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Review: Los Lobos. Disconnected In New York City

I saw Los Lobos at Glastonbury in 1987. This stuck in my mind because the Friday and most of Saturday had been wet but when then came on stage the sun shone from behind the corners of the pyramid and sent a warm glow over the fields. When there were only two main stages and an acoustic tent they were clearly the big draw and the whole muddy ensemble listened and rocked to How Will The Wolf Survive and La Bamba. At this time La Bamba was an international hit for the band because they had recorded the music...

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Review: Eric Johnson. Up Close-Another Look.

April 1st is globally known as April Fool’s Day, when practical jokes and hoaxes are played on friends, the story line behind the bluff sets up a stage for pranks and merriment. Consequently it is with brave commitment that Eric Johnson chooses this day as his release date for his latest album “Up Close – Another Look”, which features guest appearances from Steve Miller, Jimmie Vaughan Johnny Lang and Sonny Landreth. EJ’s sixth studio release, within an 8 year span since 2005, comprises 12 compositions (plus one live bonus track), which were originally released in the US in 2010...

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Live: James Bay @ Hammersmith Apollo
Live: James Bay @ Hammersmith Apollo
Published On: March 30, 2016
English singer-songwriter and guitarist James Bay has had an incredible couple of years. From being signed to Republic Records and releasing his first EPs in 2013 and selling out his first UK headline tour just a year later, to releasing his chart-topping debut album Chaos and the Calm and opening up for Taylor Swift for select European dates on her Continue Reading
Festival: Glastonbury 2017 just blew the roof off festival season!
Festival: Glastonbury 2017 just blew the roof off festival season!
Published On: March 30, 2017
Every year the world's music festivals announce their line-ups, generally in dribs and drabs, each competing with one another for the slickest offerings - be they pop, rock, dance, legends or any other kind of make-up. But there is one festival that always, always blows the rest out of the water, seemingly without even trying. So when this morning's first Continue Reading

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