Tag Archives: spotlight

Kenny Wayne Sheperd at the Fox Theatre in Redwood City, CA

Review+Photos by Ken McCain September 9, 2017 | Redwood City, CA – Last Saturday evening the Fox Theater in Redwood City, CA was treated to a healthy dose of Blues Rock, brought to them courtesy of the phenominal blues guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Shepherd and his four band mates, which includes singer Noah Hunt, drummer Chris Layton (Double Trouble) and ... Read More »

Fans Are Going “Buggy” Over Alarm For War

Alarm For War

Interview by Danny Coleman  When you’re a 12 year old boy and you think that you’re accompanying your musically inclined parents to a recording session and then suddenly you’re the one turning heads, that’s a dream come true; or is it fate? Now 13, the artist who goes by, “Buggy”  has a debut album, a band, a growing fan base and ... Read More »

The Dead Daisies Rock The House Of Independents in Asbury Park, NJ

Dead Daisies

Review by Danny Coleman  From the opening chords of, “Long Way To Go,” to the closing of the encore, the Dead Daisies rocked Asbury Park’s House Of Independents to its very core.  Led by the powerful vocals of  former Motley Crue front man John Corabi, this five piece unit rocked and rolled their way through a 17 song set which ... Read More »

Dierks Bentley at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, CA

Dierks Bentley

Review+Photos by Ken McCain August 20, 2017 | Mountain View, CA – The summer concert series at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View welcomed in Dierks Bentley’s “What The Hell” Tour.  They rolled in with Jon Pardi and Cole Swindell in tow as supporting acts, along with thousands of their fans. The SF Bay Area’s eclectic arts and music scene has ... Read More »

Review: Retro Futura at the State Theatre in New Brunswick, NJ

Article + photos by LJ Moskowitz August 9, 2017 – Back in the days when the “M” in “MTV” actually meant something, teenagers all over the country depended on a weekly syndicated show to get their fix of the newest music from the UK. Sure, kids in New York, Chicago, and LA had stations that played the latest hits from ... Read More »

Review: Chic and Earth, Wind & Fire at Madison Square Garden

“I Don’t Want to Live in the Past, but it’s a Nice Place to Visit” Article + photos by LJ Moskowitz August 7, 2017 – The world outside of Madison Square Garden last week may have been lulled into believing the 90’s were back in style, but for the crowd inside the legendary venue, it was all about the 1970’s. ... Read More »