Arizona metalcore masters Blessthefall played a SOLD OUT show on Tuesday night May 13 at House of Blues Anaheim along with direct support from Silverstein and Secrets. Blessthefall is out supporting their 2013 release Hollow Bodies and now that this six week tour has ended the band heads over to Europe in mid-June for festival […]
As quickly as the 2014 NAMM show hit the Anaheim Convention Center on Thursday January 23, it came to a close on Sunday January 26. Sunday at NAMM is usually the slowest day of the four day convention, maybe because the majority of exhibitors and attendees are out late Saturday night enjoying all the after […]
The final day of the 2014 NAMM Convention (Day 4) was on Sunday January 25 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA. Below are a few photo highlights from throughout the day featuring music gear, musicians and performances. Check www.SoCalMusicToday.com over the next several days for more NAMM coverage including more photos, videos and live concert photos from various night time […]
Attending the NAMM Show specifically on Saturday is any attendee’s busiest day of the weekend. Saturday is traditionally the busiest day of the convention between artist signings and appearances, product demos and the highest number of attendee’s on a single day. Highlighting the day were Schecter Guitar Research’s two artist signings at their booth on […]
Schecter Guitar Research threw their annual NAMM After Party Saturday night at the City National Grove of Anaheim. Hours after hosting their nearly two hour Black Label Society signing event down the road at the Anaheim Convention Center, those who were lucky enough to pick-up an invite only ticket at the Schecter booth packed the […]
Day 2 of NAMM 2014 got underway in a hurry on Friday January 24 as thousands of attendees made their way to the Anaheim Convention Center. By the time the entrance doors to Halls A-D opened at 10:00AM, the massive crowd in the hallways made their way to vendor booths and artist signings. The Steve […]
Alternative punk-rockers Yellowcard brought their Ocean Avenue Acoustic Tour to Santa Ana on Friday night January 17 at The Observatory. Providing direct support on this tour are rockers What’s Eating Gilbert. SoCalMusicToday.com was there to bring back these images.
Anytime you open your new record with the infamous line, “you’re fucking crazy if you think I’ll ever change,” you know that you will be in-store for a musical experience. In just five short years, British metal rockers, Asking Alexandria have gone from being the new blood in the scene to sitting atop the genre. […]