Posts Tagged ‘tour 2014’

Mötley Crüe  Reveals Last Additional  North American Dates Of Final Tour  Due To Overwhelming Fan Demand Iconic rock band Mötley Crüe announced today the details of their final addition of North American dates. The select new shows will take place in October and December as part of the band’s two year Final Tour cycle.…

– Photos by James Villa – Dallas’ newest (yet to be opened) venues, Gas Monkey Live!, is bringing Motley Crue to the gigantic 2,500 square-foot space for an “ultimate party and owners’ experience,” for all Charger, Challenger and Viper car owners. The November 1 event includes a car show, plus an exclusive performance…

– Photos by James Villa – Alice Cooper – Gexa Energy Pavilion / Dallas, TX – August 16, 2014 Setlist The Underture Hello Hooray No More Mr. Nice Guy Under My Wheels I’m Eighteen Billion Dollar Babies Poison Dirty Diamonds Welcome to My Nightmare Feed My Frankenstein Ballad of Dwight Fry Killer I Love the Dead School’s…

– Photos by James Villa – Motley Crue – Gexa Energy Pavilion /  “Every Bad Thing Must Come to an End Tour” 2014 –  August 16, 2014 Setlist Saints of Los Angeles Wild Side Primal Scream Same Ol’ Situation (S.O.S.) Looks That Kill On With the Show Too Fast for Love Smokin’ in the Boys’ Room Without You Motherfucker of th…

– Words by Jordan Buford // Photos by Crystal Prather – If you had been walking around Downtown Dallas this night, you would have thought the only thing of importance going on was the NBA playoff game with the Dallas Mavericks and the San Antonio Spurs. The parking lots were full, some fans—decked out in gear—were tail…

Trees (Dallas, TX) -Words by Jordan Buford // Photos by James Villa – I have never seen Deftones. To be perfectly honest (and please, don’t hate me for this), their music is just too heavy for my tastes. So, obviously, I have never seen the great Chino Moreno perform; but when the opportunity came to check out his side…

American Airlines Center (Dallas, TX) – Words and Photos by James Villa – At the risk of giving away my age, Elton John has been around for quite some time now. I remember my sister playing his songs though out most of my early childhood. It was early 1970 when he made his first appearance on North American soil, and s…

Verizon Theater (Grand Prairie, TX) – Words by Jordan Buford // Photos by James Villa – There’s one thing every music lover can agree on, and is that Jimi Hendrix was a guitar god, and most likely the best that ever has or ever will live. It would have been great if he were still alive today, and there’s no telling wha…