Motorhead / Reverend Horton Heat / Nashville Pussy @ House of Blues

ATLANTIC CITY—Other than The Ramones and AC/DC few bands have been able to get away with essentially releasing the same record year after year. Motorhead have built a legion of fans over their 30+ year history by doing just that—not changing a damn thing. Their take-no-prisoners blitzkrieg is what has …

by   |  10/14/2009  |  Comments Off on Motorhead / Reverend Horton Heat / Nashville Pussy @ House of Blues

Hall & Oates: Never Say Never

Whether you initially fell victim to the warm ‘70s blue-eyed soul of “Rich Girl” or the infectious smooth ‘80s electro R&B of “I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do),” most pop music fans have had one of Hall & Oates’ hit songs lodged deep in their cranium at any …

by   |  07/31/2009  |  Comments Off on Hall & Oates: Never Say Never

Interview with Christian Mazzalai of Phoenix: Becoming Iconic

True mavericks in the world of modern pop music, France’s Phoenix have created their own style and sound over the last decade without burning out or selling out. On the contrary, with their fourth and most transcendent work to date, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, these Frenchmen have only become finer at …

by   |  06/17/2009  |  Comments (1)

Turn It On Again @ Tribeca PAC

Three years before “Sussudio” would saturate the FM airwaves, Genesis were at their commercial peak riding high with the success of such classic albums Duke, Abacab, and Three Sides Live. Now leave it up to a group of French Canadians to resurrect the entire set list from Three

by   |  05/21/2008  |  Comments Off on Turn It On Again @ Tribeca PAC

James Gang: Interview with Joe Walsh

Long before he was known as the life of the party (on and off-stage) with his gonzo guitar-slinger persona as a solo artist and with The Eagles (permanently making his mark with such FM rock classics as “Hotel California,” “Life In The Fast Lane,” “In The City,” and “Life’s Been …

by   |  08/16/2006  |  Comments Off on James Gang: Interview with Joe Walsh

Moogfest @ BB King’s

NEW YORK, NY—B.B. King’s once again played host to Moogfest the annual festival that honors the inventor and godfather of electronic music Robert Moog (1937-2005) and the revolutionary analog synthesizer that bears his name. This year’s lineup included prog rock legend Keith Emerson, jazz-rock legend Jan Hammer, Mahavishnu Project, Roger …

by   |  07/19/2006  |  Comments Off on Moogfest @ BB King’s

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