Music

Keep Calm and Panic! (at the Disco)
January 24, 2019 No Commentby

Keep Calm and Panic! (at the Disco)

Every generation needs an Elton. Or a Freddie. This generation has Brendon. Lead singer and last remaining original Panic! At ...

Robot Takeover: They Were Robots brings a new sound to PVD
January 23, 2019 No Commentby

Robot Takeover: They Were Robots brings a new sound to PVD

Two years ago, two members of The Copacetics, an eight-piece Providence-based reggae/ska band, decided they wanted to start a project ...

In Pursuit of an Out Of This World Girl, JeanLou Shines On SuperNova Girl
January 23, 2019 No Commentby

In Pursuit of an Out Of This World Girl, JeanLou Shines On SuperNova Girl

JeanLou is one of the city’s most active performers — he released three projects in just one year. He kicked things ...

Too Many Stars: A Conversation with the Organizers
January 17, 2019 No Commentby

Too Many Stars: A Conversation with the Organizers

In advance of the Too Many Stars Mark Cutler Benefit at The Met in Pawtucket on January 19 & 20, ...

Keep on Movin’: New Year, New You: Resolve to end your music dry spell this year
January 16, 2019 No Commentby

Keep on Movin’: New Year, New You: Resolve to end your music dry spell this year

I’m already toward the end of my annual “go though an exercise routine for two weeks and pretty much give up” ...

The Roots Report: Beating a Deaf Horse: Protect those gorgeous lugholes, music lovers!
January 16, 2019 No Commentby

The Roots Report: Beating a Deaf Horse: Protect those gorgeous lugholes, music lovers!

Okee dokee folks… Sometimes I feel like I am beating a dead horse, err, DEAF horse, when I talk about ...

Hamad Thrills Fans at Dusk
January 9, 2019 No Commentby

Hamad Thrills Fans at Dusk

I found myself in the Federal Hill section of Providence last month at Dusk Lounge for a sold-out performance from ...

Jazz Insights: Frankie Carle
January 9, 2019 No Commentby

Jazz Insights: Frankie Carle

  Big band pianist and songwriter Frankie Carle passed away at age 98 in 2001 in Mesa, Arizona, where he ...

Is This Jazz?: Passion Reverence Transcendence -- A Tribute to McCoy Tyner
January 9, 2019 No Commentby

Is This Jazz?: Passion Reverence Transcendence — A Tribute to McCoy Tyner

On December 11, the legendary jazz pianist McCoy Tyner turned 80 years old. A few months earlier, I received an album ...

Jazz Insights: Bonnie Mann
January 2, 2019 No Commentby

Jazz Insights: Bonnie Mann

Three years ago we lost one of jazz’s popular cabaret singers. Eighty-five year old Bonnie Mann (Boncorsi Wotherspoon) was born ...