Girl at the Rock Shows



My Name is Mud

The contrast between people lined up to get into The Palace Theatre on Friday night was amazing. There was an older demographic, a young demographic, some metalheads, some punk kids, some jam-band loving hippies-- it was seriously all over the... Continue Reading →

When the Moon is Full and the Wolves Howl in the Forest

Walking into The Fine Line on Wednesday night was a bit weird. For the first time since reopening after the shutdown, First Avenue is no longer requiring proof of vaccination or negative tests. Although this made getting in the door... Continue Reading →

Victory Rose

A lot of my friends were a bit confused when I checked into the Sigur Rós show at the beautiful State Theatre on Tuesday night. Honestly, I surprised myself by going to this one. It's not that I didn't have... Continue Reading →

I Watched A Change In You

I had planned my whole night out. I was going to go run some errands with the boyfriend, grab food and have a nice night in. That was all foiled when I got approved last minute for the sold-out Deftones... Continue Reading →

Feed The Animals

I still remember the amount of excitement I felt when I bought my ticket to Girl Talk back in February of 2020. I also remember the heartbreak when the pandemic took hold of the live music industry and postponed the... Continue Reading →

Welcome To The Jungle

I am always on the lookout for interesting shows. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy every show I go to night after night but I always look forward to a show that I feel will mix things up and that's... Continue Reading →

We Can Rock and Roll Any Day

I was feeling energized and excited as I walked into The Turf Club on Wednesday night. I was reaching my burnout point last week if I'm being completely honest and a couple of days off from concerts made me realize... Continue Reading →

An Eye For An Eye And We’ll All Be Blind

So far this week I have seen a pop songstress, a couple pop-punk icons, and a local singer-songwriter. My week has been a bit all over the place so it only made sense that I spent my Friday night being... Continue Reading →

Don’t Count On Me To Let You Know When

I was a little nervous as I made my way out to The Myth in Maplewood on Tuesday night. It was my first time at the venue post-pandemic and I was about to photograph some of the bands that truly... Continue Reading →

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