With 4 amazing bands on it, The Wonder Years’ Upsides / Suburbia Anniversary Tour is a must see. The band announced the tour back at the end of February, and many dates (including the hometown Philadelphia shows) sold out. Given the logistics of living a bit far from any given city, and having to work […]
The New Face of Concert Archives!
Concert Archives started out as a weekend project back in 2013 when I was feeling nostalgic for the shows of my past. Since it was a website about concerts, I just found a free ‘ticket’ icon for the logo, slapped the words ‘Concert Archives’ on the top, and kept coding away. Our site and apps […]
Backstage Pass is taking a break
We’ve been pretty quiet on the Backstage Pass blog and social media lately, don’t worry we’re just taking a break from those to focus our attention on building more cool stuff into Concert Archives!
The CA Merch Store is Open!
We’ve just launched the Concert Archives merch store! Now you can get all the CA branded t-shirts, hoodies, mugs, etc that your heart desires ? The idea for a merch store started because I wanted to have Jason Lubrano (the singer of the band Iron Chic) create a CA t-shirt design. While he was working on […]
Your 2021 Music Festival Guide – Dates, Lineups, Ticket Prices, + More!
It’s been a wild week for music festival announcements! Let’s take a look at the status of our favorite music festivals in 2021. Aftershock Festival | Sacramento, CA | October 7-10 I’ve always wanted to go to Aftershock. The lineups are always ? and are probably my favorite of the DWP fests. The Metallica/My Chemical […]
7 More Amazing Bands to Check Out this Women’s History Month
As promised, here are seven more awesome bands that aren’t-all-dudes for you to listen to this Women’s History Month – and hopefully catch live post-pandemic. Check out the first post if you haven’t already, as well as last week’s post. Sincere Engineer Sincere Engineer is one of the last bands I discovered live pre-covid. I got stuck […]
8 Rock Docs and Concert Films to Watch for Women’s History Month
March is Women’s History Month, so let’s take a look at some awesome films by and about women who rock! From the early days of rock and soul to punk rock to modern alternative rock, there’s something here for everyone. Janis: Little Girl Blue (2015) We can’t talk about women in rock without talking about […]
6 More Awesome Bands to Check Out for Women’s History Month
As promised, here are six more awesome bands that aren’t-all-dudes for you to listen to this Women’s History Month – and hopefully catch live post-pandemic. Check out the first post if you haven’t already, and come back next week for some more awesome bands! The Regrettes The Regrettes’ sophomore album How Do You Love? was […]
10 Times Women Made History at the Grammys
Since it’s Women’s History Month and last weekend was the Grammys, I thought it’d be fun to combine the two! Let’s take a look at some of the times women made history at the Grammys. Ella Fitzgerald wins at First Grammys At the first Grammy Awards held in 1959, the Academy distributed 22 awards. Five […]
7 Awesome Bands to Check Out during Women’s History Month
For the next three Tuesdays of Women’s History Month, I wanted to share with you some of my favorite bands/artists that aren’t all men. Meet Me @ The Altar Meet Me at the Altar is one of the hottest ‘new’ bands out there right now, and for good reason. Their tunes are pop-punk perfection (just […]