This edition of Wheels of Soul works just fine as a display of post-Allman Brothers Band/post-Lynyrd Skynyrd/ post-Tom Petty musical sensibilities shaped in the South.
The best festivals, like Disc Jam, build and deliver music-fueled experiences.
“I’m happy with where I am in my career. I know what I want to do and can do it. I just enjoy it.”
On the occasions that Bob Weir and Phil Lesh performed as a legitimate duo the concert attained some of its more transcendent peaks.
Here we are more than a year into the tumultuous Trump era, and we have not seen a revival of angry punk or righteous folk.
“The acoustic duo shows are on the edge. It’s stripped pretty naked. It’s as if we were just playing in your living room.”
Filmmaker Salvo Cuccia packs a lot into this tightly framed 2014 documentary on Frank Zappa.
Even though Wormwood’s sound is thick and lumbering, the band is actually pretty nimble.
Saxon and UFO may not be ‘forever young,’ but their spirits have yet to grow old.
The Wood Brothers are giving Massachusetts audiences plenty of opportunities to catch them live.