I was just going through my computer doing some LONG overdue Spring Cleaning. And while I was deleting picture and videos and what not, I stumbled across folders and folders of American Tragedy pictures and videos. It's hard to believe it has been almost 2 years since Tragedy played their last show …
We are closing in on the end of an era in the Shreveport music scene as the American Tragedy prepare to play their last show at the Red River Revel on Saturday October 6th at 4:30 on the Chase Bank Stage. It's been 12 years filled with great memories, good times, and amazing music.
Shreveport rockers The American Tragedy have called it quits, but not before performing a blistering set at the Riverside Warehouse's 6th anniversary on Friday night. For the band and audience alike, it was a bittersweet show. And 99X was there to capture the end of an era for local rock.
Friday night, The Riverside Warehouse celebrates it's 6th Anniversary. In a time when club support for local and regional bands is a rare thing, The Warehouse has built it's reputation on keeping the local live music scene alive.
I've heard that how a person spends New Years Eve is how they will spend the rest of the year. If there is any truth to that then why not spend the rest of the year with good friends, great music, and the heathens from your favorite radio station!
There are few local bands that can blow me away with their live show like The American Tragedy. I remember, it must have been a few years ago, when I saw The American Tragedy at the Municipal Auditorium and it was like watching the band possessed.
Four incredibly talented, (and, let's face it, good-looking) Louisiana guys! If you want the best of what the Shreveport music scene has to offer, this is THE band to watch! And as far as local vocalists/songwriters go, Adam Dale is in my top five (could very well be number one...