Ezra Furman + The Boy-Friends At Chop Shop 3/2/2017

I hadn’t planned on reviewing this show, seeing as I paid for a ticket like everyone else and didn’t bring the main camera or anything. I had a point and shoot with me (it’s a really nice one, but still), so the pictures kind of suck, but the show was amazing. This was already my third time seeing Ezra Furman (once solo, second with the … Continue reading Ezra Furman + The Boy-Friends At Chop Shop 3/2/2017

Savannah Stopover Announces Full Lineup

Savannah, Georgia, routinely third of the Georgian cities when it comes to music, is gonna be the host for some great bands from March 9th through the 11th (making it number 1 in my book, if only for a few days). Savannah Stopover, now in its seventh year, features headliners Kishi Bashi and Lee Fields & The Expressions as well as my personal favorite Ezra … Continue reading Savannah Stopover Announces Full Lineup

Ezra Furman + The Boy-Friends at Lincoln Hall 1/12/2017

I’ve already seen Ezra Furman twice this year. Last week he was solo at Space in Evanston, and last night he was joined by his band for a headlining set at Lincoln Hall. While they were completely different experiences, one thing ties them together: Furman’s mindblowing ability to captivate in either setting. In total I’ve seen him over a dozen times, and I can’t wait … Continue reading Ezra Furman + The Boy-Friends at Lincoln Hall 1/12/2017

Ezra Furman at Space 1/7/2017

I’m repeating myself for maybe the thousandth time, but there is nothing greater than seeing Ezra Furman perform in front of a hometown crowd. He’s so comfortable and at ease that the show is like an episode of Storytellers. He talks at length about songs and what he’s feeling and it’s amazing. This solo show was no different, and I’m glad I could make it … Continue reading Ezra Furman at Space 1/7/2017

Top Concerts of 2016

Some would have you believe that BeyoncĂ© or Coldplay or maybe even Radiohead put on the best shows in 2016 (probably a couple for LCD Soundsystem, too). If they’re talking about making money, then yes, those artists definitely did. But, judging shows purely on the music, these were my 10 favorites of the year. Titus Andronicus at Bottom Lounge Jenny Lewis and The Watson Twins … Continue reading Top Concerts of 2016