Nashville rockers Bully have dropped a top-notch single and B-side covering fellow Sub Popers Nirvana and Orville Peck. Well, not exactly the band Bully but more specifically singer Alicia Bognanno. Sheltering in place, Bognanno decided to get busy and record a couple of favorites, playing all instruments on each […]
As a longtime fan of The Police, the creation of this playlist was inevitable. The trio formed in 1977 and had much success garnering eight Grammy nominations with five wins. Two of those were for Best Rock Instrumental Performance: “Reggatta De Blanc” (from Reggatta De Blanc, 1980) and […]
The Coronavirus, or COVID-19, has brought the world to its knees. As of this writing, there is not a vaccine and people continue to contract and die from it. Sadly, there is a movement to re-open the country and the president, along with most Republican governors, are answering […]
Una Walkenhorst is not one to keep things to herself. That has never been more evident than on her new EP Woman of the Year. Una shares intimate narratives she has ostensibly fought and conquered. Personal experiences have inspired her to become an activist with sexual assault and […]
Subtitled, “A Power-Popera,” the selected songs on Get Gos visit virtually every musical galaxy within reach.
Dan Deacon with Ed Schrader’s Music Beat and Richard Devine at the Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, February 28, 2020 Dan Deacon brought his Mystic Familiar tour through Atlanta. Label mates on Carpark Records, Deacon and Schrader have shared the road on this tour soon to be cut short […]
Brandon Santini at Gypsy Rose in Roswell, February 20, 2020
Sting’s eldest, Joe Sumner, busts out a new band and a new sound.
Patterson Hood at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, December 10, 2019 On the heels of Hood’s Drive-By Truckers 12th studio release The Unraveling, he has squeezed in a few solo performances before the holidays hit. It’s no secret that Hood wears his political heart on his sleeve and it […]
The Rainmakers with Una Walkenhorst at the recordBar in Kansas City, November 29, 2019