Concert & Album Reviews


STEEL PANTHER BRAND BOISE WITH THEIR GLAM & METAL IMAGE:  Concert Review & Photo Gallery 

Tight leather pants. A large assortment of spandex clothing. Glittery scarves and glamorous bracelets. And hair. Lots and lots of hair…both real and of the wig variety. And this was just the assembly of concertgoers, also known as “Fanthers,” here to enjoy a Saturday night of throwback 80’s glam metal with Steel Panther.  Full concert review and images here:

THREE DAYS GRACE SETS BOISE’S REVOLUTION CONCERT HOUSE ABLAZE: Concert Review & Photo Gallery

A triple bill of Three Days Grace, Breakdown Boulevard and Like A Storm attracted a sizable audience during their recent Idaho visit.  On a midsummer night in Boise, Three Days Grace, along with New Zealand rockers Like A Storm and Boise’s Breakdown Boulevard, packed the Revolution Concert House for a four hour heavy metal slugfest.  Full concert review and images here:

MOTLEY CRUE’S ‘FINAL TOUR’ DELIVERS ROCK ANTHEMS AND HIGH EMOTIONS IN BOISE: Concert Review & Photo Gallery

The second leg of Motley Crue’s last world tour made a sizable impression on Boise with the aid of shock rocker Alice Cooper.  Are “Final Tours” ever final? We’ve seen and heard the promises before, but is this truly the last time fans will ever see Motley Crue together as a band?  Full concert review and images here:

ALICE IN CHAINS WERE A FORCE TO BE RECKONED WITH DURING THEIR RECENT PERFORMANCE IN BOISE:  Concert Review & Photo gallery

Four dates into their latest tour, Alice in Chains rocked to a sold out Knitting Factory in Boise. Their first ever show in Boise did not disappoint and the fans in the capacity-filled venue ensured the band of their appreciation.  Full concert review and images here:

JONNY LANG BLOWS UP BOISE’S KNITTING FACTORY WITH STUNNING GUITAR ROCK:  Concert Review & Photo Gallery

Five days in to this latest tour, Jonny Lang packed the house at Boise’s Knitting Factory.  Full concert review and images here:

BLACK STAR RIDERS, ‘THE KILLER INSTINCT’ – ALBUM REVIEW

Remember when Gene Simmons proclaimed rock music was “dead”? Perhaps he was talking about the latest from KISS, because it’s obvious he hasn’t listened to Black Star Riders.

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