10,000 Maniacs in La Jolla

The band (whose name launched a thousand clever article titles) made its way across country from Jamestown NY to La Jolla, to cap the season of the Green Flash Concert Series at Scripps ... Continue Reading →

Max Weinberg’s Jukebox @ Belly Up

When I saw the listing for this gig, I wondered why? By the end of the night I think I figured it out. What is Springsteen’s drummer doing on tour? This is what you will find on Weinberg’s ... Continue Reading →

Blinded By The Light

In this moment (which keeps getting longer) of peak music films, along comes the unlikely, true and thoroughly enjoyable story of a British Pakistani teenager who comes to embrace the ... Continue Reading →

KAABOO Unveils a Superb Lineup in Del Mar for September

The ocean breezes will still be warm, and for another three nights in Del Mar this September 13-15 attendees at the next KAABOO Del Mar will enjoy a range of artists. Even as you move ... Continue Reading →

Jason Isbell – Picking Up the Baton From the Fallen Tom Petty?

Jason Isbell started his musical journey early. Surrounded by a musical family near the Tennessee – Alabama state line, Isbell played at the Grand Ole Opry when he was 16. He eventually ... Continue Reading →

John Storyk Describes How Designing Electric Lady Studios For Jimi Hendrix Led To 3500 More Studios

There are not many folks who have built over 3500 recording studios around the globe. This is the story of John Storyk, the guy who did so after a fortuitous encounter with Jimi Hendrix. I ... Continue Reading →

¡RELEASED! Monumental Box Set of Human Rights Concerts

Finally available, the monumental ¡RELEASED! six-disc DVD box-set and two-disc companion CD of the historic Human Rights Concerts presented by the Nobel Peace Prize-winning human rights ... Continue Reading →