Live: Johnny A Rocks Phoenix
The Music Theater at the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) in Phoenix was sold out for the Johnny A concert on Jan. 11, and Johnny did not disappoint
Sites and Sounds: Cayamo Cruise
It's the lucky 13th sailing of the Cayamo Cruise! Well, lucky for sure for fans of Americana music as the cruise presents dozens of roots music performers during a jaunt through the Caribbean.
Live from Celebrity Theatre: Styx
The intimate theater in-the-round, with its unique rotating stage, is one of Styx's all-time favorite venues and they chose Celebrity Theatre for a two-night stand to open their 2020 tour.
Root 66: Ian & Sylvia - Wildwood Kin - Hackensaw Boys
Our roots music column begins this time out with a listen to a 2-CD set from '60s folk stars Ian & Sylvia that's filled with never-before released music.
Doctor Pheabes - Army of the Sun
Whether Army of the Sun is the band's big break stateside or not, it certainly will go a long way towards establishing an American fan base.
Sites and Sounds: The Clash: London Calling at The Museum of London
The Museum of London currently has a free exhibit that celebrates the making of the seminal album by the Clash, London Calling
Root 66: Lost Bayou Ramblers - Zack Walther Band - The Grascals - Chris Jones & the Night Drivers
Our Americana column starts off with a 20th anniversary set from beloved Cajun band Lost Bayou Ramblers but there's a lot of additional good listening here
5 Stars: Sordal - Center Of The Storm
This is music for adults. No millennial whoop here. No programmed anything. No voice correction. No hoes and bitches. No teenage angst. Just a thinking man's version of lyrics
The Kinks - Arthur or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire 50th Anniversary Edition
Long considered one of the greatest masterpieces from the mind of Kinks front man and songwriter Ray Davies
The Blues: Joe Bonamassa - Live at the Sydney Opera House
Bonamassa and company put on one heck of a live show here for Australian fans and as the Sydney contingent might have said as they left the opera house, "Good on ya!"