Veteran guitarist Jimmy Herring and the 5 of 7 play groove-heavy tunes that barrel into unexpected and interesting places.
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With a powerful partnership, the possibilities for Hot Tuna, it seems, are endless.
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The most accurate name for this summer’s Steve Miller/Marty Stuart tour would be “When Two Music Geeks Collide.”
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Drummer Nick Mason and his four non-Floyd bandmates turned Boston’s Orpheum Theater into a psychedelic palace.
The Flesh Eaters have returned with renewed vitality, after it hit some troughs and sputtered to a near stop.
This studio outing emphasizes superb ensemble playing; the result in a beguiling album in which just about every note shines.