On September 28th, classic albums by Living Colour and Mike Doughty are being released on limited edition green vinyl as part of the Mindful Vinyl initiative for mental health awareness. A portion of the proceeds from
[rating=8.00] Sam Beam has been one of the most consistent performing artists in recent memory. From the fledgling days of Iron & Wine, his humble and honest approach to music
[rating=8.00] Think back to the great female singers who could meld R&B, blues, pop, and jazz into one coherent statement and likely the names Nina Simone, Roberta Flack and Nora
November 5, 2018 would have been Charles Bradley’s 70th birthday. In celebration of his extraordinary life, Daptone imprint Dunham Records will release his fourth and final album on November 9.
Pearl Jam kicked off the final of their two Fenway Park shows Sunday night (9/2) and while the historic home of the Red Sox may not be the most comfortable
Stephen Chopek is a busy guy. Since releasing his debut album, See Through, back in 2012, he has managed to follow with 3 EPs and a full length album, Things
[rating=8.00] Five years in, St. Paul & The Broken Bones have just released their third album, with each thematically different from the other. While 2016’s acclaimed Sea of Noise stamped them
[rating=7.00] Even his name sounds like he’s from a couple of centuries ago. His gravelly, well-worn voice fits the part too. And, so does the cover art for that matter.
On Friday, August 31, YES fans gathered and packed into Phoenix’s Celebrity Theatre the well-known local “In The Round” venue that was built in 1963 only a few years before
In the latest Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle offers his illustrated commentary on First World Blues, the new album from rock and soul troubadour Benjamin Jason Douglas, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for