Fall 2013 issue of HIGH VOLTAGE MAGAZINE featuring Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, the Bolts, the Howling, Sick Puppies, Icono Pop and Moon Taxi. Get your yearly subscription or order individual copies HERE. 

Fall 2013 issue of HIGH VOLTAGE MAGAZINE featuring Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, the Bolts, the Howling, Sick Puppies, Icono Pop and Moon Taxi. Get your yearly subscription or order individual copies HERE

Look what the postman just delivered: Fresh copies of our Summer 2013 issue of HIGH VOLTAGE ft. cover artist Imagine Dragons! Also featuring Belle & Sebastian, City & Colour, Bastille, Deluka, Beecake, Jimmy Eat World and more!
Get your copy here: http://www.iamhighvoltage.com/subscribe.html

Look what the postman just delivered: Fresh copies of our Summer 2013 issue of HIGH VOLTAGE ft. cover artist Imagine Dragons! Also featuring Belle & Sebastian, City & Colour, Bastille, Deluka, Beecake, Jimmy Eat World and more!

Get your copy here: http://www.iamhighvoltage.com/subscribe.html

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gabrielmira:

Everyone in music knows her. She exists in every city and seems to be at every show. She’s always the first to arrive, to score the best spot at the front of the stage, and the last to depart. The average show attendee wonders who she is, why she’s up front snapping endless photos and somehow…

Great stuff.


Tuesday night I was reminded that my presence in the audience at a concert really does count. Now when I say ‘my’ I mean “the fan”, not specifically me, “Trina Nichelle Green.” I went to see the fantastic Everest at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, CA. After the show I was at the bar talking to Joel Graves who plays guitar in the band. They’d been on the road and this was their first hometown show in a while so we were catching up. Joel said that from the stage he could see my necklace. And seeing my necklace he knew I was there…and he was glad for that.
So if you’re a music fan, just a regular fan of the stuff that a band that you really love does, don’t ever underestimate the value of your presence in that venue, in front of that stage. And not just because of the money you paid to get in the door because you’re worth so much more than that to that band.

Tuesday night I was reminded that my presence in the audience at a concert really does count. Now when I say ‘my’ I mean “the fan”, not specifically me, “Trina Nichelle Green.” I went to see the fantastic Everest at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, CA. After the show I was at the bar talking to Joel Graves who plays guitar in the band. They’d been on the road and this was their first hometown show in a while so we were catching up. Joel said that from the stage he could see my necklace. And seeing my necklace he knew I was there…and he was glad for that.

So if you’re a music fan, just a regular fan of the stuff that a band that you really love does, don’t ever underestimate the value of your presence in that venue, in front of that stage. And not just because of the money you paid to get in the door because you’re worth so much more than that to that band.