Bearsville Theater: Were Jon Anderson and the Paul Green Rock Academy great? YES! YES! YES!

The vocal harmonies from Jon Anderson and the Paul Green Rock Academy were so rich and thick Friday night at the Bearsville Theater in Woodstock that, at times during their concert, I felt like someone was pouring a big bucket of sweet, warm molasses over my head.  I’d close my eyes for a moment andContinue reading “Bearsville Theater: Were Jon Anderson and the Paul Green Rock Academy great? YES! YES! YES!”

Jon Anderson, Paul Green Rock Academy at Bearsville Theater: YES! YES! YES!

I’ve never seen the original lineup of Yes, the iconic British rock band inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017. But I have no regrets because I saw this legendary band’s fearless, relentless, fiery and enduring spirit come alive through a performance that lead singer Jon Anderson gave in 2014, atContinue reading “Jon Anderson, Paul Green Rock Academy at Bearsville Theater: YES! YES! YES!”

Tracy Bonham: Rocker, songwriter, mom redefines herself yet again with Melodeon Music House

Tracy Bonham, it seems, always manages to stay ahead of the curve. The two-time Grammy nominee known far and wide for the 1990s hit “Mother Mother,” Bonham in the years since has not so much reinvented herself as redefined herself by building, expanding and adding depth to her past and present self. The end resultContinue reading “Tracy Bonham: Rocker, songwriter, mom redefines herself yet again with Melodeon Music House”

Radio Woodstock’s Greg Gattine: Commanding the airwaves one listener at a time

Greg Gattine as a kid growing up in New York’s Hudson Valley loved listening to the radio. “Whether it was country or rock or just Top 40 or soul and Motown,” he said. “I just loved everything that was on the AM radio as a kid. It was about the music. It was about theContinue reading “Radio Woodstock’s Greg Gattine: Commanding the airwaves one listener at a time”

Bearsville Theater: Scott Sharrard video stream offers relief in ‘Tryin’ Times’

Nearly a year has passed since the world, the economy and the live music industry began to unravel because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Quarantines, lockdowns and travel restrictions have likely changed life as we know it for good. And nobody, from the White House on down to county legislatures across the nation, knows when theContinue reading “Bearsville Theater: Scott Sharrard video stream offers relief in ‘Tryin’ Times’”