Sunday, January 22, 2012

Third Day At The Toyota Center Kennewick

5/10/2012 - Third Day in concert at the Toyota Center in Kennewick, Wahington, Thursday, May 10th, 2011. Show begins at 7pm, alcohol served at the venue, to over 21 with ID.

Third Day ticket prices: $27.00 to $37.00
Third Day at Toyota Center Kennewick, WA.
Purchase your Third Day tickets by clicking here.

Toyota Center Location: 7000 W. Grandridge Blvd, Kennewick, WA 99336

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Nickelback, Bush Seether My Darkest Days Coming To Tacoma Dome

6/23/2012 - Nickelback, Bush, Seether, and My Darkest Days in the Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, Washington, Saturday, June 23rd, 2012. 4 amazing bands, in one amazing venue! This could be the concert of the year for the Pacific Northwest, definetly, not one you'll want to miss!

Nickelback at the Tacoma Dome
Nickelback is on tour promoting their latest album, Here And Now. This tour incorporates the return of 90's band Bush, and new up and comer My Darkest Days. Also, the Return of Seether to the northwest.

Ticket Prices: $45.00 to $75.00

Purchase Tickets Here.

Tacoma Dome Information.

New Music Videos And Offers From Our Partners

Shinedown - Debut single release "Bully" off Shinedown's 4th album  Amaryllis, is now out on radio playlists. We have the official lyrics video of "Bully". From In De Goot Entertainment. Click Here to see the video.

Black Stone Cherry - In honor of the release of their 4th single from their latest album, titled "In My Blood". Black Stone Cherry is giving away a free year's membership to The contest is open to anyone who wants to enter.  Enter Here.

Theory Of A Deadman - Having released the 3rd single "Hurricane", from their album The Truth Is.. , Theory Of A Deadman has also issued a lyrics video of "Hurricane".  Click Here to check out this video.

Neon Trees - Neon Trees has released the debut single from their 2nd album. The single "Everybody Talks" is now out on radio and in a viral animated video. You can see the video Here.

Friday, January 20, 2012

Join The Fray!

Join the Fray!

 The Fray is probably one of the biggest bands that you’ve never heard of. You hear their music all the time. You listen to it on the radio, on your favourite TV shows (such as Grey’s Anatomy!) and I bet you can even hum along with half of the lyrics to some of their hits. But who has heard of the Fray? That’s what I was wondering when someone decided to show me one of their hit songs. I instantly recognized it, even before the lead singer began his signature, soft droll.

  The Fray was created in 2002 in the snowy city of Denver, Colorado. Originally, there were only 2 band members: Isaac Slade, and Joe King. Both of these members sing (Isaac sings the lead and plays piano) and Joe plays rhythm guitar, as well as the backup vocals. The Fray has had a lot of different members since 2002, with at least 7 members having already come and gone. Currently they are a foursome, with Dave Welsh on lead guitar and Ben Wysocki beatin’ down the drums, as well as the 2 aforementioned creators of the band.

The Fray
  The Fray has had a lot of musical success. Their first album to be released was called How to Save a Life, and this is also the name of their most famous hit single. This song was all over the radios when it was released, and even appeared on Grey’s Anatomy to give it some more class. However, this wasn’t their first single. This honour goes to “Over My Head (Cable Car),” which reached international success. Other notable songs from them include “Be the One,” “Happiness,” and “You Found me.”

  The Fray are the proud owners of 3 high grade albums, “How to Save a Life,” “The Fray,” and “Scars and Stories.” Sometimes critics label them as emo due to the nature of their songs revolving around real life, such as relationships, war, and the evil in the world, but that’s not exactly fair, as the Fray is not hyper-emotional in any way. They seem to be just searching for the same answers as everybody else; they simply put their questions into musical form. Another thing to note about the Fray is that they tend to have strong religious undertones in their music, being driven by their own personal beliefs.

  The Fray is a great band, as their record will show, and most definitely worth seeing.

*this text was taken from The Fray: The Biggest Band You Never Heard Of.

The Fray is coming to the northwest, see them live! Click here to find out more!

The Fray at Boise And Spokane Knitting Factory

2/24 & 2/25/2012 - The Fray will be at  the Boise and Spokane Knitting Factory. Friday, Febuary 24th in Boise, Idaho, and Saturday, Febuary 25th in Spokane, Washington. Don't miss The Fray as they kick off the release of their new self titled album. Both concerts begin at 8pm and doors are open at 7pm. Alcohol available at both venues to persons over 21 with ID.

The Fray @ Boise and Spokane Knitting Factory's
Ticket prices: $36.00 to $85.00

Purchase tickets:

Boise 2/24/2012 click here.

Spokane 2/25/2012 click here.

The Boise, Idaho Knitting Factory is located at: 416 S. 9th Street, Boise, Idaho.

The Spokane, Washington Knitting Factory is located at: 919 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane, Washington

The Fray: The Biggest Band You Never Heard Of.
Websites for these venues can be found by clicking, Boise, Spokane.