Singer/songwriter John McCutcheon has had a successful musical career that has lasted over five decades. During those years, he has had 6 Grammy nominations, 8 Parents Choice Awards, 5 American Library Association Awards and was inducted into the Wisconsin Music Hall of Fame in 2004. Of his 40+ recordings, his latest album is his most meaningful. It is a tribute to the late-Pete Seeger, who inspired him to become a musician back in 1963.
Monday, December 10, 2018
Sunday, December 9, 2018
Legendary singer/songwriter and founding member of The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, along with his 10-piece backing band strolled into the Toyota Oakdale Theatre Saturday night to spread Christmas cheer. He is currently in the midst of his holiday tour, which finds the artist, with fellow Beach Boy, Al Jardine and his band, performing the entire Beach Boys' "Christmas Album."
Saturday, December 8, 2018
Arriving December 7th on DVD and digital formats is the new documentary "New Wave: Dare To Be Different." The film is about the story of one of the most influential radio stations in America, WLIR in Long Island, NY. While not being able to compete with the country-wide radio stations of its time, WLIR took a risk and starting playing the music of some underground rock bands at the time, like U2, Talking Heads and R.E.M, just to name a few from a long, long list of artists.
Friday, December 7, 2018
The English progressive rock band, Renaissance continues to amaze audiences all around the world. The band's history dates back nearly fifty years, but they felt renewed on their latest tour, last year, which was captured for a new 2-CD/DVD release titled "A Symphonic Journey." It was recorded at the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA in October 2017 and showcases the band covering their classic material, but this time with the specially assembled Renaissance Chamber Orchestra.
Thursday, December 6, 2018
In honor of the 30th anniversary of the debut album, "Let Love Rule" from Lenny Kravitz, Virgin/UMe will be releasing the entire album, for the first time on vinyl. This new 180-gram, double-LP set not only includes a beautifully remastered sound, but also includes three tracks that were previously only available on CD.