Blondie & Garbage at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts by Michael Martinez

The Rage and Rapture Tour July 29, 2017   The pairing of punk / new wave innovators Blondie with power pop / alt-rock masters Garbage for the Rage and Rapture Tour seemed like the perfect concert for someone who at different times in their lives has had crushes on the singers in both groups. I […]

ASIAN ARTIST PERFORMING AT AN INTERNATIONAL LEVEL by Nick Christophers

It is without a doubt performer/designer Princess Long Long is a legend in the making. She has made amazing strides, not only with her exquisite voice but with her fashion sense. Since her debut at the Royal Italy’s Carnival Fashion Presentation in 2016 where she won first prize she has been unstoppable. Only recently did […]

THE BEAST UNLEASHED-DRUMMER LIBERTY DEVITTO By Sandra Castillo

…and on the eighth day, the rafters of Heaven opened up to shake loose the thunder which came to this Earth as the back beat of Rock N’ Roll. One cannot assume that music, with all its glorious, unpredictable fury, is always safe in the hands of the one who pounds away on an instrument […]

Ben Rosenblum’s Debut Record Instead A Review by Fred Stal

Ben Rosenblum’s debut album Instead is a work that was years in the making. The young pianist has played in violinist Ben Sutin’s acclaimed jazz/klezmer group Klazz-Ma-Tazz for several years now since their inception. Rosenblum’s versatility as a musician has helped shape his unique style and this record reflects his unique training in various subgenres […]

LEON BRIDGES-A SOUL COMES HOME By Sandra Castillo

The anticipation is slowly mounting as the performer readies himself for the big event. The air is filled with the kind of electrical charge reserved only for those who know as soon as he steps out on that stage into the white-hot spotlight, he’s got to be ready to hit the ground running. Tonight, he […]

STEPH JOHNSON GETS INTO HER GROOVE By Sandra Castillo

Woman, you shine like a diamond/The illumination of your beauty is as bright as a million stars/And when you part your lips to sing/Your voice is an arrow that shoots straight for the heart/Keep on movin,’ keep on groovin,’/Because the world needs more of what you’ve got/Time is most definitely on your side/You have survived […]

MULTI-TALENTED AMERICANA BAND ROCKS THE BITTER END by Nick Christophers

As I sat there in the spacious loft of the renovated Brooklyn firehouse, I was blown away by the sounds that emanated from the seven-piece band in front of me. They took me on a nostalgic ride to the time when words and music meant something. As one of the lead singers, Dante DeLemos, belted […]

Bob Weir @ Kings Theatre – A Concert Review by Fred Stal

Album Cover credit- Chloe Weir October 15th 2016 Brooklyn Concert On the heels of just having released his first album of all original material in over 30 years, Bob Weir played a remarkable concert for fans this past Saturday night at the breathtaking Brooklyn concert venue Kings Theatre. Blue Mountain is not only original and […]

THE VISITOR HAS ARRIVED…THE SAGA OF ROCK PROVOCATEUR DALEA By Sandra Castillo

The constellation is filled with an infinite host of celestial bodies, their illumination awakening the darkness in a blanket of stars. As the otherworldly traveler crisscrosses the interplanetary providence, surrounded in its blinding, white light, she bravely sets out on the million-mile journey to reach her destination. Upon Earth’s entry, she descends, valiantly touches down, […]

Britta Phillips in Concert @ Le Poisson Rouge 9/28/16 Review by Fred Stal

Britta Phillips — the multi-talented bassist for the band Luna played a stellar show last week at the NYC staple Le Poisson Rouge, to support the release of her solo record Luck or Magic. Backed by her husband Dean Wareham and members of Luna, the show allowed Dean’s better half to shine and deliver a […]

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