Elvis Costello loves to visit various regions of the past but wouldn’t dare move to any of them permanently.
Rock Concert Review: Elvis Costello and Nick Lowe — The Rewards and Hazards of Reinterpretation
Age certainly wasn’t an issue in terms of energy. Elvis Costello played for a solid two hours with barely a break, running through four decades of music with a heavy emphasis on the old favorites.
Rock Album Review: Elvis Costello’s “The Boy Named If” — Sly and Mischievous As Ever
For all his verbal ingenuity, rousing chord progressions, and cynical smartass wit, Elvis Costello’s always tucked a raw, beating heart beneath his jaunty shades and devil-may-care grin.
Rock Concert Review: Elvis Costello and Blondie — Fun, with Some Surprising Edge
What could have simply passed for a nostalgic classic-rock spin turned out to be an expansive smorgasbord, frustratingly uneven at times, yet given to flashes of fervor and surprise.
Rock Preview: A Salute to the New Wave That Followed on the Heels of the First Wave
Dino Cattaneo saw an opportunity to mark another ruby anniversary with the help of “killer” – his word of choice – local artists.