Interviews

Al Stewart to Perform at New Hope Winery

“Yes! I love performing there; it’s one of the best places that we play. The audiences are great, there’s people drinking wine and I’m a wine enthusiast so it’s a great place to perform,” says Al Stewart as he prepares to come to New Hope, PA for a two night engagement at the New Hope Winery. Al Stewart was born Glasgow Scotland with roots in ... Read More »

Interview with Justin Hayward

Justin Hayward A Not So “Moody Blue” as Solo “Stage Door Tour” Hits SOPAC in NJ Review by Danny Coleman “I Think, for us anyway, it was a long slow success story. I recall Ray and I standing outside of Madison Square Garden the very first time we ever performed there; we were doing two shows in one day and we ... Read More »

Matt Butler “Feels at Home” at Rockwood Music Hall

Interview by Danny Coleman Matt Butler grew up in Manhattan, NYC a fan of punk and grunge music and then something happened. Something that was the sum of several subtle events which changed the course of not only Matt’s career but his music as well. “I’m a singer songwriter who grew up in the city. I’ve always been in bands, I ... Read More »

Interview with David Beck of Blue Healer

Blue Healer May 3, 2016 | Big Picture Media – New York City Interview by David Medeiros For more information on Blue Healer, please visit: Official website: http://www.bluehealerusa.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlueHealerUSA Read More »

Bill Engvall Older, Wiser and Ready to Revisit The Past

Interview by Danny Coleman “Tour? I’ve been on tour since 1980. I’m on the road all of the time,” says observational comedian and “Blue Collar Comedy Tour” alumnus Bill Engvall as he discussed his upcoming April 15 Appearance at the Bergen PAC in Englewood, NJ. “The difference this time is that I spent my career talking about my wife and ... Read More »

Martin Barre (s) It All With a Quick Tour of The East Coast

“It’s quite nice actually, I’ve had a quiet couple of months and I was offered a special gig in Switzerland but I needed three hours worth of music. I needed to start writing again and I took the gig and then I realized; I better get my brain in gear,” says the legendary Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre with a laugh as he discussed his ... Read More »