Submitted by Pete_Cataldo on Mon, 2010-05-03 14:36
Mets? You know the New Yorkers known many decades ago in newspaper lingo as Metropolitans which then became as most things in Da Apple shortened to Mets. Many Mets and me and my group from Vegas and California gathered at the Rockwood Music Hall in New York's East Village last Wednesday to see this match up. The Mets never had a chance as the co-ed team of Greta's Bakery won every minute of the hour they performed. It was a shutout and yet the locals went home feeling good.
Lifehouse is getting ready to hit the road on a pretty lengthy tour and I had a chance to catch-up with lead singer Jason Wade. He gives me the scoop on lead guitarist Ben Carey’s basketball hops, and a lot more.
Atlantic City - - Puddle of Mudd opened up for Shinedown and the sold out crowd was totally into them. POM featured some tight, friendly, solid drumming from Ryan Yerdon on the second song, “Spaceship”, a song off their successful album Songs in the Key of Love and Hate, they opened up with “Control” and then they played “Famous”.