Almost every concert we attend gets reviewed so that you get an idea what it was like.

The Piano Man Comes to Chicago: A Concert Review

It's been a good year for concerts, perhaps one of the best I've had in a while in terms of big names. I wish I could have gone to more (my hearing and wallet might think otherwise), but I can't really complain because the shows I saw this year were some of the best rock and roll concerts I've ever been to. A few days ago I was able to catch the "Piano Man" himself, Billy Joel, here in Chicago, and the trend of great concerts continued.

Bruce Springsteen Tears it Up Live in Chicago: A Concert Review

As I've written about before, when it comes to rock concerts, I'll go see just about anyone and will probably enjoy it. It's something about the atmosphere and the energy of live music that I like and that's why I keep going to new shows all the time. Of all the concerts I've seen, I can only cite a few as actually being "sub par" or as environments where I didn't have fun. Of the rest, they range from good to beyond incredible. After last night, I think I have to add another into that "beyond incredible" category.

Crossroads Guitar Festival: One All Day Concert Later

It's amazing to think how quickly yesterday's event went by. I was lucky enough to attend the second Crossroads Guitar Festival organized by Eric Clapton which had the gates opening early in the morning, the concert scheduled to start at noon and was slated to run until 11PM that night. I arrived at the festival at roughly 11AM, and before I knew it... it was 11PM and I was walking out, in awe of some of the amazing performances I had just witnessed.

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