- Screen Reviews
- September 23, 2019
A thoughtful look into the life and music of one of the most famous saxophone players in popular music.
Dublin musicians meet, fall in love, and try to crack the big time in music.
Work place tragedy turns into publishing gold.
Art and politics collide when an ancient painting compromises refugee’s attempts to flee a war.
High-energy American Music done for an older audience at Orlando’s House of Blues.
It was a night of metal and moshing in the sold-out House of Blues, with Motörhead and Anthrax in town. Carl F Gauze elbowed his way through the madness.
Your daddy’s Country music ran away screaming tonight, and even Carl F Gauze cashed his chips in early once Hank 3 wrapped up his hellbilly set and started in on his ear-drum-challenging metal second act.
Nobody can dish the political dirt like insiders, Capitol Steps. Carl F Gauze tries to keep up with all of the costume changes.
Country, hardcore, and power punk make for an eclectic crowd and evening — still, Carl F Gauze enjoys the unique twist of Nashville Pussy.
Colin Hay tells stories and knocks off his hits in this intimate acoustic show at Orlando’s Plaza Live. Carl F Gauze sits in.
Four, count ’em, FOUR great bands rock Orlando and nearly pogo us to death. Reel Big Fish and The Aquabats topped the lively bill that left Carl F Gauze dazed and dizzy.
A promising new band and a fading classic unite at Orlando’s Plaza Theatre and the audience can’t stay in their seats. Carl F Gauze sat down for a bit of Little Feat.
A Roller Derby resurgence is sweeping the nation! …at least it is in East Orlando. Carl F Gauze caught the opening bout of the Orlando Psycho City Derby Girls’ season.
Lords of Acid allows the return to Orlando’s classic ’90s rave club, and all we can muster is two lousy glow sticks?
The Plaza Theatre in Orlando showcases the talents of a newcomer and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and eventually lures Carl F Gauze out to the streets.
They Might Be Giants brings a kid-friendly show to the hard Rock Live in Orlando.
The English Beat, a division of the Two Tone Army, invades Firestone Live in Orlando, but it’s opening band Fishbone that emerges victorious.