Even though they are a cover band, Foxes and Fossils’ performances are fresh and delightful. While faithful to the originals, they are not slavish imitations.
This small jewel of a show has been a Bronx-based treasure for the last seven years, but now, “thanks” to COVID-19, it is available to anyone, anywhere in the world.
The event is not merely a celebration of the Cabot’s centennial; in 2020, it’s an act of defiance.
At his best, Matthew Schultz’s abilities as a writer transcend the small, tight canvasses he has prepared for himself.
Working Man does an excellent job dramatizing the poverty and desperation of people who live paycheck to paycheck.
All in all, this album a pretty easy recommendation for those who like Al Di Meola and/or the Beatles.
Adam Sherman, Cambridge-based musician, voice teacher, and vocal coach never went away.
Michael Kiwanuka blends singer/songwriter with funk and soul, the energy of Afro-pop with the intensity of psych and prog.
Neil Peart was a thinking man’s octopus behind a massive drum and percussion kit that he played with blazing speed and peerless precision.
Two recent biographies take very different approaches as they revel in the wild lives and examine the distinctive songs of two of rock music’s most enigmatic figures: Lou Reed and Warren Zevon.