Articles by: Leslie Michele Derrough

Imelda May Ups The Savvy & Moxie On ‘Life Love Flesh Blood’ (INTERVIEW)

Imelda May has gone through a gamut of emotions these last few years but she’d rather not talk about it. She’d prefer to sing about them. Earlier this year, upon the release of Life Love ...

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Blues/Soul Powerhouse Gina Sicilla Ups Her Game With ‘Tug of War’ (INTERVIEW)

With the release on Friday of Tug Of War, singer Gina Sicilia is upping her game. Labeled as a blues singer early on, she has continually strived to add more of the musical genres she ...

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The Rolling Stones Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America Follows The Stones Through 10 Latin Cities (DVD REVIEW)

The Rolling Stones new DVD, Ole Ole Ole!, is a behind-the-scenes documentary about the excitement and ultimate struggle to make their historic Havana, Cuba, concert in 2016 become a reality. All this was happening while ...

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Dave Davies Talks Latest LP ‘Open Road’ & Newest Musical Chapter (INTERVIEW)

“Working with my son was a delight and he made me realize a lot about myself.” For Dave Davies, who wrote a revealing warts and all autobiography about himself in 1996, that is a surprising ...

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X Hits One Eyed Jacks In New Orleans On 40th Anniversary Tour (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

“Tonight was just like the old days. It was great,” Exene Cervenka told me after X’s show in New Orleans on May 18th at One-Eyed Jacks, as she wiped sweat from her face, still glowing ...

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John Doe of X Talks 40th Anniversary Tour & LA Punk Scene (INTERVIEW)

John Doe. His name is synonymous with a letter, a city and a genre of music. Helping form the punk band X in a seedy Los Angeles forty years ago, Doe and his bandmates Exene ...

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Dawes, Trombone Shorty, Buddy Guy Highlight New Orleans Jazz Fest Sunday (FESTIVAL RECAP/PHOTOS)

On Sunday, Jazz Fest closed the book on it’s 48th year of music, food and fun. And what a good book it was. No other festival can boast music with so many flavors happening all ...

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Stevie Wonder, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Snoop Dogg Lead Saturday at New Orleans Jazz Fest (FESTIVAL RECAP/PHOTOS)

When your Artist Of The Day sets the tone for what the day will be like then you know it’s going to be hot and funky. Big Sam Williams brought his Funky Nation back to ...

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Widespread Panic, Dave & Tim, The Revivalists Heat Up New Orleans Jazz Fest Thursday & Friday (FESTIVAL RECAP/PHOTOS)

What happened on the 1st Sunday last week of Jazz Fest – wind and rain – happened again on Wednesday, the day before the 2nd weekend was to open. Just when everything was drying out, ...

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Richard Thompson Is All Integrity & Heart For Baton Rouge Manship Theatre Acoustic Performance (SHOW REVIEW)

When the legend on the stage calls himself a “folk rock dinosaur” yet still appears to be in the prime of his musical career, you wonder what kind of performance he’ll be putting on ten, ...

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