All posts tagged "Bob Dylan"
Leon Russell, HeadLines The Great Big Gig In The Sky
ARTICLE VIEWS: 1,123 Leon Russell was an artist my mom played a lot when I was a kid. I paid attention and perked my ears up because a Leon Russell song could make her cry. Today, “A Song...
- Posted November 13, 2016
Bob Dylan; Nobel Laureate.
ARTICLE VIEWS: 1,128 Bob Dylan; Singer/Songwriter, Poet, Nobel Laureate. Bob Dylan is the poet laureate of the 60’s generation. Free thinking, intelligent, complicated, yet simple at the same time. Dylan has been angry, tender, and poetic, as well as...
- Posted October 13, 2016
Face Of The Future: The Midnight Moan
ARTICLE VIEWS: 80 The Midnight Moan get me excited, their sound is a solid example that all has not gone wrong in New York. The reverb laden hipsters and scuzzed-out Brooklyn purists may be the figure head...
- Posted January 27, 2014
The 10 Best Albums Of 2013 – #7 Death Grips – Government Plates
ARTICLE VIEWS: 40 OnStage Magazine Presents: The 10 Best Albums Of 2013 #7 Death Grips – Government Plates I’ve spent the last two years on constant vigil for any and all things Death Grips related...
- Posted December 27, 2013
A Texas Tribute To Lou Reed
ARTICLE VIEWS: 29 STUCK, “an independent, non-profit production company working to forge a link between the Texas underground music scene and the creative community” has taken our loss of the greatly important Lou Reed and turned it...
- Posted December 23, 2013
Joni Mitchell’s Skewed Perception of Bob Dylan
ARTICLE VIEWS: 966,263 “All I can do is be me, whoever that is.” (Bob Dylan) Joni Mitchell is the only confessional singer/songwriter besides Jackson Browne who can break through my protective barrier of musical cynicism and make me...
- Posted June 14, 2013