Monster Jam returned to the 1st Mariner Bank Arena in Baltimore this past weekend and they brought the noise and the destruction. Click below for tons of cool pics and more.
Right now you can win 2 general admission tickets to the 2013 Infield Fest at Preakness, featuring Pitbull and Mackelmore & Ryan Lewis on May 18th at Pimlico in Baltimore. It’s easy to enter. All you have to do is tweet @MillionairePb with hashtag #InfieldFest. In the tweet, tell me what you would name your racehorse. Come up with anything you want. We’ll draw a name at random to win the pair of tickets.
If you don’t like to tweet, you have two other options to enter. Leave a comment below with the name of your horse or leave a comment on our MillionairePlayboy Facebook page. We will only draw one winner, but enter each place if you choose.
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After winning Album of the Year at the 2013 Grammy Awards on Sunday, Mumford & Sons played two (quickly sold out) shows at the Patriot Center. My wife and I have been fans of Mumford & Sons for awhile now and were lucky enough to nab tickets for their second show. The thing that stands out the most is how much these guys work. They work hard. They love it, but they work hard. They gave us a two hour set, and gave us their all. Click below for more.
…continue reading Mumford and Sons in concert
Tuesday night was the perfect time to grab a pint, put on your scally cap and head to Silver Spring for Flogging Molly. The Irish punk, celtic, pub band was back in town for the Green 17 2013 tour supporting their latest release “Speed of Darkness.” That night at the Fillmore Silver Spring the lights were bright and the crowd was roaring. The band leisurely took the stage but from that point on the energy from the guys and gal was turned all the way up to 11. For the next 2 hours Flogging Molly injected energy
and passion into the audience. Songs relating to sordid parts of Irish history to the more recent somber and angry modern times infused the crowd and before you knew it time had run out.
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Just barely a week after their rousing Inauguration concert here in DC, FUN played a sold out show at D.A.R. last night. The energy was high and the fists were pumping. Click below for more pics!
A storm was brewing in DC last night. While the trees were swaying and the rain was pouring, inside The Hamilton DC there was a storm taking the stage, this storm was called Jane Monheit. Just after 7:30, Jane and the rest of her band took the stage and for the next hour captivated the audience with jazz standards and new material from a yet to be released album The Heart of the Matter – release date of April 16th.
Throughout the first set Jane entertained the audience not just with her incredible voice but also with her playful demeanor. During the first song she had to gently kick away her shoes, because she was nursing a recurring sprained ankle. Over the next couple songs she joked with the audience about her shoes, remembering lyrics, and venues she has played in the past. The time had come for an intermission and before leaving the crowd for a break she delivered an emotional “Over the Rainbow” which was perfect given the weather happening outside. This rendition was emotional and, in her words when the audience started to clap before the end of the song “we are trying to be dramatic here, just a sec” and then delivered another of the many beaming smiles and a little giggle.
The second set was another performance that captivated the audience with songs running the emotional gamut of romantic and flirty to love lost and heartbreak.
Jane left her mark on the audience that night and while people topside will be talking about the storm they endured outside, those at the show will be talking about the storm they enjoyed at The Hamilton.
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Led Zeppelin cover band Get the Led Out played in Baltimore the other night. At first I was reluctant to shoot a coverband, but I do indeed love the Zep, and at the risk of sounding cliche’d, hearing Kasimir played live on stage in front of hundreds of screaming fans is an experience everyone should partake in at least once before they die. Click below for more photos.
M3 is the hottest metal concert of the summer, and now you can win two tickets before they go on sale. It’s easy, all you gotta do is either like us on facebook or retweet the tweet (or both to double your chances!)
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South Rail, the band that headlined our MillionairePlayboy BBQ at Growlers last summer has an EP ready to go. They need your help to finish the mixing and production. Check out all the details in the video above, or on their kickstarter page.