A bunch of Boston, NY, New York, NYC, and LA area r/Boston, New Orleans, and New York City, with some great news, along with a few bad.
This was a very fun event.
Let’s start with a recap of what happened.
Boston – This was the first Boston event to feature Rami Ismail and the Rami Syndicate.
It was a great show, with the biggest, most unique crowd in a long time, and a very entertaining set.
It’s also where I’m now working, so that’s a bonus.
The crowd was mostly young, and it was very diverse, with everyone from the Ramin brothers, to the band the Hives, and even some bands like the Stray Cats and the New York Dolls, among others.
Boston was the best, but New Orleans and New Jersey are always fun, so it was a really good night to see the New Orleans bands.
New Orleans – I think the biggest draw was the crowd.
It really, really filled out the show.
New Orleans is very, very diverse.
They were so diverse, from the local indie bands to bands that I’ve seen in shows like Dead Kennedys and The Avett Brothers, to bands like Queens of the Stone Age, and everything in between.
There were bands like The Vandals, who had some amazing sets, and The Dead Kenneds, who made some really cool beats.
New people were always in the crowd, and I’ve always enjoyed seeing a diverse crowd like that.
It just made it feel really authentic.
The Dead also played in front of a huge outdoor stage, which is always awesome.
New York – This event was really well-organized, and the show had an amazing venue.
There was a real atmosphere of fun, excitement, and energy in the audience.
The set list was great, and people loved it, especially the live band.
I was very impressed by how diverse the crowd was, especially since it was only half of a four-day event.
The show was great too.
New Yorkers have a unique vibe to them, so this event was very cool.
New Jersey – This show was pretty much the whole thing.
The Rami Brothers played, and everyone seemed to like it.
They had a really big live band that was really rocking, and really had fun playing.
The band played really well, and had some great sets.
I love seeing New Jersey bands play in front a huge arena, especially in New York.
New York is always a great city to play, so I’m excited to see this one again.
New Jersey also has a lot of interesting bands that are still around, and they’re great.
I always feel that New Jersey can be a great place to play if you have a good venue.
I think the most interesting part about this event is the New Jersey band that came out.
The Brooklyn, New Jersey, band the Dap-Kings played a great set.
The live band was a fantastic addition to the show, and played some of the most beautiful music you can imagine.
They also played with other bands in the past, and their live set was great.
It felt like a true New Jersey show, not a Boston one.
Boston is definitely the best.
It has a great music scene, and this show made it a lot more fun.
New England also has great bands, and shows like this one can make you feel like you’re in a city.
I hope this show brings some new faces to Boston and New England.
New Haven – This Boston event was pretty cool, too.
It had a huge crowd and a great atmosphere.
I’ve never been to this event, but I know it was really fun.
The Boston band the Bards played a really amazing set.
I really enjoyed the music and the live set, and there were some really great beats.
There wasn’t much live music to speak of, but there was definitely a crowd.
New Haven is always an awesome city to go to, so hopefully this event makes it back to the New Haven scene.
I’ve got a few other great Boston, New Haven, and Hartford events I’d love to share in the coming months, so let me know if you’re interested.
If you haven’t already, check out my other events here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1329073936797838/