- Friday Night Concert "Two-fer": Robert Palmer and Marvin Gaye
- An Open Cover Letter to AIG
- Bikinis and Heels: BEWARE!
- Teacher v. Private Sector Pay: Don't Buy the Lie
- The Big Breast
- Wells Fargo: SubPrime "Ghetto Loans" to "Mud People"
- Ryan Montbleau: "75 and Sunny"
- Joe Cocker Woodstock Translation
- Friday Night Concert Clip: Argent
- Tal Wilkenfeld - The River of Life
Tag Archives: Blues
Former child prodigy Joe Bonomassa cut his teeth on blues/rock, playing Stevie Ray Vaughn licks by age 7. B.B. King heard him early and was bowled over. By the time he was 12, Bonomassa was opening B.B. King shows, subsequently touring with Buddy Guy, Foreigner, Robert Cray, Stephen Stills, Joe Cocker, Gregg Allman and in 2009 played a stunner of a show at London’s Royal Albert Hall with special guest Eric Clapton. Continue reading
Mississippi first etched itself into my psyche as a focal point of the American Civil Rights Movement, in which racist whites fought long and hard to thwart progress, seemingly denying the outcome of the American Civil War; terrorizing, murdering and blocking any and all effort to drag it, scratching and clawing into compliance with national law, including America’s founding documents. Continue reading
Another twist this week for the Friday Night Concert series…ever navigate YouTube searching out different versions of one song? It can surprise. I started searching Asleep at the Wheel clips (just one), intending to feature it and them. If you … Continue reading
If you’re not a follower of Susan Tedeschi but love the blues, it’s about time you had a taste. She’s a terrific old school blues belter and her old school band has chops a plenty. “Hurts So Bad” is one … Continue reading
Friday Night Concert Clip(s)- Jeff Beck: “Pork-Pie Hat/Brush w/the Blues, Charlie Mingus: “Good-Bye Pork-Pie Hat”
One of the best guitarists I’ve ever heard is Jeff Beck. So, what? That’s like saying Mohamed Ali was a braggart. But the more I listen to Jeff Beck as I get older, the more amazed I am at what he knew about the instrument and music in general when we were younger. Continue reading
“Hoy, Hoy, I’m Your Boy…” I had the pleasure of seeing these guys twice–once in the Kit Kat Club, in Fort Wayne, IN and at Stache and Little Brothers, in Columbus, OH, (both now defunct) where I actually met Big … Continue reading