Interviews

Edgar Winter Talks Music, The Animals and More

 “You know, I’m touring constantly, I’m not just some weekend warrior; I don’t do long six month world tours anymore but I’m always ready to play,” said a laughing Edgar Winter as he discussed his recent show with Eric Burdon & the Animals at the historic Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, NJ.  With over 20 albums and multiple collaborative ... Read More »

Kristin Is In Kontrol and Rocking with Garbage

kristin kontrol

“A major change in the appearance or character of someone or something” “Webster’s Dictionary” tells us such is the definition of “Metamorphosis” and in the case of Kristin Gundred (or Welchez as some prefer); she has morphed once again in pursuit of her art. Perhaps better known as “Dee Dee” or “DEE Dee Penny,” this songwriting, guitarist rose to prominence ... Read More »

Dave and Jon of The Strumbellas Talk About Music, Dreams and More

They may not be a household name —just yet— but The Strumbellas, an alternative country and indie rock band from Canada, are working their way in to the ears and hearts of new fans every day. In April of this year, The Strumbellas released their third studio album, HOPE, on Glassnote Records. And the band’s debut single, Spirits, from that ... Read More »

Doobie Decibel System Brings Their Catalog to New Hope, PA

“If you want to see what’s new in the San Francisco Bay area, come check us out,” says guitarist Roger McNamee of Doobie Decibel System. “It’s a really cool thing we have going on and Midnight North will be opening for us; that’s Graham Lesh, Phil’s son’s band.”   Havana in New Hope, PA is the scene tonight for Roger and his band mates as they take the ... Read More »

Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle Ride into the Bergen PAC in Englewood, NJ

Steve Earle

“You write about what you know,” said a seemingly taken aback Steve Earle when asked about what many would consider a “Chequered Past.” “I got married a lot back in the ’80’s if that’s what you’re talking about. I’m retiring from that; defeated. All of those experiences and more can’t help but creep in to your work.”  Once called the ... Read More »

Kenny Neal Brings “Swamp Blues” to Bucks County, PA

“Good is good and bad is bad; I don’t know about anything in between,” says blues master Kenny Neal as he prepares to come east and perform at the “Bucks County Blues Society Picnic” in Morrisville, PA on July 16. “I like blues tight, not sloppy and not loose; blues needs to be played together as a team.”  Raised in ... Read More »