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Life Looks Better When You’re On Your Trampoline

Saturday night wasn't my show. Honestly, I never even would have had the show on my radar had it not been for a good friend and her boyfriend. My friend is a blogger like myself and she and I have... Continue Reading →

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I’m Not Going Back To My Dark Places

I've always known of Stiff Little Fingers. I may not know all of their songs but I remember constantly seeing their name pop up when working at record shops growing up. It wasn't until I saw vocalist Jake Burns open... Continue Reading →

I’m A Mirror F&*#$@* Image Of No Control

It was snowing as I walked from my car to The Varsity Theater near the University of Minnesota campus in Minneapolis. Snowing. Literally snowing. It is not even mid-October and it was snowing. White stuff falling from the sky as... Continue Reading →

I Know I’m A Queen, But I Don’t Need No Crown

President Trump is stopping by Minneapolis today and you can feel the tension in the air. You can also feel the love in the air as Minneapolis residents and businesses band together to make sure that, when all eyes are... Continue Reading →

It’s Never Been Harder To Fall

I wasn't sure if last night's show was in the cards for me. My brother and I wanted to go so badly but he has been in Berlin for the past couple of days and if his flight was off... Continue Reading →

I’m Doing What I Love While You’re Doing What You’re Told

There were choices to be made last night. Viking metal, a night of nostalgic crying, or a band that I fell in love with years ago that I just can't get enough of. It was a hard decision and although... Continue Reading →

Instead Of Going Under

Two tours converge on Minneapolis last night and combined to make one of the best, if not┬áthe┬ábest line-ups of the year. You had the heavy hitting tour of Sum 41, The Amity Affliction and The Plot in You and then... Continue Reading →

Keep Your Chin Up When They Try And Bring You Down

Yesterday at my day job was agonizing. Not because it was slow and I was struggling to stay awake, but because I was unable to listen to some of the bands that have become staples in my daily playlist. I... Continue Reading →

Can You Let Me Have My Heart For A Minute?

I was still recovering from the Yungblud show as I parked my car and walked through Dinkytown to get to The Varsity Theater. I was excited for my Thursday night show but Wednesday night was just so good that I... Continue Reading →

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