Posts Tagged ‘Concert’

Fearless Records has announced dates for their Fearless Friends tour! Unlike last year’s more pop collaboration of Go Radio, Every Avenue, Artist vs. Poet, Mayday Parade, and Breathe Carolina, the label has decided to showcase their more alternative bands.  Check the list for a tour date near you!

11.09 Orpheum Theatre @ Flagstaff, AZ

11.10 Roxy Theatre @ Los Angeles, CA

11.11 Soma @ San Diego, CA

11.12 Glass House @ Pomona, CA

11.13 Ace of Spades @ Sacramento, CA

11.14 Hawthorne Theatre @ Portland, OR

11.15 El Corazon @ Seattle, WA

11.16 Knitting Factory @ Boise, ID

11.18 Club Sound @ Salt Lake, UT

11.19 Marquis Theatre @ Denver, CO

11.20 Granada Theatre @ Lawrence, KS

11.21 Station 4 @ St. Paul, MN

11.22 Bottom Lounge @ Chicago, IL

11.23 Magic Stick @ Detroit, MI

11.24 Opera House @ Toronto, Canada

11.25 La Tulipe @ Montreal, Canada

11.26 Gramercy Theatre @ New York, NY

11.27 Palladium @ Worcester, MA

11.29 Mr. Smalls  Theatre @ Pittsburgh, PA

11.30 Peabody’s @ Cleveland, OH

12.01 Recher Theatre @ Towson, MD

12.02 Theatre of Living Arts @ Philadelphia, PA

12.03 The Canal Club @ Richmond, VA

12.04 Amos Southend @ Charlotte, NC

12.05 Firestone @ Orlando, FL

12.06 Revolution @ Fort Lauderdale, FL

12.08 Masquerade @ Atlanta, GA

12.09 Rocketown @ Nashville, TN

12.10 Pop’s @ East St. Louis, IL

12.11 The Marquee @ Tulsa, OK

12.12 The Door @ Dallas, TX

12.13 Warehouse Live @ Houston, TX

12.14 White Rabbit @ San Antonio, TX

12.15 Open Gate Church @ El Paso, TX

12.16 The Marquee @ Tempe, AZ

Follow @Fearlessfriends and visit Fearless for more details!


Interview with Lacerda!

Posted: July 22, 2011 by tweerexy in Interview
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Stork Music had a chance to sit down with lead singer of Lacerda, Milenko Vujosevic at the Vans Warped Tour and chat about music, Betty White and immaturity.

Keep an eye out for a review of their album soon, but in the meantime, watch this interview and enjoy!

You can find the band on Facebook, Twitter and iTunes!


Traffic is an awful thing.  Awful for the environment, awful for sanity and awful for trying to get to a concert on time.

Traffic caused StorkMusic to miss Parachute’s performance of ‘What I Know’ (iTunes free single a few weeks back).  Despite the disappointment of missing the opening of Parachute’s set, the rest of it completely made up for it. The band members of Parachute display a vast array of musical talent— multiple sets of keys, two saxophones, a multitude of guitars and foundation bass and drums.

Parachute’s frontman, Will Anderson is interactive and entertaining.  Not afraid to get up close and personal with a his fans, he jumps up onto the crowd barriers and uses heads of fans as support to keep from falling, gives countless high fives and even breaks out his own camera to mimic fans taking pictures of him on stage.

It’s becoming rarer to find bands who sound like their recorded albums, but the musical consistency of Parachute is one quality of the band not to be taken for granted.  A Parachute show begs for sing-alongs to classics like ‘She Is Love’ (featured in a Nivea commercial), ‘Back Again’ and ‘Under Control.’  Overall, Parachute offers an energetic, true-to-record performance.

Check out some photos from their Summerfest show on StorkMusic’s Flickr page.