- Music Reviews
- August 19, 2019
Bully Pulpit. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Thelma & the Sleaze wowed the crowd at Will’s Pub!
New Hope Chateau. Review by James Mann.
Ms. Etheridge is all-out solo in Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania. May Terry forgoes the Mount Airy Casino slots and blackjack tables to rock out at the great summerstage performance.
Pleasure to Meet You (Pocket Kid Records). Review by Jen Cray.
The ear-shattering beauty and wildly colorful spectacle of Muse overtakes Orlando, and Jen Cray.
The House of Mercy (House of Mercy Records). Review by James Mann.
Dead Sara (Pocket Kid / Fontana Universal). Review by Jen Cray.
Lady Gaga brings her Monster Ball Tour and the songs we all love to pretend we don’t love to a sold-out Orlando crowd. Even Jen Cray can’t help but dance.
Belgrade rocker Ana Popovic storms a castle in Italy.
For those in need of a concert that’s a little more theatrical than most, there’s Meat Loaf, served up with a side of Pearl. Jen Cray caught the Orlando date of the legendary rocker’s Hang Cool Teddy Bear Tour.
These days Juliette Lewis is more a musician who makes movies when she’s not touring than an actress who dabbles as a rockstar. Anyone who has seen her live show, as Jen Cray has, can attest to the validity of the stake she’s claimed on rock ‘n’ roll.
Roger Pike’s TV documentary investigates the deaths of famous celebrities, including Nicole Brown Simpson, Janis Joplin, Keith Moon, and Gianni Versace, among others. Carl F Gauze can’t stop staring.
Another inside Tell All about the Rolling Stones, the Grateful Dead, and the deadly Altamont Concert told by road manager Sam Cutler.
Jeff Schweers buries this morbid, creepy, gag-inducing yet glossy coffee table tome about dead rock stars, where they died, and their final resting places.
Y Not (Hip-O/UMe Records). Review by Matt Parish.
Let’s Build A Roof (K-Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
This expanded edition of Elliot Landy’s rock photography collection Woodstock Vision has Matthew Moyer thinking of heading up north to chop firewood with Garth Hudson.
This is Somewhere (Hollywood). Review by Chris Catania.
Lucinda Williams may very well be one of the great American songwriters, but — as Jen Cray discovered — being an amazing artist doesn’t always promise an awe-inspiring live show.