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American Scarecrows "Yesteryear"

American Scarecrows “Yesteryear”

Maybe it’s because we do so many reviews, but when we read the comment in American Scarecrows Bio that “We spend so much time dissecting music and pondering what the point in making it is that we sometimes forget that people merely create music because it brings them joy” it really resonated. 343 more words


Rock ‘n Roll Resurrection: Dead Daisies in Havana

I knew it was going to be a different kind of night when the heavy at the door started scrutinizing my press pass. It was from last year, true, but I’ve been accredited here for over a decade and I didn’t have my new press credential through no fault of my own. 1,031 more words

Americans In Cuba

My mom "popped over" to London

Some of my wonderful readers have inquired about where I find energy and time to generate so many blog posts. The answer is that I just love exploring my experiences abroad through writing. 722 more words


Have we redefined the word groupie in the last few decades and I just didn’t get the memo?

I recently saw a news story that discussed a group of older-to-me folks who travel around the country in RVs following a religious music group—the kind that sing old-school-hymns-type. 336 more words

Meditations Of A Cynic

Yes Reading festival 23rd August 1975

Yes Reading festival 23rd August 1975
This is probably my favourite Yes show. Not because it was their best performance, although it was pretty good. No, this show just felt right; one of those moments in time that worked. 543 more words


Elvis 56 (March 5, 1996)

This post is a little late in the day, I realize. But it’s here nonetheless. So let’s get started.

Elvis Presley–the so-called King of Rock ‘n’ Roll–started his career in the early 1950s, but it wasn’t until 1956 when he started to really achieve commercial success. 427 more words