Legendary guitarist Zakk Wylde has hit the road again in support of his Book of Shadows II tour. Dialed way back in comparison to other endeavors such as those with Black Label Society and Ozzy Osbourne, Wylde’s current tour is zeroed in on his solo gritty Book of Shadows 2 album.
After over five years away, KISS made an explosive return to Milwaukee for their “Freedom to Rock” tour. They’ve been around since then, however, making stops at Tinley Park in Illinois, and the Alpine Valley Music Theater in East Troy, though Milwaukee has stayed off their radar until now.
On the tails of a new album released last fall, G. Love & Special Sauce returned to a familiar venue in the Brew City, the Northern Lights Theater. An intimate seated setting with room to dance complimented the incredible amount of organized groovy racket just a three-piece can put out.
Breaking Benjamin’s latest, Dark Before Dawn, shook things up for the status of rock on the Billboard 200 last summer. Charting quickly to number #1, the bands newest album since 2009 was received wildly amongst fans, translating into constant touring since last summer.
Glass Animals made their second visit to the Brew City for a not so snowy, although sold out, Big Snow Show X.
An intimate setting with no opener, Matisyahu and full band returned to the Pabst to lay down stripped back but full bodied takes on much of his discography. The toned down grooves were fresh and entertaining, contrasting Matisyahu’s other visits to Milwaukee to the Pabst Theater and other historic venues in town.
The Final Tour is finally here. After years of toying with a farewell tour and rumors of Mötley Crüe being in their final days, it’s actually here. “The Final Tour” is a lengthy one, hitting cities Crue hasn’t headlined in for quite a while in North America and Europe, eventually wrapping with three shows at […]