Daryl Hall offers deep dive on solo side with ‘BeforeAfter’

Daryl Hall, who as a member of Hall and Oates is one of the most successful rock musicians ever, is taking a deep-dive on his solo side with the release of a new, two-disc retrospective. BeforeAfter, the first-ever look at Hall’s solo career, is set for release by Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony, onContinue reading “Daryl Hall offers deep dive on solo side with ‘BeforeAfter’”

Austin, Nashville, SF, NYC music post-Covid? Bring an umbrella, just in case

By Mike Burkert On a recent Monday, the annual presidential holiday in fact, I took my son out for a golfing adventure. He and I would sample the good life and play 9 holes for $7 each. The morning started out wet, but after the early rain subsided, the day’s remaining forecast called for cloudy. Continue reading “Austin, Nashville, SF, NYC music post-Covid? Bring an umbrella, just in case”

Clem Snide, musical ‘mystic sage,’ set for basement livestream

Clem Snide, a musician with an effortless charm and a knack for storytelling, who counts Scott Avett as a very big fan, will deliver a webcast performance Thursday night. The guitarist is set to play live from his basement at 8 p.m. eastern standard time Thursday, 5 p.m. pacific standard time. He will also conductContinue reading “Clem Snide, musical ‘mystic sage,’ set for basement livestream”

Woodstock: Tony Jackson, with John Sebastian, Cindy Cashdollar, set for Bearsville Theater

A country musician who has received high praise and plenty of attention will perform a live stream concert Wednesday with some big names, from an unlikely location — Woodstock, New York. Tony Jackson at 8 p.m. Wednesday will perform at the Bearsville Theater in Woodstock, New York. The community at the edge of the CatskillContinue reading “Woodstock: Tony Jackson, with John Sebastian, Cindy Cashdollar, set for Bearsville Theater”