All posts tagged "Americana"
Kevin West Tells ‘Story Of My Life’ in New EP
Kevin West has been making music for a long time. His musical and life journey took him from San Diego to New Jersey to South Carolina and back to California. Now based out of LA, he recorded...
- Posted May 30, 2019
Geoff Gibbons Releases Buffalo Hotel. Check In, You Won’t Check Out
Remember way back in the day, back when you and your friends might pack into a car and head off…destination unknown. If you called shotgun, one of your responsibilities was taking care of the music. A prerequisite...
- Posted December 11, 2017
Afterlife Revival is ‘Rich In Love,’ Music and Art
The Afterlife Revival lesson for today is: When the crow speaks, listen. Evan B. Harris had one hell of journey on the road to growing up. Abandoned by his father at an early age, Evan and his...
- Posted July 24, 2017
Justin Allen and the Well Shots Debut With ‘White Oak and Kerosene’ – Review
Justin Allen and the Well Shots release White Oak & Kerosene The EP opens with “Hard Luck Man,” a story of well, a self-accepting hard luck man. While the song starts out with a melancholy intro...
- Posted March 10, 2017
The Grand Undoing Releasing ‘Sparks Rain Down from the Lights of Love’
According to his bio, Seth Goodman has two passions in life. The first is “creating post-rock Americana confronting alienation and mortality.” The second one is drinking sparkling wine. After listening to Sparks Rain Down from the Lights...
- Posted August 23, 2016
An Evening With Americana Singer-Songwriter Tokyo Rosenthal
Even though it was, as Americana singer-songwriter Tokyo Rosenthal pointed out, a school night, the crowd at The Turning Point in Piermont, New York did not seem to care one bit. The Turning Point sits a stone’s...
- Posted April 7, 2016
Window To Nowhere by Andre Chrys – Reviewed
Andre Chrys is a Roots-Americana singer-songwriter out of Vancouver. Over his career, he has put in plenty of hard time by way of playing with bands and in clubs back and forth across Canada. It’s a good...
- Posted November 10, 2015
Americana’s Billy Block Dies
He threw down the soil where the seeds of a fresh musical genre grew into what we now know as Americana. Billy Block died yesterday, and for the next week or so the impact he had on...
- Posted March 12, 2015
John Mellencamp, Plain Spoken – Review 1
Reflection is a funny thing. Looking back tends to open up different perspectives of your life. One hopes that for the most part those perspectives show you have touched lives in good ways, and in turn your...
- Posted September 30, 2014
Interview with Americana Artist Tokyo Rosenthal
“I’ve had an amazing amount of luck even to be able to do this for the past eight years that I’ve been doing it. While the Grammy thing would be incredible, it’s not the end of the...
- Posted November 3, 2013