Previously: Part 1: The Gold LPs Part 2: The Platinum LPs Things fall apart, but the band plays on. There have been a lot of years where the competition for CD of […]
Freddie Mercury died 19 years ago today. If you’re a Baby Boomer you probably remember how you felt when John Lennon died. Freddie was my John Lennon. I finally wrote something about […]
The Cult—The House of Blues, Cleveland OH, Nov. 15, 2010
Those of us from the Carolinas know that the term “Beach Music” has nothing to do with The Beach Boys. Instead, it’s an amalgam of old dance R&B (The Drifters, The Tams, […]
The more observant among you might have noticed that I’m a fan of The Birthday Massacre. The new CD, Pins and Needles, dropped today. Just…damn.
Courtesy of comedian Tim Hawkins, today’s TunesDay is dedicated to S&R’s own rock star, who flips another year on the calendar this Saturday. He knows who he is.
Yeah, I don’t know, either. It’s fun, though. Stop whatever you’re doing and dance.
Will Knauer sits in his new living room amid stacks of boxes and plastic storage tubs. It’s late April, and he’s been moving. The new house is yellow and sits near a […]
There’s been an interesting upsurge in decidedly old-fashioned chorale-style music of late. Perhaps we should have seen it coming a few years ago with the emergence of the upbeat, multi-layered harmonies of […]
Oh. Oh dear. It’s hard to know where to start with this one. You’re just going to have to watch it for yourself. Trust me – it’s worth it. ALERT: This is […]