Chicago with The Doobie Brothers at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

Photos by Emily Butler – The torrential rain could not kill the enthusiasm of a near sellout crowd at The Verizon Amphitheatre last night in Alpharetta. Between them, The Doobie Brothers and Chicago have 90 years of experience, sold over 150 million albums and produced 25 top 10 singles in 3 different decades. The […]

What’s Up Tuesday? August 13th

It’s a gloomy Tuesday morning, but we’re not letting that get to us! There are some killer shows happening tonight in our beautiful city. Check it out!   Michael Mango, Pete Lim, Scott Thompson and Brian Wiltsey @ Eddie’s Attic Spoon-fed his musicality from radio-loving parents, Michael wrote his first song at 14 and has […]

CD Review: Shinedown — Amaryllis; Playing Project Cinco at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, May 6

Shinedown Amaryllis Atlantic By Ellen Eldridge Shinedown may sound like a guilty pleasure for fans afraid to admit they enjoy mainstream music, but with its fourth studio release, Amaryllis, Shinedown brings more than catchy melodies and contagious vocal lines. The fast-paced introduction with “Adrenaline” proves Shinedown is not merely a pop band, and though the […]

Live Review: Roger Daltrey at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, September 15

By Jeremy Frye; photo by Catrina Maxwell. The Who have performed their 1969 song cycle Tommy live before (though not since their 1989 20th anniversary tour), but they rarely ever performed it in the form in which it was released. The running order got changed. Songs were omitted. As Roger Daltrey explained it when opening […]