All posts tagged "kath galasso"
CAMU Releases Music, Video for ‘Empire State Of Sound’
ARTICLE VIEWS: 256 Following their second U.S. tour, the Scandinavian band NAKED disbanded, leaving front man CAMU alone in NYC with only a guitar to his name. Eight years later, CAMU is back with a story to...
- Posted October 16, 2018
Dave Bickler Flies Solo With ‘Darklight’ – The Onstage Interview
ARTICLE VIEWS: 581 Dave Bickler could be called a Survivor. Or not. The original front man for the Grammy winning 80s band has just released his long-anticipated solo album Darklight. Since his 2016 departure from his former...
- Posted October 12, 2018
Eliot Lewis: After Hall and Oates Tour, the Adventure Continues
ARTICLE VIEWS: 659 What does Eliot Lewis do for relaxation after a successful summer tour playing keyboards with Daryl Hall and John Oates? He keeps on playing. Never one to let grass grow under his feet, Eliot...
- Posted September 26, 2018
dep Releases Electronica Album ‘We Are The Lights That Will Not Go Out’ – Review
ARTICLE VIEWS: 138 Using music as a way to convey emotions is a concept as old as time. Blending lyrics and melody, a good composer is able to make you feel. Whether it’s anger or fear or...
- Posted August 21, 2018
Aretha Franklin Dead at 76. Long Live The Queen
ARTICLE VIEWS: 1,129 Though she had been singing since childhood and charted songs on the R&B lists, most of us who are old enough, will remember how Aretha Franklin exploded like a super nova in 1967 when...
- Posted August 16, 2018
Greg in Good Company Release ‘American Way’
ARTICLE VIEWS: 291 LA based Greg in Good Company has just released their first full length album, American Way. The album, whose title winks at the Superman credo of “truth, justice and the American Way,” takes a...
- Posted July 31, 2018
Austin Coleman Drops “The Change,” New Album Soon
ARTICLE VIEWS: 378 Sometimes coming home is just a matter of moving somewhere else. Austin Coleman is a singer-songwriter from western North Carolina who took off his boots in Atlanta and found the Georgia dirt fed his...
- Posted July 23, 2018
In the Light of Led Zeppelin, Pompeii Sessions Reviewed
ARTICLE VIEWS: 545 Tribute bands are in a class all to themselves. Within that class some bands go for the whole look as well as feel of the original band. The other type goes more for capturing...
- Posted June 5, 2018
Strange Culprits Debut Release Is Not Strange At All
ARTICLE VIEWS: 245 Once upon a time, somewhere in the Bay area, Jason Buckingham needed to find a bass player for his new band. As fate would have it, his multi-instrumentalist wife Sami felt the need to...
- Posted May 31, 2018
Ghostly Beard Looks ‘Inward’
ARTICLE VIEWS: 269 You won’t see his face and you can’t watch him onstage. Paul Talbot, aka Ghostly Beard, has chosen to let his music take center stage as he figuratively stays behind the curtain. After a...
- Posted May 17, 2018