Weston {Live at Highline Ballroom}
Aug31

Weston {Live at Highline Ballroom}

Weston Highline Ballroom July 6, 2011 Weston was one of those bands that should have been huge. They had the sound of Blink 182, the lyrics of Green Day, and the look of Sugar Ray. Sadly, the band fell apart after taking a more mature direction, and a whole generation of punk rockers missed out on this awesome pop-punk quartet. Luckily, the band saw fit to reunite for a few sold-out shows over the past few years, culminating in an...

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Bouncing Souls & Sick of it All at Terminal 5
Sep20

Bouncing Souls & Sick of it All at Terminal 5

Bouncing Souls, Sick of it All, Grey Area September 19, 2008 Terminal 5 Click to see full SOIA photolog on FLICKR I’ve seen the Bouncing Souls a couple a dozen times since 1994 and it’s always been kind of hit or miss. Some times they rock, and sometimes they just kind of stand there and play their instruments. Last night at Terminal 5 in New York, they kicked my ass all over the theater. First up was Grey Area. I assumed...

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Bouncing Souls at Webster Hall
Oct18

Bouncing Souls at Webster Hall

Bouncing Souls/Lifetime Webster Hall October 16, 2007 Damn, I knew the Bouncing Souls had gotten big over the years, but I don’t think I was ever expecting to see a packed ballroom singing along to every word of every song–even their cheesier work. Lifetime took the stage after a handful of opening acts. The Jersey boys cranked out most of their crowd favorites, but never seemed to ramp of the energy in their stage show....

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The Bouncing Souls Weston Black Train Jack @ William Patterson U.
Aug12

The Bouncing Souls Weston Black Train Jack @ William Patterson U.

The Bouncing Souls, Weston, Black Train Jack October 12, 1995 William Patterson The sign read: You must be eighteen years of age to enter the show. No one is allowed to touch each other at any point during the show. Ha! Well that got my evening off with a few strikes against me. First off, I am under 18, second, my friends are under 17. So what else could we do, but get there early, and waIk in with the band. Weston opened up with...

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