Born deep in the heart of the Amazon jungle and raised by a troupe of roving Ranchera music players, Andrés is a diehard Boston sports fans who celebrated the 2004 ALCS victory of Red Sox over the Yankees as the sun rose on the Mediterranean. When not developing content for Ticket Liquidator, he can be found enjoying beer, baseball, disc golf and bull fighting. He once shot himself in the thumb with a B.B. gun in an attempt to discern if the gun was firing correctly. It was.
After a wild season the hunt for the Stanley Cup is on, and there's nothing in the world that compares to playoff hockey! Be there to see the most exciting sports action of the year because you never know what is going to happen during an NHL playoff game.
Brittany’s musical interests range from Hendrix to Beethoven, from Coltrane to Metallica. She enjoys Wes Anderson films, used bookstores, and gothic architecture. Brittany wishes she had been named Layla as her mother went into labor with her at an Eric Clapton concert and because people often nickname her Britney Spears, which she feels is deeply unfortunate. Raised in Philadelphia, Brittany will be the first to tell you that the best cheesesteak in the city is neither Geno’s nor Pat’s (it’s Jim’s on South Street), and no matter what the event, someone is bound to break out in an E-A-G-L-E-S chant. Some highlights of her youth include playing guitar with the Paul Green School of Rock, competing at the Little League Softball World Series in Portland, and being an extra in a Will Smith music video. When Brittany isn’t writing content for TicketLiquidator, she’s chipping away at her Master’s degree and/or procrastinating by watching bad horror movies on Netflix.
Following an eight-year hiatus, Modest Mouse has finally released a new album – Strangers to Ourselves. The indie rockers are playing intimate venues across the country over the next few months, with shows at unique places like Cornell University and music festivals like Sasquatch! There are limited U.S. dates on sale, so check out the Modest Mouse schedule to see when they’ll be floating on into your city because it may be another few years before they perform again.
Dyana is an avid New England Patriots fanatic. Whether it be on the couch, at a sports bar, or live in the bleachers themselves, you will catch her jumping, screaming, and cheering on the Pats. Her favorite day of the week is Sunday, for obvious reasons, and when she isn’t watching NFL football, she enjoys art. She loves drawing, painting, and photography in her spare time, and would love to take her talent to Boston over NYC any day.
Returning to the stage after over a decade, Shania Twain is going out with a bang this summer with her final tour. Twain will be kicking off the Rock This Country tour in June as she makes her final lap around the U.S. with Wes Mack and Gavin DeGraw.
Good luck meeting a bigger St. Louis Cardinals fan. One day in 1991, a four-year-old version of John Paul was annoyed at his older siblings for whatever reason (maybe they told him to eat his vegetables), and since they were Yankees fans, he decided he didn’t want to be a Yankees fan any longer. Instead, he opened The Hartford Courant and decided to root for that team that scored the most runs. The Cardinals beat the Giants by a lot, and the stubborn JP has been sticking with the Cardinals ever since. JP can also thank his siblings for his U2 fandom – he’s seen U2 live over 40 times. Besides the Cardinals and U2, JP enjoys the finer things in life – flag football, baseball simulation leagues, Taco Bell, and Mountain Dew. He fears only alligators, crocodiles, and brain aneurysms. Just don’t call him John.
Sometimes, it feels like the NBA’s regular season is just the appetizer for the main course: the NBA Playoffs. Don’t miss your chance to see the very best basketball players in the world on the floor, competing for the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy!
Toni likes to say it's easier to list the jobs she hasn't tried. From lifeguard to lounge singer, bartender to bill collector, door-to-door salesperson to business analyst--Toni has been there and done that. Then, she decided that what she really wanted to be was a writer. Be careful what you say and do around this one—you might end up in her novel!
When “Uptown Funk” came on at a recent company function and I exclaimed “I love this song,” some of the, ahem, youngsters I work with expressed surprise. I explained that the song is a tribute to the great funk bands of the 1970’s, like Tower of Power and Kool and the Gang. Happily, those bands are still touring – along with the most prolific funk powerhouse of them all: Earth, Wind & Fire. I dare you not to get up and dance when they play “September!”
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