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Young delivers a bit of unexpected magic on the final night of Summerfest

Published July 6, 2015

In 2003, Neil Young played the Amp touring his then-new album "Greendale." The socio-political rock opera went over like a lead zeppelin with fans expecting to hear Young's big hits. Young returned to the scene of the crime Sunday night, touring his new album "The Monsanto Years." While Young's album is a haymaker thrown corporate greed, GMOs and the intersection of politics and money, he seems to have learned his lesson since "Greendale."


Avett Brothers fill the Amp with superb strumming, if not spectators

Published July 5, 2015

It shouldn't have come as a surprise to see the Marcus Amphitheater a maybe generous 50 percent full - albeit an extremely enthusiastic and appreciative 50 percent - on Saturday night for The Avett Brothers. But while the bluegrass folk rock band had apparent problems filling the venue with fans, the band had no problem whatsoever completely filling the venue with strong, soulful music on the Fourth of July.


No matter your age, the Rolling Stones still deliver plenty of satisfaction

Published June 24, 2015

When people hear that The Rolling Stones are one of my favorite bands, they're taken aback since I'm 20 and Keith Richards is seemingly pushing 100. Of course, this is another typical joke about how The Rolling Stones are old. However, after the energetic show they just put on at the Marcus Amphitheater, I'm confident that their energy and sound trumps any modern rock band a quarter their age.

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