Tag: Better Than Ezra

The Living Room

Music Reviews

featuring E Roland and Jesse Triplett of Collective Soul (with Cheney Brannon and Shawn Grove). Review by Michelle Wilson.

Train

Music Reviews

Save Me, San Francisco (Columbia Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.

Live

Music Reviews

Live at the Paradiso - Amsterdam (Vanguard). Review by Tim Wardyn.

Stroke 9

Music Reviews

All In (Rockridge/Sixthman). Review by Andrew Ellis.

Stage

Music Reviews

Stage (Maverick). Review by Stein Haukland.

Aware

Music Reviews

Greatest Hits (Aware). Review by Stein Haukland.

Rat Race

Music Reviews

Music From the Motion Picture (Beyond). Review by Vanessa Bormann.

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What This Comedian Said Will Shock You

What This Comedian Said Will Shock You

Print Reviews

With his latest book, What This Comedian Said Will Shock You, celebrated stand-up Jedi Bill Maher “shocks” readers by doing the most outrageous, unthinkable, and socially unacceptable thing imaginable: he speaks rationally, logically, and objectively.

Gasoline Lollipops

Gasoline Lollipops

Features

Gasoline Lollipops’ newest single, “Freedom Don’t Come Easy,” is today’s mother lovin’ punk rock folk anthem.

Basket Case

Basket Case

Screen Reviews

Frank Henenlotter’s gory grindhouse classic Basket Case looks as grimy as the streets of Times Square, and that is one of the film’s greatest assets. Arrow Video gives this unlikely candidate a welcome fresh release.

Jimmy Failla

Jimmy Failla

Event Reviews

Despite the Mother’s Day factor, hundreds of fervent, faithful followers still flocked to Orlando’s famed Plaza Live to catch an earlybird set from Jimmy Failla — one of the hottest names on today’s national comedy scene.

Lonnie Walker

Lonnie Walker

Features

Ink 19 readers get an early listen and look at “Cool Sparkling Water,” a new single from Lonnie Walker.

Los Lobos

Los Lobos

Event Reviews

Jeremy Glazier has a bucket list day at a Los Lobos 50th Anniversary show in Davenport, Iowa.

Always… Patsy Cline

Always… Patsy Cline

Archikulture Digest

Carl F. Gauze reviews the not-quite one-woman show, Always… Patsy Cline, based on the true story of Cline’s friendship with Louise Seger, who met the star in l961 and corresponded with Cline until her death.