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Category Archives: Music
Here’s my list of favorite album titles. Some are fun, some are poignant or thought-provoking, and some are just plain weird. If you have others that you feel should be included, please feel free to pass them along. Enjoy! Logic … Continue reading
I became a big fan of Phoebe Bridgers when I first heard and then bought her joint album with Conor Oblerst under the band name of Better Oblivion Community Center in 2019. This led me to all kinds of fabulous … Continue reading
I have been captivated by two new rock album releases – and as is so often the case, both come from British musicians – one by Cornershop and theater by EOB (Ed O’Brien of Radiohead). England is a Garden … Continue reading
A little fun for the start of the work week with city/town names that include the name of an instrument in their name. If you know of others we missed, please feel free to pass them along for inclusion. Bass, … Continue reading
Please let me chew on the words of a recent blogpost for a moment….(munch, munch, munch). Thank you. I really thought nothing could possibly equal Metric’s Art of Doubt when it came to new Alternative Rock music in 2018. Well, … Continue reading
Some of the approximately 1,200 works of art currently on display in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
This can be a tough category to define, as what constitutes a rock band is a moving target. For this list, a rock band is a group of musicians who play under a group name, not an individual’s name (unless … Continue reading
When a city’s name is mentioned in conversation or in writing, it can conjure up certain images based on one’s personal knowledge of the place. If one has not visited the city, the image is largely shaped by perceptions derived … Continue reading
Temples absolutely kicked arse last night (July 30th) on the Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon performing “Shelter Song” from their awesome debut album entitled Sun Structures. Here’s a weblink to the video of their performance. Enjoy! http://www.nbc.com/the-tonight-show/#segments/9546