- Music Reviews
- May 29, 2020
Vincent’s Playlist (BYM Records). Review by Scott Adams.
Collection Four: Moonshots (2016 -2018). Review by Stacey Zering.
Top Broadway hits on the intimate Breakthrough stage.
Something in the Water (Rounder). Review by Jen Cray.
Ellington Saxophone Encounters (American Jazz Institute). Review by Carl F Gauze.
My Suitcase is Always Packed (Sugar Hill). Review by Carl F Gauze
Shelton Hull looks back at the works of Django on electric guitar, along the way wondering why this material hasn’t been collected in a boxed set and what Charlie Parker would have thought of it.
The Bastress (Tellous). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Think the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies are all about the swing thing? Not so, says singer Steve Perry. As he tells Jason Feifer, the band is not only more diverse musically than that, they’re also more interested in spreading a message beyond the usual hipster daddy-o-isms.
Music Midtown is a great chance to catch bands you might never get to see otherwise. Frank Mullen took some chances at this year’s festival in Atlanta, and found out what he’d been missing from the likes of Jimmy Cliff, BR5-49, the Jungle Brothers, and Bjorn Again, as well as a pre-Noel Gallagher walk-out Oasis.