- Music Reviews
- May 26, 2020
Devil’s Breath (Sign Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Precocious Dresden Dolls singer Amanda Palmer entertained faithful fans in St. Petersburg with a solo show that was as bewitching as it was uneven, not that Bob Pomeroy, or anyone else attending, seemed to mind.
What happens when 200 Goths descend on Tampa to jump the shark? Bob Pomeroy checks out Convergence 14 and doesn’t even have to wear black.
This Atlanta garage rock band returns to old Florida stomping grounds in preperation for a month in Europe. Frontwoman Buffi Aguero talks to Bob Pomeroy about the new CD, The Kind of Goodnight, the group’s origin and the prospects of good Polish food.
While throngs of music lovers converged on Tampa’s Ybor City for the 25th edition of WMNF’s Tropical Heatwave, a little known band from Baton Rouge proved to be one of the highlights of the night. The Eames Era come to Tampa virtually unknown and left with a cadre of converts. Bob Pomeroy was one of them.