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Started by Karissa Vassallo in 2012, Read Between The Grooves became one girl's way to get her foot into a very competitive industry. Starting with album and single reviews and album reviews, the website later evolved to live reviews, interviews and concert photography. All content, unless otherwise stated, featured on this website are property of Read Between The Grooves and Karissa Vassallo.
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Category Archives: Concerts
Here in New Jersey, we’ve been pretty lucky this summer. The weather has been phenominal – nothing more than a couple of low 80 degree days that made this summer very relaxing and refreshing. Of course, the one day when … Continue reading
It’s the beginning of May – it’s a rough sell for tickets to a rock show on a Tuesday night. Philadelphia college students are packing their bags to head home for the summer, high school students are preparing for finals … Continue reading
On October 29, 2012, Superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc throughout the Mid-Atlantic coast. One of the worst hit areas was Sayreville, NJ – where hundreds of homes were destroyed by the surge of the Raritan River. One of the most devastating … Continue reading
For the last few years, Orianthi has been on two world tours with legendary hard rocker, Alice Cooper. Instead of playing sold-out arenas across the globe, Orianthi showcased some of her unique solo material to Webster Hall’s Marlin Room for … Continue reading
It’s been a crazy journey for Marianas Trench over the last two years. After releasing their third album, Ever After, they broke into the US market after a sold-out tour with Canadian pop-punkers, Simple Plan. Shortly following the tour, the … Continue reading
As the egg-nog hangovers started to wear off and the temperatures began to drop, fans young and old lined up outside Philadelphia’s most historic venue, The Electric Factory, to catch “An Evening With Halestorm”. The show was uniquely set up in … Continue reading
On July 1st, 2009, Every Avenue brought their first official headlining show to New York City. Three years later, they announced their “Last Call” tour – their swan song before heading into a hiatus to break off and start other … Continue reading