Contribute to the RARA’s Community

Email ideas to rarasfarm@gmail.com and we’ll walk you through the process.

The concept behind RARA’s Farm is an on-line community for self-professed Rock and Roll Animals.  We need all of you to contribute, or at least a few who know how to write or have opinions that others may be at least mildly interested in.

  • Go to a show and let everyone know what you thought. Was it great? Did the drummer suck? Was the set list interesting? How was the venue?
  • Write an article – come up with an idea and let us know.  We’re still looking for someone to pen an article on the Ten Greatest Rock and Roll Bagpipe songs.
  • Comment on any of our other features.  We like to think our opinions are always perfect, but maybe you have something worth sharing, too…
So, get busy. You can contact us at: rarasfarm@gmail.com with any ideas, thoughts, articles, recipes, free concert tix, etc…
Thanks!

 

4 thoughts on “Contribute to the RARA’s Community”

  1. Attended the Cinderella 25th Anniversary tour at House of Blues last night (7-30). Nice to see a packed house at HOB. Pretty much all areas of HOB were packed with people. The age range was between 18-50 but more on the 50 side. Typical Cinderella show, ears are still ringing. The main thing I noticed was the the lead singer was the band. Not much from the supporting crew. The drummer, keyboard, bass and lead guitars didn’t add anything to the show. For the price of the ticket 38.00, they only played 11 songs and it lasted about 1 hour 10 minutes. I do think they blew one of their speakers on the encore because there was a loud hum at the end of it. The sound board should have done better because there was plenty of time that I could not understand the words. But after 25 years, they still were rockers……Luc

  2. Great venue this week end. I recommend it next year! I can’t believe it but I was pleasantly surprised how nice it was to sit outside under the open sky and listen to music.
    I was introduced to Robert Randolph and the family band, they had a southern rock sort of feel and I think it was awesome. They blended some oldies with a new funky rock beat. The March was a crowd favorite and got my feet to move. I would recommend them for an evening with friends.

    I also heard Kid Rock, he sounded his usual self. Lots of F bombs but the crowd was expecting it and they got it. He definitely played to the crowd. His band sounded great coming off the main stage. Bravo to the sound guys and girls. He was looking good, lots of jumping and crazy moves. I recommend his sound if you like the rock, rap, southern rock mix….. I am sure he also added more but who could tell we were all screaming.

    Blake Shelton is whom I went to see. Flat out has a great voice! He blended some ole time rock and pop with what he is doing now. Told us a story of his family and introduced us to the family via song. Clever presentation, lots of laughs, thought I was with an old friend in a crowd of thousands. Great show.

    On the way out we stopped in to hear Supervillians, they have a terrific sound as well. You can tell it’s them a mile away as the drummer is the lead singer. Definitely different. They had quite a following. The songs have a beat, something to sing along with and makes you want to dance with your hunny!
    Great sound as well but lots of drum…..

    That was my few hours at the Orlando Calling. I’d recommend it to all. Prices are a bit high, but considering its all day. (not both days) 

    Contributing to Rara’s farm one submission at a time!
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  3. Great venue this week end. I recommend it next year! I can’t believe it but I was pleasantly surprised how nice it was to sit outside under the open sky and listen to music.
    I was introduced to Robert Randolph and the family band, they had a southern rock sort of feel and I think it was awesome. They blended some oldies with a new funky rock beat. The March was a crowd favorite and got my feet to move. I would recommend them for an evening with friends.

    I also heard Kid Rock, he sounded his usual self. Lots of F bombs but the crowd was expecting it and they got it. He definitely played to the crowd. His band sounded great coming off the main stage. Bravo to the sound guys and girls. He was looking good, lots of jumping and crazy moves. I recommend his sound if you like the rock, rap, southern rock mix….. I am sure he also added more but who could tell we were all screaming.

    Blake Shelton is whom I went to see. Flat out has a great voice! He blended some ole time rock and pop with what he is doing now. Told us a story of his family and introduced us to the family via song. Clever presentation, lots of laughs, thought I was with an old friend in a crowd of thousands. Great show.

    On the way out we stopped in to hear Supervillians, they have a terrific sound as well. You can tell it’s them a mile away as the drummer is the lead singer. Definitely different. They had quite a following. The songs have a beat, something to sing along with and makes you want to dance with your hunny!
    Great sound as well but lots of drum…..

    That was my few hours at the Orlando Calling. I’d recommend it to all. Prices are a bit high, but considering its all day. (not both days)

    Contributing to Rara’s farm one submission at a time!
    .

  4. Bells were ringing at House of Blues:

    If anyone is looking for a fun, inexpensive show to go and see, check out Hells Bells. They are a cover band out of Kentucky and can really put on a show. For 2 hours, I could almost believe that I “might be” at a AC/DC concert. The band was loud and had plenty of energy to get the crowds fist pumping all night long. I was happy to hear “Thunderstruck” as the opening song and was not disappointed on the guitar showmanship. Everything from Hell’s Bells (with a smaller bell onstage) , to the cannons “for those about to rock”. Also in the set list included, Big Balls, Have a Drink On Me and my personal favorite Whole lotta Rosie. So if you put up with the fact that their lead singers is a tad larger than the real Brian Johnson and the lead guitar reminded me of my science teacher in high school, then I know you will be entertained all night long.

    Luc

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