Palisades – September 19th, 2015 – Bulls Radio Concert Review

Written by Elizabeth Stafford Wow, what a party. I was not expecting that kind of show at all. Walking in the venue, I was skeptical on how the whole night was going to turn out. The Backbooth is a tiny, tucked away venue with hardly any lighting. Many people were packed inside, and everyone came to have a great night.

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The Neighbourhood – September 21st, 2015 – Bulls Radio Concert Review – Double Review

Written by Sydney Demps I first saw The Neighbourhood perform in fall of 2013, around the time their hit single “Sweater Weather” seemed to be playing non-stop around the nation. At the time I thought their performance was simply alright. Their charismatic stage presence captured you in the moment, but I couldn’t help but feel that a lack of originality

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Every Time I Die – July 27th, 2015 – Bulls Radio Concert Review

Written by Liz Stone Presented by For Your Friends Booking, I went to the Every Time I Die show at Venue 578 with high expectations. I was not in the least bit disappointed. The energy in the room was phenomenal and it’s all thanks to the stunning lineup which comprised the Common Vision Tour 2015. The night started off with

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The Word Alive – May 16th, 2015 – Bulls Radio Concert Review

Written by Elizabeth Stafford Quickly taking over the hard rock scene is band The Word Alive. Their newest album “REAL.” was a huge success, and there was no doubt The Real Sick tour was going to be, well, really sick. The band set off with co-headliner Chelsea Grin and other supporting bands such as Like Moths to Flames to shake up

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The Maine – May 13th, 2015 – Bulls Radio Concert Review

Written by Elizabeth Stafford I am going to be completely honest right now. When this tour lineup was announced, my inner fan girl reached new levels. The Maine has been a personal favorite of mine since seventh grade. Trust me, I can get down to the “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop” album, and John O’Callaghan was and will forever be a

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Purity Ring – September 10th, 2015 – Bulls Radio Concert Review

Written by Adam Keilbach On Thursday, September 10th, Edmonton synth pop duo Purity Ring made their valiant return to Tampa, 2 years since their tour to promote their breakout debut album, Shrines. Since the success of Shrines and the release of their latest album, Another Eternity, it seemed that Purity Ring’s fan base more than multiplied, filling a very packed

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Gasparilla Music Festival – March 8th, 2015 – Bulls Radio Concert Review

Photos and Article by Elizabeth Stafford In 2011, several businesses came together to put together a non-profit music festival in the heart of Tampa. Their goal was to promote environment friendly transportation methods, promote local musicians, showcase local food vendors, gain support for music education, and become one of the most exciting music festivals around. With almost 10,000 people

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Coral Skies – October 25th, 2014 – Bulls Radio Concert Review

Written by Jessica Lewis Coral Skies Music Festival for Tampa was held at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater Saturday October 25th and it was interesting to say the least. Aside from a pretty great line up, festival goers were told there would be “FOOD! BEER! ART!” There was definitely beer, but unfortunately people were let down a bit when it

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Manchester Orchestra (Coral Skies) – October 25th, 2014 – Bulls Radio Concert Review

By JD Hernandez If you were lucky enough to enjoy the Coral Skies music festival at the Mid Florida Credit Union Amphitheater, you were in for a treat. The Florida weather was nice and every band that performed brought a great performance to the table. One band in particular took the opportunity to reach a new audience and ran with

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Bleachers (Coral Skies) – October 25th, 2014 – Bulls Radio Concert Review

By Sydney Demps Musician Jack Antonoff began touring in Florida with his first music project when he was only a sophomore in high school. Now, fifteen years later, he has brought his newest project to perform for the first time. Bleachers’ performance at Coral Skies Music Festival was just as passionate, remarkable, and reassuring as the songs that were being

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