Zebra will be a part of the Sundance/Roxy Reunion gigs and bring along Y&T and Danger Danger as support. This evening includes their famous Led Zeppelin set. Try not to miss this one.
The brand-spanking New Year is here and its time to get right on down to the business of Heavy Music and Pop Culture coolness. Earlier this morning, we learned about the upcoming “Masquerade Music Fest” which is take place at Mulcahy’s in Long Island. Let’s take a look at the press release.
The Press Release:
Everclear and Sponge were responsible for countless MTV and radio hits (“Santa Monica,” “Everything to Everyone,” “Wonderful,” “Plowed,” “Molly,” “Wax Ecstatic,” etc.). And on Friday, January 17, 2020, both bands will unite for a special performance at Mulcahy’s in Wantagh, NY – as part of the Masquerade Rock Music Fest.
The Heavy Metal and Hard Rock music scene of years gone by will leaf backward through the pages of its history book to some really good times and celebrate a famous concert promoter and the two venues that were under his command. Read on down below about the February 2020 “Reunion” Celebrations of The Sundance and The Roxy.
The Press Release:
On Saturday February 15th and Saturday February 22nd 2020, Long Island music venue impresario Frank Cariola’s decades spanning career will be celebrated in a 2 Night event at Mulcahy’s Concert Hall in Wantagh staged with an all star lineup presented by Loaded Concerts. The 90 year old Cariola will be present at the shows to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award that he has certainly proven himself to be worthy of.
Frank Cariola’s Sundance started as a country music club in January 1981 in Bay Shore, New York, eventually switching over to rock in 1985. If that sounds like a familiar story, it is. Hilly Crystal’s CBGB’s, which stood for “Country, Bluegrass and Blues,” was originally a country music bar before changing over to the seminal punk rock mecca that it became. Likewise, after Sundance became a rock venue, it hosted some of the biggest rock and heavy metal bands in history.
Artist: Symphony X
Venue: Mulcahy’s (Wantaugh, NY)
Label: SPV Records
Symphony X was continuing their relentless support of their latest opus, the killer Progressive Metal album “Paradise Lost”, and after a solid dose of European touring the band had returned to the USA for a few additional dates. Tonight’s show would draw me back to Mulcahy’s in Wantaugh, Long Island – a venue that I haven’t been to in about two yeas. I think the last time I was there was when Stryper was doing their “Reborn” album tour and as you can imagine that band brings in quite a different audience that a knock you down Progressive Metal band like Symphony X. I had caught the guys when they played The Nokia Theater, and that killer show delivered a set from Epica and Into Eternity as well. Tonight there would be only one opener, the regional act Lazarus.
Continue reading Symphony X @ Mulcahy’s (11/20/2008)