- Music Reviews
- January 22, 2020
Fine Line (Columbia Records). Review by Christopher Long.
Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Beth Hart offered a healthy serving of blues in Orlando, and Michelle Wilson was there to savor the sweet experience.
An expansive and exhaustive behind-the-scenes account of Nirvana’s meteoric rise to fame, and the untimely death of its iconic frontman, Kurt Cobain.
The Greatest Hits (Universal Republic). Review by Christopher Long.
An unplugged evening with Eddie Vedder full of conversation, confessions, and two hours of music is a damn fine way for Jen Cray to spend the night.
Thrice takes a victory lap before a planned hiatus, to say “goodbye” to 14 years worth of fans on their Farewell Tour. Jen Cray enjoys their bittersweet (final?) Orlando date.
After nearly a decade’s hiatus, Gavin Rossdale has relaunched BUSH, and a super sold-out show in Orlando lets Jen Cray know that she’s not the only one excited to see this band back together.
GG Allin, bad boy of punk rock, terrorized audiences in Boston and Seattle. You’re going to want to clean your tongue after this one.
Infinite Arms (Columbia). Review by Sean Slone.
The Sound The Speed The Light (Matador Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
By all accounts, Adelitas Way vocalist/songwriter Rick DeJesus should have become a statistic. Ink 19‘s Elianne Halbersberg talks with the artist about how music — and VH1 — saved his life.
Greg Prato’s new oral history of Seattle music (or “grunge” to you and me, bucko) strikes the right balance between bratty humor and pathos, thinks Matthew Moyer. And was the bassist from Guns N’ Roses really in the Fastbacks? Read on,,,
Ten (Legacy Edition) (Epic Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Live at the Paradiso – Amsterdam (Vanguard). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Songs from the Orange Room. Review by Robert M. Sutton.
Black Ice (Columbia). Review by Christopher Long.
Lead singer of Staind, Aaron Lewis, played an intimate acoustic show in Times Square, New York City with the support of Lo-Pro. Mark Fredrickson was there.
Year Long Disaster (Volcom). Review by Jen Cray.