Tag Archives: Live

Live Review: Behemoth’s Diabolic Ritual Takes Over New York’s Times Square (11/3)

Setting the Stage: Walking through the packed tourist trap that is Times Square in New York City on Saturday night (November 3rd), religious sermonizers preaching the word of Jesus greeted us on various street corners, but little did they know that the word of Lucifer would soon be spread at the PlayStation Theater just a few

Saturday Night Live Highlights: Jonah Hill Makes Most of Fifth Time Hosting

This week, another star joined the five-timer club over at Saturday Night Live, as Jonah Hill took on hosting duties for his latest jaunt in Studio 8H. While the promo ads gave us an awkwardly stone-faced Hill – a man deep in the throes of a career reinvention as a director of Serious Art –

Live Review: Elton John Says Goodbye to Chicago With Tears, Memories, and Jams (10/26)

Burning Out His Fuse Up Here With Everyone: Make no mistake, Elton John is a showman. Ever since he first toured in 1970 behind his eponymous sophomore album, he’s been a force to reckon with on stage. His countless costume changes, buoyant personality, and all-too-contagious energy has brought smiles, tears, and hope to millions upon millions

Saturday Night Live Highlights: Paul Simon Bids Farewell with Bridge over Troubled Water

Something — well, a lot of things — felt broken about the first two weeks of Saturday Night Live’s 44th season. And while last night’s episode by no means put all worries to bed, I’m sure Lorne Michaels and cast are sleeping a bit easier this morning. Weekend Update punched its weight again, old friends

Live Review: Phil Collins’ Return to the Stage Comes Stateside to Florida (10/5)

Setting the Stage: Back in early 2016, Phil Collins told us there was no tour. He’d like to do “a few shows,” but lapping the globe wasn’t in the cards, especially while coping with the nerve damage that benched him for years. But in 2017, a series of big-ticket comeback residencies in Europe billed as

Live Review: Modern Life Is War refuse to grow old at Denver show (9/15)

Setting the Stage:  Modern Life Is War may just be the most accessible hardcore band of all time. To the cultists of heavy, that might sound like a bad thing; a big appeal of punk and metal subgenres is their inaccessibility to the larger music culture, a secret shared by weirdos in sweaty basements all

Chevy Chase calls Saturday Night Live “the worst fucking humor in the world”

Chevy Chase was the first breakout star to be born on Saturday Night Live. Despite his swift rise in Hollywood, he always regretted leaving after just a year and a half of the program. “I’d do it again in a minute,” he said in a newly published The Washington Post profile. He probably wouldn’t do it with the current