October is a generally spooky month, and it's one with a whole lot of rock and roll shows to share, too. Living up to its reputation, CL readers flocked to our website and settled onto the power lines sitting above stories about Suwannee's annual Hulaween throwdown, the Insane Clown Posse and L.A. punk group Fear, which scared the shit out of Saturday Night Live some years ago.
Revisit the posts below.
- Night of the Loving Dead: Before Hulaween's fifth anniversary Hulaween executive producer Paul Levine talks improvements, origins and more
- Interview: Yes' Trevor Rabin talks name changes, new Yes film, current tour and more
- Review: Insane Clown Posse, juggalos use strobes and Faygo to pull off joyously disorienting set for State Theatre in St. Pete
- Today in rock history; L.A. punk group Fear scares s*** out of SNL audience, Johnny Marr is born and more
- You'd be a lot less douchey if you did, too: Florida Georgia Line is one of a handful of country acts distancing itself from the NRA
- Dear Jethro: A heart-to-heart with British rock legend Ian Anderson (w/playlist)
- Review: In Tampa, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill show off love, looks and lust before more than 13,000 fans at Amalie Arena (w/photos)
- Review: Yes’ year-long tour winds back up at Clearwater’s Ruth Eckerd Hall for a night of prog-rock wizardry (w/photos + setlist)
- Review: In Tampa, Bruno Mars puts the funky, 24K Magic touch on a titillating Thursday night party (w/setlist)
- Did St. Pete mayoral candidate Rick Baker really post this hilarious hip-hop album cover art on Facebook?