Have you ever wanted to do something you’ve never done before and really make it matter? And make it matter not just for you but for others too? Well, I did. I ran the Chicago Marathon for these three reasons. It was an amazing adventure that changed my life. It was so sweet on so […]
Yes, my fellow concert fans, it was another amazingly complex, transitional and evolutionary year of live music. During this episode of Live Fix Radio, we explore the top shows, our favorite concert fan moments of 2011 and trends we expect to develop in 2012. Catch up on what you missed and listen to all 2011 […]
Now that we’ve shared our favorite concert fan moments, let’s take a look back at the top Live Fix stories you loved to read in 2011. As you’ll see, from Rihanna firebombs and inviting blind U2 fans on stage to continued Kings of Leon concert drama and Dave Grohl stopping a fight, this is a great […]
This is why we do this. You. The Fans. We love discovering, celebrating and exploring your concert experiences. And throughout 2011 we had the extreme pleasure of sharing some truly amazing live music moments with you. There was no shortage of emotion in 2011 as we explored why concerts move us so much. […]
Let’s wrap up our Best Of 2010 series and take a stroll around the interwebs to see what were the pleasure trends among fans and critics, what were the best live albums, and what bands should be on your tour radar for 2011!
Before we dive into a new year of concert adventures, let’s see what live music moments mattered the most. Let’s discover how the live concert experience changed our lives in 2010.
When I think of eager concert fans in 2010, I think of the photo above that Colleen took during a climaxing moment at the Wrecking Ball Punk Fest in Chicago. Those fans where some of the most relentless, hungry and addicted live music fans I saw all year long. And when I think of those […]
We all know that live music would be meaningless and utterly void without concert fans, which is why it’s time to celebrate your best stories of 2010!
It’s Friday my friends, which means it’s time to see what’s going on in Chicago’s live music scene this weekend…
Is Your Music Blog… pushing boundaries… helping people… changing minds… reflecting who you really are… starting new conversations… letting loose and having fun… putting the spotlight on others… asking the important questions… following a clear mission… taking risks… or does your music blog only feeding the hype machine… playing by the rules… flailing and wandering… […]
Hi Everybody! I have some great news! Today John Jurgensen of the Wall Street Journal featured Live Fix in “A Field Guide To Live Music Online” and in his “Is Video Killing the Concert Vibe” article.
What happens when you use social media to express and share your favorite concert memories? In what ways do you and other concert fans use Facebook and Twitter to capture, share and celebrate your favorite concert moments?
A long time ago I realized that there was no point in denying the influence of my parents on my musical tastes, especially my love for live music. And in my early twenties, I started asking my parents questions about…who they were when they were young, why they made the decisions they did and other […]
There are a lot of moments I will never forget about Lollapalooza 2010. As I told you earlier this week a lot of great performances lifted me off my feet and dropped my jaw. But on the flipside, there are a few things that could make Lollapalooza better for fans, bands and everyone in between. […]