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August 2011

* JTX, Deadly Fists of Kung Fu, Skin Wiggin @ Vinyl Music Hall. + INTERVIEW W/ JTX. 08/26/11

Part Detroit-Determination and part California-Cool, JTX brought their All-Party, Pop-Parade to Downtown Pensacola as their single "Love in America" is dominating the top of personal playlists, airwaves and satellite radio stations around the world. Returning to the Vinyl Music Hall... Continue Reading →

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* Vans Warped Tour Part II. Against Me!, A Skylit Drive, D.R.U.G.S., The Acacia Strain, The Narrative. @ Lakewood Amphitheatre. Atlanta, Ga. 08/01/11

"Expect your every need to be met. Expect the answer to every problem, expect abundance on every level." -Eileen Caddy. The Egyptian born, Irish raised, New Age author who passed away in 2006, wasn't talking about the longest running annual... Continue Reading →

* George Clinton & Parliment Funkadelic @ Vinyl Music Hall. 08/04/11

No Mothership. No Bootsy Collins. No crazy, multi-colored hair. What would a post-millennium George Clinton deliver for the funky-faithful assembled inside Vinyl Music Hall in Downtown Pensacola, Florida? With a storyline worthy of a Lucas/Spielberg “Indiana Jones” treatment, the original... Continue Reading →

* Mike Pinto, Paloma @ Vinyl Music Hall. 08/02/11

After a round of celebratory shots were given to the band by a gracious, young lady in the audience, birthday boy and Mike Pinto drummer, Todd Elrod walked to the microphone and shared his appreciation to the crowd and his... Continue Reading →

* Vans Warped Tour 2011 Part I. August Burns Red, Asking Alexandria, Gym Class Heroes, Abandon All Ships @ Lakewood Amphitheatre. Atlanta, Ga. 08/01/11

Heavy music is alive and well-represented on this year’s Vans Warped Tour. Created in 1994 by Kevin Lyman, the tour kicked off its partnership with Vans in the summer of 1995 and has become the longest running annual tour in... Continue Reading →

* Alien Ant Farm, Me Talk Pretty, Captions @ Vinyl Music Hall. 07/28/11

Getting down close and personal with the Pensacola crowd, Dryden Mitchell jumped off stage and into the audience, not once, but twice during Alien Ant Farm’s set at Vinyl Music Hall. On a night where everyone in the downtown venue... Continue Reading →

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