Echo In The Canyon – A Quietly Monumental Documentary About a Tectonic Shift in California’s Music History

The opening credits cleverly lay out what to expect: a column of legacy artists listed opposite several current acolytes opining on the former’s tectonic influence. Jakob Dylan bridges ... Continue Reading →

Habib Koité Glimmers at UCSD

One of seventeen siblings, Habib Koité is the world renowned master guitarist from Mali. His self-taught style came from watching his parents play, “it washed off on me.” His ... Continue Reading →

NAMM – What’s New in the Business of Making Music

Anaheim recently was the epicenter for folks involved in making music. Whether instrument makers, instructors, players or fans, the annual National Association of Music Merchants was ... Continue Reading →

Jackson Browne – San Diego 2015

Jackson Browne returned to San Diego with a stellar band and a devoted sold out audience at the Civic Theatre. With a songbook that is rivaled only by a few others for its depth and ... Continue Reading →

The Music Business is Far From Dead – NAMM

Most of the attention is about the slow agonizing death of the record business, but the fact is that the music business is alive and while. Even if you no longer buy CDs, you are likely ... 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 →