September started off good last week, but man oh man – it is blowing us away this time around as we have a handful of shows to talk about and share with you that are can’t misses. East coast rockers Bayside have a new album out and with that they’re coming through both LA and the OC but we’re concerned with the show down in Santa Ana because we love the set up of The Observatory. After they play there, Drake and Future will kick off a few days in Downtown LA at Staples Center with Roy Wood$ and Dvsn. If you don’t catch them this week, they’ll be back around at The Forum at the end of the month. From the MTV generation to a coupld ot acts that owned the 90’s, Counting Crows and Matchbox Twenty’s Rob Thomas have been on the road all summer together and they’re finally coming to town. In case you’re wondering, Thomas does pull out some of his band’s songs even though this is a solo run. Speaking of the 90’s, Eve 6 will be at the Troubadour, and a couple days later we’ll bring it back with a very special, intimate Panic! at the Disco show at the Grammy Museum where Brendon Urie will not only be performing acoustic but also sit down for a conversation with Vice President of the GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares, Scott Goldman.