Let’s talk music. I’m highlighting my favorite albums of 2023 along with a few bonus callouts for each in a similar(ish) style.
Some of the best music from 2022 in the humble opinion of Flyer contributor George Kuharick.
Auerbach’s tone was clean, and his slide work never let him down. Carney spent much of the time watching Auerbach – as we all did, honestly – looking for cues about when to pick up or slow down.
Taylor spent both sets spanning the American songbook while also diving into genres such as jazz and the blues. His band was up to all tasks.
May we all find a little of Buffett’s unique brand of zen once in a while and get carried away.
The ‘Remember This’ tour with Kelsea Ballerini and Jordan McGraw kicked off in August.
Megadeth remains a bucket-list band, and that feeling hasn’t dulled over time.
Pitbull’s 80-minute set started with a barrage of seven songs in 30 minutes.
Phish operates as a unit, one that’s clearly played together for nearly 40 years.
This is a best attempt at a best-of list. I hope something here that moves you, too.
Both bands were well-oiled machines.
Always go see your favorite music from your first musical days when you have a chance.
Nostalgia sells. And Hootie & the Blowfish continue to be very good salesmen.
Young the Giant, Fitz and the Tantruns, and Coin played a ‘good’ show at the Walmart AMP on Wednesday.
When the namesake brothers sing harmony vocals, they make one of the most melodious sounds you might see in any concert environment.