Interviews

Peter and Paul Bring a Message of Love and Respect to Bergen PAC

“We only do shows once in a while now. We never tour any longer in the usual sense; both of us know when it’s time to act and when we do it’s still very enjoyable.” Those are the words of singer/songwriter and folk music legend Peter Yarrow as he readies to perform with long time partner Noel Paul Stookey tonight ... Read More »

Foghat Is Definitely “Under the Influence” With a Great New Release

“We’ve got a number of dates already down and we’re going to the studio in Florida to re-learn some more stuff. This time we’re going to be making live recordings on the road, see what comes of it; things have changed over the years and it’s time for some new representations of our music. The world changes and there’s nothing ... Read More »

Randy Bachman “Tells A Story” at BB King’s

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Review by Danny Coleman + photos by Tom Callan Randy Bachman is a songwriter who has penned some of the most well known hits since the ’60s, yet he tends to soar under the mainstream radar. One of the founders of The Guess Who and Bachman Turner Overdrive, Bachman has written classics such as “Taking Care of Business,” “Let It Ride,”American ... Read More »

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 »