Tag Archives: Danny Coleman

Captain Beyond Sticks Their Heads Out at Kung Fu Necktie in Philly

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Interview by Danny Coleman  “I received e-mails, phone messages, been approached all over and they all want to know  if we are playing or doing anything. People are asking me, so essentially yes, the people asked for it,” says co-founder and drummer Bobby Caldwell of Captain Beyond as he explained the band’s recent reunion. “I just want to put the music back out there, it’s quality stuff.”   Many ... Read More »

Interview: Dead Daisies Take Root in Asbury Park, NJ

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Interview by Danny Coleman  “We were on the road since May 23, I just got home yesterday,” said a relaxed John Corabi of The Dead Daisies as he elaborated on the next leg of their tour and an upcoming August 16 show at Asbury Park, NJ venue House of Independents. “We’ve got some time off, it feels a bit weird (laughs).” The Dead Daisies are a combined force of music veterans ... Read More »

Neil Sedaka Comes to NJ State Theater

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Interview by Danny Coleman  “I’ve worked hard at it and it’s not easy. You’re constantly having to raise the bar to stay relevant, it’s a lot of hard work,” said legendary performer/composer/songwriter Neil Sedaka as he discussed his long and illustrious career prior to his appearances; August 11 at The State Theater in New Brunswick and August 12 at The Great Auditorium in Ocean Grove, NJ. Considered a “Prodigy” at the tender age of nine, Neil ... Read More »

Rhonda Ross Opens for Diana at The Mann in Philadelphia

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Interview by Danny Coleman  Rhonda Ross wears many hats; singer, actress, speaker, spouse and mom. Currently she is on tour and wearing the hat of daughter/opening act for her mother, Diana and the duo is coming to The Mann Center in Philadelphia, PA for an 8 p.m. show this Saturday July 29. “I remember when we last spoke I was only on the road ... Read More »

Joe Louis Walker Talks Blues Ahead of east Coast Shows

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Interview by Danny Coleman  “My mother and father got me into the blues, that’s my point of reference,” said Joe Louis Walker as he explained the roller coaster ride of popularity or lack thereof associated with blues music. “Everybody’s is different but we’ve all been exposed to them at some point. People think Stevie Ray Vaughn and relate to his version of, “Mary ... Read More »

Dave Vargo Comes “Burning Through” With Debut Disc

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Interview by Danny Coleman  What do Whitney Houston, Rupert Holmes and Phoebe Snow all have in common? Give up? The answer is Dave Vargo and this former guitarist for the aforementioned has finally utilized his immense talent to release a CD of his own material. “Burning Through” not only lives up to its name but stokes rock ‘n’ roll fires that ... Read More »