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15 Bands To Watch At Lollapalooza + The Importance Of Concerts For Mental Health
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15 Bands To Watch At Lollapalooza + The Importance Of Concerts For Mental Health

With the return of Lollapalooza hitting Grant Part in Chicago, IL this summer spanning a massive 4 days, we've wanted to break down 15 artists playing that we'd recommend and give you some song choices along the way. Since we are excited for the return of live music as well I also wanted to take a moment also to talk about the benefits that live music and concerts / festivals can have for ones mental health. (more…)
We Nerd Out Vol. 109:  Bands MADNESS TO CREATION Covered in 2019! Year End Playlist!
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We Nerd Out Vol. 109: Bands MADNESS TO CREATION Covered in 2019! Year End Playlist!

I want to share this playlist with you.  Honestly, I thought we hit the pinnacle when we shot Warped Tour.  If you would've told us we would've covered Blink 182, Tool, Godsmack(twice) and New Kids On The Block in the same year, I would've been dreaming.  As the editor of Madness To Creation, I want to personally thank the following photographers/reviewers who made this incredible year possible: Will Wight, Crios Valentino, Kim Casper, Bryan Bardes, Amber Lyons, Kelz Bailey, Michelle Barron, Emily McDermott, Shawn Doyle, Mike Victorick, Ian Storck, Christopher James Ryan, Eva Dang, Holly Royle, Mark Dean, Derrick Climer, Richard Lepre, Evan Zwisler, Glenn Fernetti, Chris McCormick, Megan Jane Earp, Shannon Myers, John Nelson, and William Zimmermann, and Katie Hovland Madness To Creat...
(Concert Review) ALY and AJ Live at The Wellmont Theatre in Montclair, New Jersey (5/14/2019)
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(Concert Review) ALY and AJ Live at The Wellmont Theatre in Montclair, New Jersey (5/14/2019)

 Sister pop duo Aly and AJ headlined at the Wellmont Theatre in Montclair, New Jersey on May 14, 2019. Their tour was in support of their new album “Sanctuary” that was released on May 10th of this year.  Let me tell you there was a buzz about this night as there was a 10 year hiatus with the duo, and based on this night, they didn't miss a beat. The sisters took time off to work on many projects such as acting and playing several roles on the Disney Channel. They also appeared on the MTV film called Super Sweet 16: The Movie- based on the MTV series My Super Sweet 16. The opening act that night was Armors, a three- piece band from California. They took the stage around 8pm. During their set, Armors sang “DOA” and “ I Don’t Wanna Know”.  Mentioned that it was their 8th show while on ...