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The Cult Blows Through Terminal 5 in New York City

The Cult Blows Through Terminal 5 in New York City

On Friday June 8th, 2012, The Cult played to a packed house at New York City’s Terminal 5. Supporting their latest release and ninth studio record Choice of Weapon, The Cult kicked things off with 1987′s “Lil Devil” from the Rick Rubin-produced [Read More]

Jack White at Roseland Ballroom, Night One

Jack White at Roseland Ballroom, Night One

If there was ever a doubt about Jack White‘s place in rock and roll history, it was dismissed within 30 seconds of his show Monday night in New York City. Playing his first night of a two-night stay at the Roseland Ballroom (both sold out shows), Jack White opened the [Read More]

Rob Zombie at PNC Bank Arts Center

Rob Zombie at PNC Bank Arts Center

The one and only Rob Zombie destroyed PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey Friday May 11th, 2012. It didn’t hurt that he had Lacuna Coil and Megadeth there to help out, but Zombie did a pretty damn good job of rocking Jersey on his own. Opening up with [Read More]

Candlebox at The Gramercy Theatre

Candlebox at The Gramercy Theatre

In support of their latest album, Candlebox tore through The Gramercy Theatre on Wednesday May 2nd, 2012. Whether it was a brand new song from Love Stories & Other Musings or a familiar tune from the 90s, the crowd ate up every single second of the show. Candlebox [Read More]

The “Here and Now” Tour at MSG

The “Here and Now” Tour at MSG

Let’s get it out of the way right at the start: Nickelback is huge. Love them or hate them, there is absolutely no argument there. Fifty million albums sold worldwide makes the Canadian rock band the 2nd best selling foreign act in the United States behind the Beatles [Read More]

Corey Taylor Live in NYC

Corey Taylor Live in NYC

Corey Taylor… You know and love him as the rambunctious lead singer of the metal innovators Slipknot. You know him as the unmasked but just as hardcore lead singer of Stone Sour. You know him as the New York Times bestselling author of Seven Deadly Sins: Settling the [Read More]

A Week of Alt Country Bliss

A Week of Alt Country Bliss

Last week provided some of the best live music I’ve seen in awhile. From kicking the week off with Jay Farrar to rounding this out with The Jayhawks and Rosanne Cash – with a little James McMurtry thrown in the middle – alternative country was alive and [Read More]

Jay Farrar at City Winery, Night Three

Jay Farrar at City Winery, Night Three

Jay Farrar (Uncle Tupelo, Son Volt, Gob Iron) wrapped up a three night residency at City Winery in New York City Sunday night. After selling out two shows, the father and proprietor of alternative country added a third set to the weekend. There were several in attendance [Read More]

One year later…THANK YOU!

One year later…THANK YOU!

Free Gotham officially opened its doors to the online world on October 1st, 2010. One year later, everyone on the Free Gotham team would like to say one thing to you, the reader… THANK YOU. We’ve had a lot of fun in our first year, and we wouldn’t be able [Read More]

Staind – 9/11 Benefit Show

Staind – 9/11 Benefit Show

Thursday September 15th, 2011, Staind threw a tribute show for the tenth anniversary of 9/11. In a move that some might call exploitative, the band charged $9.11 for a ticket. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. A nice PR move? Perhaps. But exploitative? [Read More]

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The Cult Blows Through Terminal 5 in New York City

The Cult Blows Through Terminal 5 in New York City

On Friday June 8th, 2012, The Cult played to a packed house at New York City’s Terminal 5. Supporting their [Read More]

Gotham Interview with Nate Rockwell

Gotham Interview with Nate Rockwell

Write this down…Write This Down is a band you’ll want to keep your eyes out for in 2012. On June 5th, their [Read More]

The Dictator

The Dictator

I finally got around to seeing The Dictator. I’ve always been a fan of Sacha Baron Cohen. Da Ali G Show was [Read More]

Slipknot’s ‘Antennas To Hell’

Slipknot’s ‘Antennas To Hell’

On Monday, fans of Slipknot were given an early, and very confusing, Christmas present. No description accompanies the [Read More]

VOLBEAT Heads to Orion

VOLBEAT Heads to Orion

In a festival experience that has yet to stop growing, Metallica’s Orion Music + More has taken another big step [Read More]

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