An estimated crowd of 50,000 barbecued enthusiasts
converged on the infield of Daytona’s World-Famous International Speedway for a three-day celebration of “Great American Music.”
The Mission (Alpha Dog 2T / UMe). Review by Christopher Long.
Former Gathering Field singer Bill Deasy tells Andrew Ellis about his new solo career, the frustrations involved with landing a record deal and why as a consequence, he’s going his own way.
The Breakthrough gangs takes us back to the early ’90’s in this excellent evening of Broadway tunes.
Good Good Man (Disismye Music). Review by James Mann.
The New Wrong Way. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Fine Line (Columbia Records). Review by Christopher Long.
John Wesley Powell lost an arm in the war, but still runs the Colorado river from Wyoming to Nevada with an all-female cast.
Closer. Review by Stacey Zering.
Chekov’s tale of family disintegration reappears in the late 20th century.
Take It Easy (Sign Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Henry the Second nears the end of his life, and he sets his sons against one another for the crown.
Orlando’s greatest pianist breaks the comedic wall with this cabaret featuring actual Doctor Demento Hits.