Yes, I know, the first column name change in a coupla years, but my friend Rob O’Connor, said he kept on thinking the column was a Let’s Active live review, and I bet he isn’t the only one. So I’ve changed it and now people will think it is an old album review.
Bruce plays The River at MSG on Sunday: This is the biggest show of the year (so far), which means I keep on listening past the slow boring ones and concentrating on “Sherry Baby” (apparently he danced with his wife during this one yesterday), “Hungry Heart”, and “The Ties That Bound”
Monday – A$AP Rock – Terminal 5 – Plus Joey Bada$$ and A$AP Mob, if it was anywhere else, I’d be so there.
Wednesday – Jess Glynne – Webster Hall – I wasn’t crazy about the album, and I’m a big fan, but live the woman is a blast of pop dance energy.
Wednesday – CMT Presents Jennifer Nettles With 2016 Next Women Of Country Tour – Beacon Theatre – Brandi Clark opening as well
Thursday – Julien Baker – Mercury Lounge – Sprained Ankle was the singer singer songwriter album of 2015… I wonder if she can pull it off on stage.
Saturday – Lamb Of God – Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom – The only time I’ve seen the metal superstars live, they were blowing Metallica off stage at MSG.
Saturday – Robert Earl Keen – country singer songwriter who could have hit it much bigger than he did,
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – June 1975 (Volume 7, Number 1)
Smith’s final freelance contribution to Creem.
putting Nigeria on the map
back at # 1 for a third non consecutive week
not a dreamer but a steely eyed businessman and pop musician
Willie Nelson will play at the Palomino fest on Saturday
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – May 1975 (Volume 6, Number 12
Elton John came across as completely engaging
by episode nine, season four, the bastards finally got me sick of Kate!
some hooky and wildly inspired tune
Harry has the summer of his career!