4/15 The Cutting Room Presents: Al Green Birthday Party Concert Starring Romantasy-For The Luv of Al Green
“it was my short time in Al Green’s band which gave to me the desire to emulate the last of the great soul singers”
Isn’t it the time for Live Nation to do a serious self-examination?
Black Pumas play at the YouTube Theater
This is the list of a peaceful man who has faith in humanity
one of the great gifts to 2018
The common theme of ‘70s rock criticism was “this decade is horrendous, everything great happened in the ‘60s,” which is a sentiment that proves that The Beatles were more effective as a hangover than they were as an intoxication. 1972 was actually an embarrassment of riches and this listing could easily be doubled. So, let’s groove on back to the Nixon era without being nattering nabobs of negativity.
You surely remember the life changing first article of this series, which chronicled Arkansas based artists including Johnny Cash, Louis Jordan, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, and, for symmetry’s sake, twelve other acts. In this second, and regretfully final, article on this subject, we survive scalding grits, salute ersatz Samoans, and share a bit too much information at the outhouse