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All posts tagged "kath galasso"
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
Nils Lofgren at City Winery NYC – Review
Nil Monday night at City Winery in NYC, Nils Lofgren came to dance. He also came to play a whole lot of fine music. Nils and the band (Kevin McCormick, bass; Andy Newmark, drums; Tom Lofgren, keys;...
- Posted May 21, 2019
Nils Lofgren, ‘Blue with Lou’ – Review
Because the world needed it right now, Nils Lofgren has a new album titled Blue with Lou. Fifty years burning down the road seems like long enough to have some perspective on your life and career. Enough...
- Posted May 13, 2019
The Doobie Brothers at Englewood NJ. The Train is Running Once Again
Just getting the band back together. When you’ve had the career of The Doobie Brothers, a little tune-up is all that’s necessary to get the band ready for a summer tour sharing the bill with Santana. That...
- Posted April 11, 2019
The Camino Side Project Releases ‘of movement and music’
The Camino Side Project or How Memories of a Lifetime Become an Alternative Rock Album. A life journey can take you to places you’ve never been or it can bring you back to where it all began....
- Posted February 26, 2019
Lord Sonny the Unifier Releases “The Starman,” New Single/Video
In advance of their upcoming debut album Final Notice, Lord Sonny the Unifier has released their new single, along with a video that will make you think about the world we live in. The Brooklyn-based band features...
- Posted February 25, 2019
Rich Lerner and The Groove, “Jammin’ with Juma”
Rich Lerner and The Groove can be considered a journeyman band and there ain’t nothing wrong with that. After nearly three decades of playing their own music and covering almost everyone else’s, they’re back to doing what...
- Posted February 23, 2019
Ashley Wilson Finds Time To “Paint The Sky”
Winter blues got you? If you’re longing for days that are bright and warm, maybe a little new music from Ashley Wilson will help ease your way through the cold and dark of this season. Ashley Wilson...
- Posted February 12, 2019
A Decade Later, BRAVE Release the calm | the storm
The metaphors surrounding the title of Washington D.C. based prog rock band BRAVE’s new release reach outside the boundary of curious. Its title the calm | the storm not only references the leaping between electric and acoustic...
- Posted February 5, 2019
Peter Senior ‘On the Edge’ – Reviewed
Peter Senior is a singer-songwriter from Sydney, whose debut release On the Edge features a full plate of songs having big sound, big production and a big impact. But then he’s from Australia…it’s a big country. After...
- Posted January 28, 2019