Posts Tagged ‘Debi Del Grande’

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U2 @ THE FORUM

May 18th, 2018

A set full of the classics would’ve been enough to sate most fans, as they did with last year’s massive Joshua Tree anniversary tour (which was advertised on countless shirts and jackets throughout the crowd). However, U2’s luxury seat at the top of the touring market has never left them content to rest on their laurels – even that legacy production was breathtaking and dramatic, and they’ve dropped a new record, Songs of Experience, since then.

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HOT SNAKES + LE BUTCHERETTES + CAT SCAN @ THE TROUBADOUR

May 14th, 2018

Drips, okay buckets, of sweat poured on fans in the front of the stage at The Troubadour as John "Swami" Reis of Hot Snakes jumped, kicked and failed around the stage all the while shredding and used a few fans' shoulders to prop his leg on as he and his crazy comrades Rick Froberg, Jason Kourkounis and Gar Wood (Mario Rubalcaba wasn't on drum duty this night) played old favorites and new tunes from their latest creation, Jericho Sirens.

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LIAM GALLAGHER + RICHARD ASHCROFT @ THE GREEK THEATRE

May 13th, 2018

Two Britpop legends took over the Greek Theatre stage for an evening of reflections from the past and a glimpse of the future.

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IAMX @ THE FONDA THEATRE

May 10th, 2018

As diehard fans shouted "I Love You!," his reply was "I love you too-keep saying it."

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ARCTIC MONKEYS + CAM AVERY @ HOLLYWOOD FOREVER

May 6th, 2018

Photos by Debi Del Grande “Anticipation has the habit to set you up.” Well, we certainly were not disappointed in evening entertainment at Hollywood Forever when it came to the highly anticipated return of the Arctic Monkeys which caused spikes in the impossible-to-get tickets going…

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LCD SOUNDSYSTEM + YEAH YEAH YEAHS + YOUNG FATHERS @ THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL

May 6th, 2018

Photos of May 4 show by Debi Del Grande Words by Cheryl Cheng “Love is all over this house tonight!” Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer Karen O noted during her set at the Hollywood Bowl on May 5. It was the second of two sold-out shows…