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Texas Hippie Coalition Hits The Warehouse This Friday
It's usually a good feeling to know that there are a lot of concerts coming to town, but when you know that the band is going to kick-your-ass, you also know you're going to need recovery time.
That's what you'll need this weekend after Texas Hippie Coalition gets done with you Fr…
This Week Modest Mouse Hits Shreveport
We've been waiting a long time for this week to get here. Anyone who is a Modest Mouse fan lost their mind the minute it was announced they were coming to the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium.
I know, because that was happening in my household...
Prince’s Family Can Be Traced Back To Webster Parish
The Purple One, His Royal Badness, or just Prince...whatever you called him, he was an icon. Yesterday we lost the legendary musician at the age of 57.
The outpouring of love and admiration stretched from Shreveport to the White House, and all around the world...
99X Presents: Crowbar Live At The Warehouse
This summer is shaping up to get LOUD in Downtown Shreveport! On July 15th, 99X and Intense Entertainment welcome back Crowbar...
Possibly the most important band to ever emerge from the New Orleans metal scene, these sludge-metal guardians will be bringing their pioneering style back to the sta…
TMZ Reports Prince Has Died [BREAKING]
According to TMZ famed musician Prince has died at the age of 57.
Reports surfaced recently that Prince had be hospitalized and was in bad health, but those reports were dismissed as those around Prince said he was healthy enough to attend functions and events...
ZZ Top’s Shreveport Show Is Now Postponed
Well, now it's official.
After days of rumors, and of radio stations trying to stay positive, this weekend's ZZ Top show at the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium has been postponed. Here is a snip from the press release:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Shreveport, LA) – April 20, 2016 – Last Thursday, Dusty Hill …
ZZ Top Show This Sunday Is Happening
Word broke last week that ZZ Top bearded bass master Dusty Hill had injured his shoulder, and the band had to cancel a show in Lubbock, TX. After the injury occurred, the band announced that they would take the weekend off. This sent some major waves through all of their other tour stops o…
The Shreveport Rock Charts – Week Ending 4/14/16
Every week, we wonder over and check out the regional Soundscan data from the Shreveport/Bossier/Texarkana. It's a fascinating look into the actual money-where-your-mouth-is trends for rock fans in our area. People can SAY what they want, but what they do with their money says more than wh…
My Record Store Day Haul. Or Really Lack Of Haul.
Today was Record Store Day, a HUGE day in today's music world. Vinyl sales are out-pacing CDs again, and are pound-for-pound out selling digital downloads.
So when Record Store Day rolls around, people get excited.
I have participated in Record Store Day, in some form or another, for the last 5 y…
Six Years Ago We Lost Peter Steele Of Type O Negative
In the 1990s, there were a ton of bands trying to break through with new sounds. Being born out of metal scenes, industrial scenes, and other previously niche genres. One of those bands who did break out and find success was Type O Negative...

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