- Music Reviews
- September 11, 2020
Ice Age (Riding Easy Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Renowned violinist Gregory Harrington unveils how he chose elegant covers on his new album Without You.
Forced isolation, too much coffee and a stack of records result in a batch of attention deficit record reviews.
While in self isolation, I finally got around to reading Florida Soul: From Ray Charles to KC and the Sunshine Band.
George Mitchell of Fishbelly Black on weaving funk, jazz, and hip-hop.
Sweet Crude’s tour ended abruptly at the Crowbar in Ybor City, Florida. The tour to drum up interest in their upcoming major label debut was cut short by the Covid-19 pandemic. Bob Pomeroy was at that show.
Georgia alt rockers Collective Soul wowed the crowd including Michelle Wilson at the Busch Gardens Food & Wine Festival Series 2020 opener.
Devyn Rush talks her influences and style and her new EP with Stacey Zering.
Tommy Emmanuel with opener Ida Mae thrilled Central Florida with an astounding acoustic performance. Michelle Wilson loved every minute of it.
Joe Bonamassa and his mighty blues ensemble rolled into Clearwater, Florida for two nights of contemporary blues at its finest. Michelle Wilson caught Evening One of this towering blues extravaganza.
Yacht Rock Revue’s “Hot Dads In Tight Jeans” Tour rolled into Central Florida and wowed the sold-out crowd with their tribute to ’70s and ’80s light rock hits. Michelle Wilson was there and loved every minute!
One families indifference and abandonment gave America its greatest failure. Mary Trump explains how.
In rural England, a cranky woman bonds with and evacuee boy and uncovers a strange connection to her past.
These geniuses of early comedy finally get the presentation they are due in this Blu-ray edition.
Former Genesis guitarist, Steve Hackett shares his life story in his story in an engaging and honest memoir. Reading his story feels like hanging out with a friend who’s interested in sharing how he felt living these experiences.
When you’re in 8th grade, sneaking into a bar is way cooler than it is when you’re 40.
A pregnant woman finds a home in Casablanca.
Cecilia Aldarondo takes a look at Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.
Teruo Ishii’s classic of pinky violence has new life on Blu-ray.
Newly restored, this British dream horror has never looked better.
Illustrators and artists reimagine famous works of literature as one panel cartoons.
Bus flu and pesky amateur photogs can’t keep The Pretenders from rocking the Taft Theatre on their first extensive headlining tour since 2003. Sean Slone keeps tally.
Nonsense Parade (Mackadoshis). Review by Steve Stav.
Ruined It For You (Narnack Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
40 years past the original, Heartworn Highways Revisited captures the next round of Outlaw country.
Scott Adams finds George Romero’s mixed-media love letter to the groundbreaking horror film, Night of the Living Dead to be worth a look.
Kuutarha (Locust). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Sevendust is taking it to the “Next” level — Kelley Simms journeys through four hours and four other bands to witness.
Handbook For The Apocalypse (Wide Hive). Review by Stein Haukland.
Strays in the Cut (Noble Steed Music). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Wilco’s February 20 performance eclipsed the Moon’s. Chris Catania caught them at the Riviera, under a sky blue hometown sky.
Amaterasu (Hidden Agenda). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Ancient Future (Metal Blade). Review by George Jegadesh
Irreversible Trend (Radical). Review by Troy Jewell.
The Rodeo Eroded (Rope-A-Dope). Review by Prudence McFort .
Good Views, Bad News (SideOneDummy). Review by Jen Cray.
Apparently there was another new film at the box office this weekend besides Spider-Man. Who knew? Ben Varkentine takes a look at Woody Allen’s Hollywood Ending.
Little Lights (Compass). Review by Dave Aftandilian.
LPII (Adeline). Review by Rob Levy.
Here and Now. Review by Stacey Zering.