“You never know what you are going to get each week,” at The Rock & Roll Circus show at The Kibitz Room in Canters on Sunday nights… Continue reading C’mon and Join The Show!
Igor Kogan’s LA Jazz Big Band’s live performance debut at The Blue Whale in Los Angeles. Continue reading LA’S NEW JAZZ BIG BAND DEBUTS AT THE BLUE WHALE
The Gary Herbig & Bill Spoke Quintet plays The Lighthouse Cafe. Continue reading WEST COAST JAZZ SHINES AGAIN AT THE LIGHTHOUSE CAFÉ
How “La La Land” is saving Jazz in Los Angeles. Continue reading A Modern Musical Shines Light on a West Coast Landmark
Is the future of music secure? Continue reading Music and The State of the Union
“What Happened, Miss Simone?” is Oscar’s diversity nomination. So why aren’t the most vocal about the lack thereof shouting praise for this great film?
Continue reading What Happened, Doesn’t This Film Count?
As the business of music continues to evolve it’s key to stay in tune with where it’s been. On March 13 “The Wrecking Crew” documentary film opened in theaters in LA and NYC, but it also released on, On Demand … Continue reading From the Wall of Sound to The Wrecking Crew
Second Chances If you have read a few of my blog posts you know that I have a “thing” with the Americana Music Association. Their exclusion of several types American music genres in their description of “roots” music is discrimination … Continue reading Sonic Highways
The Redemption of Sound I grew up in the ‘60s and ‘70s and music has always been my favorite thing. When I was a little kid, around six years old, my father would let me play 45rpm records he kept … Continue reading I ❤ Music, and you would too if you could hear it
Help for the Hero Many people, perhaps even the majority of people suffer emotionally with issues. If you aren’t mindful of keeping a healthy balance in your life it’s easy to fall into a depressed state. It’s certainly a conscious effort … Continue reading Compared to what?