All posts tagged "news"
Robot Garden Delivers Big Rock Sound on Debut Album
In this time of shortened attention spans, every once in a while something comes along to make you take notice. In this time of cookie cutter bands with formulaic pop songs, every now and then there comes...
- Posted September 29, 2015
Seeing Stuff with Photographer Henry Diltz
Some storytellers communicate with their words, others through their music. Henry Diltz tells a story by capturing the fleeting dance of what his eye sees as his finger presses the shutter button on his camera. A moment...
- Posted August 18, 2015
Making Rumours with Ken Caillat
#FleetwoodMac MAKING RUMOURS Twelve days after he first heard of Fleetwood Mac, Ken Caillat was driving from LA to the Record Plant in Sausalito to engineer and eventually co-produce what would become one of the top selling...
- Posted July 21, 2015
Little River Band @ Bergen PAC, Englewood NJ
The evening’s weather forecast was at the very least, ominous. Severe thunderstorms would be passing through close to showtime, and again at the end of the show. Most of us were lucky, having beaten the raindrops into...
- Posted July 13, 2015
Leaders In The Clubhouse Debut Album “Won” Reviewed
Late last year, Spud Davenport and Charlie Recksieck got together in San Diego and started creating fun music filled with satire and written with a “jaundiced eye.” It resulted in the formation of a band called Leaders...
- Posted July 7, 2015
Gary U.S. Bonds Birthday Bash at B.B. Kings NYC
The night was billed as Gary U.S. Bonds with Special Guests, and it was a celebration of Gary’s 76th birthday. This was his seventh B.B. King’s birthday party and it didn’t matter who the guests would be,...
- Posted June 18, 2015
Somebody’s Darling @ Hill Country NYC
While the voice of Amber Farris started off the night somewhat smooth and reserved, carefully waiting for Wade Cofer to get his bass pounding, soon enough Somebody’s Darling was ready to bring on the heat. Opening the show...
- Posted June 9, 2015
Jutaun Releases Thought-Provoking New Video “Who Am I”
“Who am I to judge?” “Who Am I,” a video from New Jersey based Jutaun, asks that question throughout an artfully edited video which makes you take a hard look at your individual biases and ingrained expectations....
- Posted May 18, 2015
Losing Another Legend: B.B. King Dies at 89
“There are so many sounds I still want to make, so many things I haven’t yet done.” __B.B. King He was born Riley, established his legend as the Blues Boy, and earned the love and respect of...
- Posted May 15, 2015
Scruffy City Film and Music Festival Highlights
The votes have been tallied and the awards presented. The Scruffy City Film & Music Festival has closed shop for another year, but even as we look back at the highlights of this year, work has already...
- Posted May 14, 2015