Review by Jason Blanco
There is something to be said about enjoying a glass of wine on a summer evening whilst listening to live music in a crowd of strangers. And at the Hollywood Bowl of all venues, theres an extra bit of Hollywood magic in the air. As the sun was setting and the air began to cool, Rhye took to the stage. Hi smooth and sultry voice quickly climbed the amphitheater and focused everyone’s attention on him and his band. They did not disappoint, between a chorus and bridge of his many songs that spanned his catalog, he joined them by beating on a drum in a cool, no-big-deal kind of way. His set which lasted no more than maybe 45 minutes, which was much to my disappointment, set a mood for the next act to come in and take over.
Garon Cockrell is the Founder and Editor of Pop Culture Beast and host of The Pop Culture Beast Show. He founded the site over seven years ago to have a place on the internet to write about the things he loved. Since then, Garon has become a best-selling author (Demonic and Other Tales), an award winning screenwriter (Best Screenplay 2013 Motor City Nightmares Film Festival), and a cast member on the top rated podcast, Never Not Funny.