“Hello my friends! So this is Nebraska. I heard about it, but I didn’t know it really existed,” Simon joked. A fan in the audience countered, yelling that Paul had indeed visited 48 years ago. “Ok, you pinned me. I was here once.”
Faith No More, No Doubt, Modest Mouse, Pixies, Motörhead, L7 + many more
Manson brought a personal touch, sometimes singing directly to fans, noticing the "beautiful faces in the front row", and including stories between songs. The singer touched on correspondences she had with JT LeRoy, male novelist who turned out to be a woman, commenting that girls have long since had to pretend to be boys.
The vibrant 25 year old is the son of 1970’s band the Regents' new wave front runners, and has embarked on a tour in support of his debut album, which premiered on May 13th. “Cut and Paste” is a solid reflection of a fellow influenced by many styles. Oscar combines creative riffs, catchy hooks, Brit-pop elements, synth layers, and hip hop beats (to name a few) into his wondrous collage of sound creation.
Jingle Ballz 6 was a unique show and was guest-hosted by Dr. Demented (Phil Hawley) and the always lovely Ballz Girls. Santa was present as well as and his elf helper, Christmas decorations, spectacular lights, and a room full of awesome dedicated fans. This made for an incredible show not to be missed next year.
https://youtu.be/O1ztzjE20f4 GATHERING OF THE VIBES Seaside Park - Bridgeport, CT Photos by Christina Capasso