Category Archives: Music
I discovered Andrew Combs about a year and a half ago when he opened for Shovels and Rope at the Sinclair in Cambridge. He’s got a really nice country/folk/americana thing going on, and if you like that sort of sound, … Continue reading
I just discovered and really enjoyed Our Year by Austin-based Bruce Robison & Kelly Willis. The album came out late last month, and has a nice mix of Texas country and folk. The pace varies a good amount as well, with some upbeat … Continue reading
Magazine writers in the 1960’s probably didn’t think their content would be easily accessible, searchable in fact, more than 40 years later. The internet is an amazing thing. My good friend Ed recently sent along a fairly negative 1969 review … Continue reading
I spent the Thanksgiving break with my girlfriend’s family in Austin, and finally made it out to The Broken Spoke, a country venue known for some of the best honky tonk in the area. We had tried to go almost … Continue reading
It was my first (and probably last) time seeing the Stones. It was awesome: The iPhone zoom isn’t so bad!
Last weekend I went to see Shovels & Rope at the Sinclair in Cambridge. A few things to quickly note. 1. I can’t really describe Shovels & Rope well, but if you haven’t heard of them, check them out. A … Continue reading
I had a great time last night at the CD release party for Glenn Yoder & The Western States at the Lizard Lounge in Cambridge. They put on a great all-around performance, and Jeff Katz, the guitar player and a … Continue reading
Inspired by a friend’s post of his favorite 2012 songs, I thought I’d put my own list together. My favorites from this past year definitely span a wide range of genres – I can’t quite pin down whether my tastes … Continue reading
Kind of now. Maybe soon.