April 27th, 2016) Peter Murphy, also known at the God of Goth, and former frontman of Bauhaus has been on his own since 1985. He’s had two songs reach The Modern Rock Charts Top 5, has appeared in film and has had a few modeling gigs…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by James Villa – The Bomb Factory (Dallas, TX) – Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 There really couldn’t have been a better band to wind down this day of the Texas Showdown Festival than Buckcherry. I mean, the festival was a celebration of tattoos and music, two things the California-based b…

– Words and Photos by James Villa – Verizon Wireless Theater – Grand Prairie / Wednesday, June 17, 2015 David Coverdale. It’s a name too often associated with the likes of Robert Plant, partially due to the similarity in his voice and that one song from the 80’s. You know the one. Other than that, I don’t see or hear t…

– 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 – Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 (Verizon Theater – Grand Prairie, TX) The Verizon theater in Grand Prairie was a haven for Dallas/Fort Worth area metal fans this night, and they had come out in droves. The reason was to see one of metals most revered acts, and some of t…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by Ronnie Jackson – Thursday, November 6th, 2014 – It’s not that often that you get to see a truly legendary band. Probably because there aren’t that many out there anymore, and out of those that do still exist, not all of them tour. But this night, in the Dallas suburb of Allen at the…