Thousands of aficionados on hand were treated to an extravagant evening of all the shades of Grace Potter. From shredding on her V-type Gibson to some joyous tambourine wizardry and all the excellent keyboard and vocal range execution, Ms. Potter is force to be reckoned with. A master of her craft. A harmonious genius. An entertainer worth every penny paid for admission.
Atlanta may be the trap-rap nest of America, but on this night, New Yorker A$AP Ferg proved to be king of the castle.
The annual Shaky Knees roster has been released. It’s one for the ages, too. Set to take place during the May 1-3, 2020 weekend in beautiful Central Park, the good folks behind organizing the annual shindig have gone to great lengths to provide us with a “wow” lineup.
It is quite easy to take a band like Incubus for granted nowadays. They have been on the radar for several decades now, yet they are not a relic of the past and, on a night like tonight, we were reminded of just how stellar this band has been over their trajectory.
These sinister savants of shock-rock really know how to throw together an exciting time. For their Knotfest Roadshow pageantry, the Corey Taylor-led gang brought along their friends, Behemoth, Gojira, and Volbeat. In short, it was a grand display of live circuit badassery.
Laferte strives on a combination of raw emotion and polished music. Her fans seemed devoted to her; and she rewards them accordingly by way of an artistic engagement that is chock-full of wide smiles, provocative burlesque(ish) boogies, and an overall lighthearted aura.
Slash was sensational. Myles Kennedy was phenomenal. The Conspirators were badass. This was a celebration of real rock music and a night soon not to be forgotten.