Post Tagged with: "Led Zeppelin"

  • The War on Drugs Delights Packed Granada

    The War on Drugs Delights Packed Granada

    The Front Row September 28, 2014 3:44 pm no comments

    The War on Drugs, led by singer and guitarist Adam Granduciel, seamlessly made its way through more than 90 minutes, culling heavily from material from Lost in the Dream, including amazing opener “Burning.”




     
  • Heart’s Visit to Choctaw Short, Sweet

    Heart’s Visit to Choctaw Short, Sweet

    The Front Row February 4, 2014 3:15 pm no comments

    Casino shows tend to be shorter than most concerts, but they are also more intimate venues than you would typically see a band like Heart play. I still find it very surreal to see bands I grew up with playing smaller venues, but it’s great for fans to get more up close and personal.




     
  • Legendary Robert Plant Opens Tour at the Palladium

    Legendary Robert Plant Opens Tour at the Palladium

    The Front Row June 21, 2013 12:57 pm no comments

    By Chuck Cox Special Contributor When Robert Plant finally took the stage at the Palladium around 9:15 on Thursday night, it took a couple of minutes for my brain to make sense of the fact I was seeing one of the biggest rock icons ever perform before my eyes. And […]