- Screen Reviews
- May 17, 2019
Pahokee produces sugar cane and poverty, but some the brighter students might make it to the big time with a college degree and a new zip code.
I Like It Down Here (Daphne Records). Review by James Mann.
Train (Semafore Music). Review by Stacey Zering.
Psychedelic Country Soul (Omnivore Recordings). Review by James Mann.
From a White Hotel (Jullian Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
The ’60s legends celebrate their friendship on a tour to promote Everybody Knows. Roi Tamkin was there.
Toronto (Last Chance Records). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Dan Baird sits down to give us an update on his health, the state of the union, and his memories of Tom Petty and Malcolm Young.
SoLow (JCPL ). Review by James Mann.
Painkillers (Island). Review by Jen Cray.
The Traveler (ATO Records). Review by Joe Frietze.
Anything’s Possible Review by Michelle Wilson.
Jenny Lewis overcomes being the opening band, and sound and lighting issues, to overwhelm an Orlando audience, as Jen Cray knew she would.
Turquoise (Ruf Records). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Blunderstone Rookery (Bread and Butter Music). Review by Andrew Ellis.
William McKeen’s collection of Florida stories sort of hits its mark.
Rootsy, blues-based rockers Grace Potter and the Nocturnals returned to their favorite tour destination — much to the delight of their adoring Orlando, Florida fans.
The early life of country music’s renegade hero Gram Parsons is brought to life in Bob Kealing’s wonderful Calling Me Home.
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers sell out Orlando’s Amway Arena with the grace and ease of a well-seasoned band with nothing to prove. Jen Cray joins in with the masses on some memorable sing-alongs.