The guy who once seemed dangerous and mysterious as frontman for Jane’s Addiction proved earnestly accessible to fans.
As a capella singers, they have taken their musical ministry — and its repertoire of 500 songs — to streets, subway stations, picnics, community clean-ups, and anywhere else they might find an audience who appreciated a musical message.
This month focuses on contemporary country-rap. It’s high time we take note of a fledgling genre on the verge of mass popularity.
The music Nick Waterhouse performs (almost all of which he writes) is consistently retro—not to mention relentlessly danceable and fun.
“Forgiveness is the key and love is the answer… Have a good Jazz Fest, but also have a good life.”
Drummer Nick Mason and his four non-Floyd bandmates turned Boston’s Orpheum Theater into a psychedelic palace.
Dino Cattaneo saw an opportunity to mark another ruby anniversary with the help of “killer” – his word of choice – local artists.
Hal Blaine contributed so much to such a large number of rock and pop’s greatest hits, that his music will continue to be heard and appreciated for as long as there are radios.
“You don’t really know how to perform bluegrass until you interact with others.”
River Music will satisfy the slightly adventurous listener as few other records I heard last year.