Sure, we all no there is no shows and this week really, really hurts.
No Steve Earle musical on Saturday at Public Theatre. No Pearl Jam at MSG on Monday. No Thom Yorke at Radio City Music Hall and/or Hammerstein Ballroom.
Nothing going on.
Life has stopped unless you are on the frontlines, in which case it never ends.
Here is how it goes (I think I read this in NYT or maybe it was Bob Lefsetz’s newsletter):
The rich go to their summer homes
White collar workers are incubated with their families going balmy.
Blue collar workers are working the same as always wherever they can.
And musicians are stuck at home refusing to release new music…
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – May 1986 (Volume 17, Number 9)
They’ve got me a bit wrong. I’m not completely chaste
Brief Encounters: New Album Releases 3-24-23 – 3-30-23 Reviewed
Gospel was in her blood
US Top Ten Singles Tracking 3-17-23 – 3-23-23
an armed and loaded female power track…
US Top Ten Albums Tracking 3-17-23 – 3-23-23
Morgan will be pulling off singles for at least the next year
Press Releases For March, Here Are The Artists
A cold and nonchalant delivery for a song that rocks hard
Going Steady: New Singles 3-24-23 – 3-30-23 Reviewed
essence of a certain American masculinity
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – February 1986 (Volume 17, Number 6)
the perceived threat to authority is more class-based than generational