Joe Lynn Turner at Highline Ballroom Sat. Dec. 26th

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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, […]

Steely Dan and Steve Winwood – Concert review by Michael Martinez

Performance: Bethel Woods Center for the Arts July 9, 2016 Photo by Michael Bloom courtesy of Bethel Woods Center for the Arts

CRYSTAL TALIEFERO-A ROCK AND ROLL LEGEND FOR THE AGES By Sandra Castillo

She is poetry-in-motion, fluid, dexterous and equipped with enough fire power in those well-sculpted arms and hands to knock a baseball right out of Yankee Stadium into the next century. And, yet, the woman with enough talent, fortitude to fill that same stadium to overflowing is one of the most gracious, humble people on this […]

Dead & Company A Concert Review by Fred Stal

Citi Field 6/26/16 The latest incarnation of the legendary Grateful Dead, called Dead and Company, delighted an exuberant crowd this past Sunday night at Citi Field. The band consists of original members Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Heart. The band also includes Jeff Chimenti on keys, the always-smiling Oteil Burbridge on bass guitar, and […]

THE SCREAMING EAGLE OF SOUL HAS LANDED-THIS IS CHARLES BRADLEY By Sandra Castillo

The camera will never lie. It can only expose the truth, the raw, visceral range of emotional latitude which reveals what one needs to see in order to understand what is going on just beneath the core surface of the one inhabiting those feelings. With so much emotion bared and exposed across the beautiful, deeply-lined […]

MUSIC BOX ROCKS SAN DIEGO BY WAY OF LITTLE ITALY By Sandra Castillo

  They say that all good things must come to an end, but when the popular venue, Anthology, abruptly closed its doors for good in January, 2013, a shock wave of disbelief swept through the music community of San Diego. Located on the fringe of downtown, in a section of the city known as Little […]

American Psycho – The Musical A review by Fred Stal

Now @ The Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre 236 West 45th Street, New York, New York A bloodbath musical, who would have thought it? While I did expect more blood and murder, like in the original Bret Easton Ellis book that this production is based on, American Psycho – The Musical, directed by Rupert Goold, did stay […]

THIS IS ANDRA DAY By Sandra Castillo

    There is a photograph of Stevie Wonder featured in a promo shot for an Apple holiday commercial, which aired last December. The expression on his face is jubilant, as he is looking in the direction of the one, whose dulcet, simmering voice fills up the room. Wonder’s emotional response to what he is […]

ALEXA RAY JOEL By Sandra Castillo

She is an enchantress, a modern day Renaissance woman, whose kindred spirit is akin to another 20th-century master of the pen and stage. When singer Alexa Ray Joel follows the muse of her own inner court-and-spark, she is reminiscent of the golden-haired gypsy who wraps herself in lace and chiffon. Though different in their artistic […]

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