One of Concert Blast’s favorite band, Train, performed in Nashville, TN at the Ryman Auditorium on Good Friday, April 2nd, 2010 and Concert Blast photographer Brian Hasbrook was on hand for the photos.
One of Concert Blast’s favorite band, Train, performed in Nashville, TN at the Ryman Auditorium on Good Friday, April 2nd, 2010 and the guys were there to enjoy the show while writing the concert review for a podcast.
On this particular night, all 4 members of the Concert Blast team were together to start the podcast, but on the concert review portion of the podcast, James Downing had a Meet & Greet VIP Pass to meet the band members after the show while Mike, Brian, and Tom recorded the concert review.
This is the best setlist and most energetic performance the guys had seen Train perform, although it wasn’t as energetic as the Pat Monahan Solo Tour.
Here is a popular podcast from 2006 re-edited. Mike Arnold, Brian Hasbrook, and Tom Thompson created this Music Discussion podcast of songs that begin with a Drum Beat. We begin the show by taking turns naming songs from various artists, reading emails from our listeners, and then played a game of “Name That Tune” by the Drum Beat Intro.
Some of the Artists named are; Alice Cooper, Steve Miller Band, ZZ Top, Led Zeppelin, Bob Seger, Rolling Stones, Queen, J Geils Band, Billy Squire, Grand Funk Railroad, Judas Priest, Cheap Trick, KISS, Loverboy, Joan Jett, Tom Petty, Aerosmith, Phil Collins, Eagles, Guns and Roses, Van Halen, Billy Idol, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Pat Benetar, B52s, Bruce Springsteen, INXS, Roy Orbison, U2, and Huey Lewis & the News
Concert Blast reviewed the George Thorogood Concert in Nashville, TN at the Wildhorse Saloon on St. Patrick’s Day. Brian Hasbrook was on hand to take the photos. Brian was restricted with the the first two songs from the 2nd floor at the Sound Board. Thanks to Brian’s camera lens, the shots are still good ones.
It was St. Patrick’s Day and the Wildhorse Saloon served up a great party for about 1,500 rock music fans while George Thorogood and the Destroyers provided the entertainment, which thrilled everyone in attendance. Mike Arnold, Brian Hasbrook, and James Downing were there to cover the show (Tom Thompson was sick).
There were technical difficulties while recording at the venue, so Mike later recorded a podcast of the concert review. Click the link below to download (right click-Save Target As…) or listen to the podcast online.
Mike, Brian, & Tom discuss rockers that have passed away in this Part 2 of 2 Music Discussion re-edited Podcast from 2006. Artists that are discussed are; George Harrison – John Lennon – Kurt Cobain – Steve Clarke – Jim Morrison – Sid Vicious – John Bonham - Elvis Presley – Michael Hutchence – Rod Price – Lonesome Dave Peverett – Warren Zevon – Bob Marley – The Ramones – Janis Joplin – New York Dolls – T Rex – Duane Allman – Tommy Bolin – Randy Rhodes – Karen Carpenter – Mama Cass Elliot – Cub Coda – Sweet – Uriah Heep
Brian, Tom, and Mike discuss rockers that have passed away in this Part 1 of 2 Music Discussion re-edited Podcast from 2006. Artists that are discussed are; Keith Moon – Bon Scott – Steve Marriott – Jerry Garcia – Brian Jones – Eric Carr – Freddie Mercury – Jimi Hendrix – Joe Strummer – Mick Ronson – John Entwhistle – Phil Lynott – Ronnie Van Zant – Stevie Ray Vaughn
It was Valentine’s Day weekend as Rick Springfield made another appearance to Nashville, TN to perform two nights at the Wildhorse Saloon. Concert Blast photographer Brian Hasbrook was on hand to take photos again this year on Saturday, February 13th. As a special request from Rick’s former bandmate, Jack White (not from the White Stripes) who happened to be in town, Brian also took photos of Jack singing ”Mustang Sally” on Rick’s encore.
Concert Blast interviewed Rick Springfield before his Wildhorse Saloon Sold-Out performance in Nashville, TN. Mike Arnold, Brian Hasbrook, and Tom Thompson spent some time with Rick Springfield discussing his live show, Nashville, performing Cover Songs, Acting, Embarassments, his upcoming Autobiography, and the Rick Springfield Cruise.
Special Thanks to James Downing and Terri Gibson for running the video cameras and for making this the first video podcast for Concert Blast. Enjoy this short interview with Rick Springfield!