Monthly Archives: June 2010

Everclear Continues Summer Concerts At Hard Rock Café June 19


By Brian M. Howle

Well, here we are deep into the start of another great summer season here on the Grand Strand – and just in the nick of time, another great lineup of concerts has been announced by our friends at Hard Rock Café at Broadway at the Beach. And this month, they’ve got a great band that just about everyone will enjoy, regardless of your personal musical taste! Iconic, multi-platinum selling band Everclear will perform at Hard Rock Café on Saturday, June 19, 2010 in Myrtle Beach, SC.

Known as a band that defined the sound of alternative rock, Everclear has recently reclaimed their position as a vital force in the music scene today, touring devotedly to reconnect with fans nationwide. Their latest album In a Different Light features stripped-down reinterpretations of classics from the Everclear songbook, including “Everything to Everyone” and “Santa Monica” alongside new favorites such as “At the End of the Day.” Nationwide, the band has found their shows triumphantly affirming their importance to music fans of all kinds. “It’s amazing to see the enthusiasm and intensity of our fans – they range from 15 to 50,” says frontman Alexakis. “It’s great to see kids in middle school singing all the words to every song!”

So come on out and enjoy one of the best live bands around at Hard Rock Café, 1322 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577. Show at 8:00PM – All Ages – Tickets $15 Advance/$20 Day of Show.

For info on the band, visit

Upcoming Concerts At Hard Rock Café
$25 Advance/$30 Day of Show
$30 Advance/$35 Day of Show /$60 VIP*
*VIP Ticket Includes Admission to Front Stage VIP Area and VIP Lanyard.
$15 All Tickets.
All tickets are General Admission (Except VIP Pat Benatar) and include admission to all clubs after the concert. (18+ With Valid ID. Some Clubs 21+).
Tickets may be purchased in the Rock Shop or call Janice at 843-946-0007 Ext. 208.

Patio Bands at Hard Rock Café for June:
June 18 – Sista Otis 10:30pm
June 19 – Black Label 10:30pm
June 20 – Joan Burton 8pm
June 21 – Eason Duo 3pm
June 22 – Black Label 8pm
June 23 – Tim Clark 8pm
June 24 – Paul Grimshaw 8pm (Tentative)
June 25 – Psych Ward 10:30pm
June 26 – N’Tranz 10:30pm (Tentative)
June 27 – Act 2 8pm
June 28 – Eason Duo 8pm
June 29 – Black Label 8pm
June 30 – Tim Clark 8pm.


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Top Touring Artists Join KORN In Boycott Of BP

From Amy Sciarretto, RoadRunner Records

(New York, NY): KORN’s boycott of BP has started a ground swell of like-minded musicians intent on making a statement against the devastation in The Gulf caused by BP’s record setting oil spill. The following top touring artists have joined the cause and have committed to avoid the use of fuel sold by BP or its affiliates on their upcoming tours for 2010: Disturbed, Lady Gaga, Rise Against, Godsmack, Backstreet Boys, Rock Star Energy Drink Mayhem Festival, Slightly Stoopid, Rob Zombie, Megadeth, Black Label Society with Zakk Wylde, Anthrax, Creed, Filter, Hellyeah and Flogging Molly.

“This is the worst thing that has ever happened to the environment in U.S. history. From everything we’re hearing about now, it’s become clear that BP cut corners to put profit ahead of safety. The message we are sending should tell all the oil companies to spend the money and take the necessary precautions to make sure this doesn’t happen again,” said Jonathon Davis of KORN. “I’m really proud that this many artists have already come on board, and I hope more will join soon.”

First estimates show close to 100 vehicles, trucks and buses from the committed artists will be involved in the boycott this summer. The number is continuously growing, resulting in tours all across North America refusing to fill up with BP products. More touring artists and people throughout the continent are uniting in boycotts against BP as a result of the catastrophic oil spill.

Some summer festival tours like The Rock Star Energy Drink Mayhem Festival are already known for using biofuels. However, the entire festival, comprised of twelve bands, will promise to not purchase their biofuels from BP or any of their affiliates. Tour creator Kevin Lyman agrees, stating “We have so many friends that are now affected by this spill that unless BP spends whatever is needed their livelihoods are lost forever. To that end we are encouraging everyone we deal with to find alternative ways to get down the road this summer.”

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