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6-19-2017 Radio Show

By Louis Magnifico

On tonight’s radio show, we read fan comments, talk about competitions, chat about our band, Vintage, and our touring schedule. Check it out! Remember… subscribe free to our iTunes Podcast of our radio show and never miss a single episode: https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/the-traveling-twosome/id367259974?mt=2 And here’s this week’s radio show, archived online for your listening pleasure: Your browser does... »

12-7-2016 Radio Show

By Louis Magnifico

On tonight’s radio show, we talk about our recent strip poker competitions and our upcoming rematch, we talk about our recent Battle of the Sexes trivia competition we talk about our New Year’s Eve plans with our band, Vintage, and we talk about some new projects with Vintage! And there’s much, much more!  Including talking... »

Cheap Trick at Memphis Botanic Garden – Live at the Garden Concert Series

By Louis Magnifico

Rock legends Cheap Trick closed the 10th year of the Live at the Garden concert series at Memphis Botanic Garden with an energetic and flawless performance.  The Traveling Twosome were there covering the event and photographing the outdoor show. Cheap Trick, arguably the greatest live act in rock history, has been touring almost constantly... »

Rain – A Tribute to the Beatles – Live at The Orpheum in Memphis

By Louis Magnifico

Rain – A Tribute to The Beatles performed live at the Orpheum Theater in Memphis, TN on January 16 and 17, 2010.  Char and I went on a double date to the concert and absolutely loved the show.  Rather than simply performing a concert, Rain’s performance is more a multimedia presentation of The Beatles... »

Cheap Trick Covers Sgt. Pepper – Live in Concert

By Louis Magnifico

Arguably the greatest rock album of all time, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles, was never performed live, being released after the Beatles had made the decision to stop touring and become strictly a writing and recording band.  Heavily produced and featuring full orchestration, the album would prove to be too... »