Monday, November 7, 2022

Bob Weir and the Wolf Bros with the Wolf Pack plus special guests at Humphreys by the Bay in San Diego, CA on 10/26/22

Twas a gorgeous summer-like fall evening at the charming outdoor venue that rests in between the Shelter Island Harbor and San Diego Bay almost completely surrounded by water, boats and palm trees. Humphrey's was way past sold out but the good news - most of the heads standing outside the gates holding up their finger eventually got in so "miracles" do happen... 

Sunday, April 10, 2022

Shinedown, The Pretty Reckless and Diamante - 2022 The Revolution's Live Tour - Peoria, Illinois

  Peoria Civic Center - Peoria, IL April 9th, 2022

Review and Photos by Jeremy Rickman of JKR Photography

Shinedown, The Pretty Reckless, and Diamante brought a powerful show to the Peoria Civic Center. One of the most powerful sold-out shows in the Mid-west. Definitely, a show to see so get your tickets now!

Friday, April 8, 2022

Slipknot and Wage War - Knotfest Tour 2022 stops in Peoria, Illinois

 Peoria Civic Center - Peoria, IL April 7th, 2022

Review and Photos by Jeremy Rickman of JKR Photography

Corey Taylor brings Knotfest to Peoria, Illinois for a powerful evening of Metal

Sunday, March 27, 2022

Bob Weir & Wolf Bros Spring Tour in Full Swing

Bob Weir & Wolf Bros winded though the Southeast with a dip into the Midwest this past week with stops in Nashville, Columbus, Asheville, Chattanooga, and Durham. Accompanied by a string a brass quintet, the band has expanded its musical scope with hat-tricks of sound that take most for a smooth ride with curves and hills.

Bob Weir & Wolf Bros
Bob Weir & Wolf Bros

In Asheville, on a warm, March 24, evening, the city relented and let kids set up Shakedown for a good few hours before the show. Most made it in for the opener where Bobby performed solo acoustic with Dark Star and Bird Song. The Dark Star opener was a completion of the opener from Columbus a few nights earlier.

Jay Lane, Don Was, Jeff Chimenti, and Barry Sless joined Bob Weir along with quintet members Alex Kelly, Brian Switzer, Adam Theis, Mads Tolling and Sheldon Brown for a El Paso > Mexicali Blues that was snappy as tight mariachi brass band, with a pronounced pedal steel mastery by Barry Sless leaving it not hard to imagine there were swinging saloon doors at the entrance to the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium.

First set continued with Bob Weir original, Black-Throated Wind, with Casey Jones then lifting the show back before set break leaving many with energetic anticipation for what the second set had in store.

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