MUSIC NEWS MAY 2017
In your house I long to be
Room by room patiently
I’ll wait for you there
Like a stone
I’ll wait for you there
Music News April 2017
He has an extensive resume of performing with many talented musicians that includes members of Van Morrison, Sons of Champlin, Frank Zappa and the Byrds, just to name a few.
One might not know who Steven will be performing with next from one day to another but one thing is for sure he will always be creating music, singing and playing his guitar with every bit of passion that comes straight from the heart. I highly recommend catching any one of his upcoming shows. For more information about Steven Bates you can find it here at stevenbatesmusic.com
Music news October 2016
Their first single As The World Burns is due out in the Spring of 2017 and a full length CD is due in October. I myself cannot wait to hear their new sound which is largely influenced by shoe-gaze, goth rock glam, post punk, psychedelic and blues.
We would like to thank Claire on a Dare for this interview and wish them the best in their exciting new future to come along with their special Tribute to David Bowie.
Music News September 2016
MUSIC NEWS JULY 2016
These gals bring a whole new meaning to hot babes. We had the pleasure of watching their fire Poi twirling show on the 4th of July at Sea pals in Fort Bragg, CA. They put the show for free and I was truly mesmerized by their talents with twirling these balls of fire to some awesome music. Not to mention, the physical strength a person must have in their arms to keep up this performance for hours. From what I understand they do this every year on the 4th of July at Sea Pals which is a nice little restaurant down in the harbor that is seated on the Pier. They sell mouth watering fish and chips or shrimp and chips along with burgers and other delightful foods. So next 4th of July grab a beer and some great grub from Sea Pals and let the Fire Poi Twirlers entertain you with their own version of live fireworks.
MUSIC NEWS APRIL 2016
With so many things to do in Las Vegas it is hard to know just which place is the best when it comes to nightlife. One of my favorite spots to hang out is the XS Nightclub. Laid out in a beautiful setting at the Encore Resort, the club consists of an indoor area and an outdoor area that surrounds the pool under the desert sky. The XS Nightclub is a fun place and has a great line up of famous Dj’s. You can dance the night away inside the Club or outside near the pool. Certain evenings they offer nightswim. Make sure you check out their calendar of events and Dj’s.XS Club Event Calendar Our last time there we danced until 4 am to the music of David Guetta. Thanks David for such a damn good time! It was a blast! Avoid long lines and get your tickets ahead of time. You can purchase your tickets at wantickets.com. XS also has cabanas for rent and bottle service which means you can rent a table for your party group. The Club starts moving at 10 pm and usually Dj’s make their entrance around 1 am and stay until 4 am. So have fun and party safe.
Had the pleasure of meeting the members of the Girl On Fire Band. These guys are amazing! Every song they play has such a professional sound that I am surprised they are not a household name by now. They do not hold back when it comes to playing their music and getting the crowd dancing non stop. Their new song, Reminds Me Of You, should surely reach the top of the charts along with all of their other music. If you do not know who this band is thenI suggest you educate yourself. Much all of their music is on Youtube and they are working at getting more music videos created. We also play their music right here on gravityradiox because when it comes to rock these guys know exactly what they are doing!
When in Las Vegas check out the XS Nightclub at the Encore. I think for club-goers it’s a pretty good deal. The layout around the pool is nice and it looks very elegant at night. Some of the club-goers even went for a swim. We had the pleasure of seeing Dj Zedd whom put on a very nice show. Lot’s of great energy and fun! I did not want to stop jumping to the beats but had to catch a plane the next morning. We bought our tickets ahead of time online from Wantickets. Cabanas and tables must be reserved through another company. Just check online for the best deal available.
Wondering what to do while in Las Vegas? Then wonder no more! Catch a heart pumping, feel good show at the Venetian on the Las Vegas Strip called Rock of Ages! This show has all superb actors, singers and dancers in it. It will make you laugh, sing and want to get up and dance! Great music from the 80’s. The story is set in L.A.’s infamous Sunset Strip in 1987, Rock Of Ages is about Drew, a boy from South Detroit and Sherrie, a small-town girl, both end up in L.A. to chase their dreams of making it big and falling in love.
In my opinion it is the best show on the strip!
It was a night to remember. The last night that Candlestick would ever hold another concert. The last night that Paul McCartney would ever perform there. It was also a celebration that the Beatles last performed at Candlestick park in August of 1966. I was never much of a Beatles Fan until I got invited to go to this concert. When my friend first asked me to go I declined. I later thought it over and decided since it was the end of an era for Candlestick park and the last of one of the Beatles to perform there that I would attend. The traffic was more than we bargained for. We left for the concert 2 hours early and found ourselves still stuck in traffic and wondering if we were ever going to make it to the concert at all. We parked the car at some point and caught a bus the rest of the way. Mr. McCartney was even nice enough to delay the concert so the people stuck in traffic would not miss the event. I was dying of thirst by the time we reach our destination. I grabbed a coke and we went inside. The place was absolutely packed and the music was playing. I have been to many concerts in my day but this one was truly different. I felt totally relaxed! The crowd had a really friendly vibe and when everyone sang along to the songs we actually knew the words. Not only the words but everyone seemed to know the melodies to the point of actually harmonizing together. It was strange. I have never been to a concert where the audience actually sounded good singing together. It was a night to remember and Paul did indeed keep his word when he said we would be closing Candlestick down in style. I am glad to have been a part of history and glad to have become a Beatle fan!