Zombie Beach Party at Rips Ales & Cocktails Phoenix's dead showed up in grand style for the Zombie Beach Party at Rips Ales & Cocktails on Friday night. Undead ghouls slammed back shots and cold ones while the still-living got painted up to look like their zombie brethren...see photos
Cannonball Pool Party featuring Peachcake and Amani Jae The Cannonball Pool Party continued at the Lexington Hotel on Sunday. Pabst Blue Ribbon, Sticky Fingers & Retro Hi-Fi presented another afternoon full of hipster dipping and PBR sipping. Peachcake and Amani Jae showed up as guest DJs for this week's edition...see photos
Foreigner and Journey at the Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion In all my years attending concerts at this pavilion (under its myriad names), I've never seen traffic like what we waded through before the Foreigner/Journey concert. Cars were still backed up and blocking the intersection at 83rd Avenue and McDowell an hour after the concert started. The upside of this surprising throng (who knew two bands who peaked in the '80s could still draw such a massive audience?) was this dude who flashed his man-boobs at the long queue of cars waiting to pull into the AFHSP. Dressed in cut-off jean shorts, a purple cut off T-shirt that read "I'm with the band," and sporting an orange and yellow ascot, mountain man beard, and big cop sunglasses, he danced around and yelled indecipherable things. I'm not sure if it was meant to be ironic, but it was freaking hilarious...full story
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See: Foreigner, Journey, and Night Ranger in photos.
Alkaline Trio at Nile Theatre, 7/24/11 After 15 years, the guys in Chicago punk staple Alkaline Trio still rock as hard as ever. It just may be a bit harder to hear them over the roar of their boisterous fan base. From the moment the band took the stage at the Nile Theater in Mesa, the crowd went nuts. The crowd knew the words and sang along, so much so that lead singer Matt Skiba and bassist Dan Andriano could easily have went the entire set without uttering a single word...full story
Red Line Chemistry at 910 Live "This Phoenix show is by far the best we've done yet on this tour," admits Red Line Chemistry bassist Tom Brown, pushing his black-stripe-spiked mop of hair from his forehead after finishing his performance at 910 Live last night. "But I don't know how you guys deal with these brutal summers. We just about died during soundcheck."...full story