Paul Roy is a system administrator by day and amateur music DVD critic by night. When not attending as many live concerts as he possibly can, Paul likes nothing more than to kick back with a good concert DVD and rattle some walls. Paul also publishes his own review site, concertdvdreviews.com.
The Mike Keneally Band cooks up a storm at the Baked Potato night club in L.A.
Slash returns to his boyhood home of Stoke-On-Trent, England to record his first live concert video.
80's hair-metal icons, Europe, show off their fresh new sound with an excellent new concert video.
Rush top off another successful world tour with one of their best concert videos to date.
Black Country Communion cap a whirlwind first year together with an excellent new live concert Blu-ray and DVD.
Gary Moore returns to his rock roots for what was, unfortunately, his last Montreux Jazz Festival performance.
Bootleg quality video makes this classic Whitesnake concert video better heard than seen.
AC/DC's Black Ice World Tour is captured in all its glory on Live At River Plate.
Shinedown give their fans plenty to keep them busy until the next album with this 2CD/2DVD live set.
With two sold out shows, Billy Joel and friends say farewell to historic Shea Stadium.