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Posts Tagged ‘friday’

Kaskade: Coast to Coast

May 2nd, 2015 by Cassie Morien

I’m incredibly spoiled to live the life I do, I know. Every penny I make, every hour of vacation time I earn all goes to concerts and music festivals. This lifestyle allows me to see many artists I love and respect on multiple occasions. One of these artists is the DJ and record producer Kaskade….

A Modern Day Fantasia

May 2nd, 2015 by Cassie Morien

When I think of the word “violin,” my mind is filled with the images and sounds of an orchestra. I envision a reserved musician and classical serenades. But after tonight I’m confident I’ll associate the gorgeous string instrument with something new: Lindsey Stirling. Last night the 28-year-old violinist, composer, dancer, and America’s Got Talent veteran…

Start The Weekend With Morning Fatty

May 1st, 2015 by Cassie Morien

Tomorrow, Florida grown, funk/rock/reggae band Morning Fatty will set the stage for headliner 311. It was in 2003 that John Pop and Jared McEachran bonded over a common love for punk and ska music, and began to play with the idea of forming a band of their own. Neither one of them could have predicted…

A Doobie and Doll Dilemma

May 3rd, 2014 by Cassie Morien

There are only a few times I wish I could truly clone myself (one of me is more than enough for this world, I assure you) but last night I would have succumed to a hundred mouth swabs to be able to catch the entirety of Friday night’s headliners’ sets. On the Tire Kingdom Stage,…

Review: Young the Giant

May 3rd, 2014 by Cassie Morien

 I wrote in my first blog post of the season that one of my top bands to see was California’s Young the Giant. I had becoming smitten with the band of talented indie rock boys back in 2010, after hearing their name circulate among fans of Minus the Bear and Neon Trees. The first time…