ANOTHER HISTORICAL PRESENTATION BY ZHIHUA HU by Nick Christophers

Zihua Hu has shown some impressive strides in her musical journey. On March 12 at the Merkin Hall in Lincoln Center she managed to bring together a multi-cultural musical presentation that was historical. She has always thought “out of the box” when it came to presenting her musical compositions. The concert was entitled THROUGH THE […]

IN THE EYE OF THE STORM: THE CHERRY BLUESTORMS GROOVES ON, BABY! By Sandra Castillo

After listening to the latest gem on extended replay from L.A.-based band The Cherry Bluestorms, it gave this writer great satisfaction in knowing that truly relevant music has never waned. It just seems that-for what feels like an eternity-the deluge of nonsense ascribed for much of today’s recorded output is nothing more than Auto-tuned piffle, […]

ROCK AND ROLL RENEGADE…STEVEN VAN ZANDT TAKES CENTER STAGE By Sandra Castillo

Steven Van Zandt certainly runs off something other than an innate lust for Rock and Roll. For the one who holds the dubious titles of musician, songwriter, producer, actor, radio show host and activist is also rocking the scene at the speed-of-sound as the front man in Little Steven and The Disciples of Soul, a […]

Ben Rosenblum Coastal Trio Live: Jazz at Kitano -A Concert Review by Fred Stal

Jazz pianist Ben Rosenblum delivered an inspired, heartfelt performance at the famous Jazz at Kitano club on November 10, 2018.   The live performance was a record release party for his new album, River City, off of One Trick Dog records.  Rosenblum is young and very new to the jazz scene, yet already an award […]

CHARU SURI – AN ARTIST WITH MUSIC IN HER VEINS by Nick Christophers

For anyone who loves music there is nothing like hearing the perfection of a record on a turn-table. That is how Charu Suri was introduced to the beauty of music. At a very young age, her father filled the home with the sounds of Bach, Mozart and Beethoven while he was chief executive officer of […]

The Dance of Death- Directed by Jeff S. Dailey American Theatre of Actors Review by Michael Elias

  October brings out the goblins.  There is a long history of demons in Western Literature.  That tradition has additions every year and one surprising contribution is available this month at the American Theater for Actors through Sunday evening, October 28th, in The Dance of Death in a dramatization by Dr. Jeff Dailey of a 19th-century […]

FLORIDA DOCTOR OFFERING TRADITIONAL AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE IN A UNIQUE WAY ​by Nick Christophers

LINA MORGANA -SUPER STAR BORN WHO LEFT THIS UNIVERSE TOO SOON By Sandra Castillo

January 11, 1989 – October 4, 2008               A SUPER STAR WAS BORN BUT LEFT THIS UNIVERSE WAY TOO SOON…THE SHORT SEASON AND TRAGIC DEATH OF LINA MORGANA             By Sandra Castillo The only thing more radiant than her looks was the angelic voice which […]

The Art and Soul of Timothy Link By Sandra Castillo

So many of the images are enigmatic dreamscapes encapsulated in a mind’s eye succinctly focused on the ethereal, otherworldly. Whether it’s a golden-haired enchantress atop a majestic stallion, illuminated by starlight, or a sensual vampire seduced by his own insatiable hunger for immortality, the Art of Timothy Link is beholden to a chimera graced with […]

HAVANA JAM ’79-ONE WORLD UNDER A GROOVE By Sandra Castillo

(Photos courtesy Benno Friedman)                       HAVANA JAM ’79-ONE WORLD UNDER A GROOVE                                 By Sandra Castillo The year was 1979, and the relationship between America and Cuba was contentious, at best, […]

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