I’ve been a fan of Ryan Joseph Anderson for a long while now. I first came across him as a guitarist in Michele McGuire’s band back in 2012. Then I saw him open a couple shows as a solo act, appearing with a backup vocalist. Most recently I caught him, once again on guitar, playing one of the most splendid guitar solos I’ve seen along … Continue reading Ryan Joseph Anderson-City Of Vines
You know summer is coming when The Hideout announces A Day In The Country. This is the 10th anniversary of the one-day festival, celebrating musicians from all forms of Country music. Curated by Lawrence Peters of The Lawrence Peters Outfit, music fans will enjoy everything from Americana and Honky Tonk to Western Swing. Plus, Grammy winner Jim Lauderdale will be performing songs from his 30+ … Continue reading A Day In The Country Turns 10!
It’s easy to write off Kiefer Sutherland’s music career as a vanity project, but after seeing him live I can assure you it is not. I actually figured that out when I saw that his debut album was produced by Jude Cole, a singer/songwriter who’s been making music for over 30 years. Together they turned Sutherland’s collection of songs he’s been writing for as long … Continue reading Kiefer Sutherland at Thalia Hall 5/21/2017
I’ve been following the music of The All-About for a few years now. I was instantly a fan the first time I heard the song “Feel Weird Hit Of The Winter” off 2012’s Winterpop. Something about Zac Coe’s music connects with me more intensely than most, so I’m happy to count him not only as a big part of my life’s soundtrack but also a … Continue reading Be Safe Goodbye, A New Record By The All-About
I’ve been a fan of Zac Coe’s music project The All-About for a few years now. It’s been almost three years since his last full-length, Suburban Heart, was released. On April 1st he is putting out the long-awaited follow-up Be Safe Goodbye. We’ve been talking about the record for a while now, and he was nice enough to let me premiere a song for you … Continue reading Song Premiere-“All Your CDs” by The All-About
This video has everything: cute dogs, guys throwing axes at trees, people lighting cigarettes with sparklers, skipping stones on a lake and throwing smoke bombs in the water. I’m not sure how good that last thing is for the water or the ecosystem it’s a part of, but it looks neat. I imagine this is the kind of video Todd Philips would make if he … Continue reading Whitney-No Woman (Video)
December 7, 2012. A day that will live in infamy. That was the first time I mentioned Pony Boy on the pages of this site. It was a fairly auspicious beginning, since the post was my Top 100 Songs Of 2012 and Marchelle Bradanini’s onstage persona had nabbed a spot with a song that you can download free on MTV Hive (??? Ok……). It … Continue reading Pony Boy-Blue Gold