Jessica Carter Altman debuted her first show at an intimate showcase off Cahuenga Blvd called The Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles, California.
What happens when the Ides of March actually falls on the second of October? In this case, it was just the final American date of “The Ides of March” Tour 2021! With Myles Kennedy and Co. at the helm, that foreboding date became a welcome refrain, signaling a new era of soul-soothing live music.
Myles Kennedy and the resonator featured on his new album, The Ides of March, are the subjects of the inaugural edition of Tiny Tributes!
Let’s celebrate Kennedy’s steely songs by recreating his NRP 14 guitar on a LEGO piece together. Or at least examine Myles’ love for steel sounds and blues rock while our host, Elizabeth Owens, makes the teeny guitar replica on her own. That’s cool, too!
The Devil Makes Three makes stop at the Vinyl Music Hall showcasing their unique blend of Bluegrass, Blues, Rock, Folk, Country and Gospel.
Devil Makes Three is currently on their 2020 Winter tour. On Feb 4, the band will be playing the Vinyl Music Hall in Pensacola, Fl.
Album Review: Blacktop Mojo ‘Under the Sun’
Photoset and show review of Thor Jensen Live at the Knickerbocker by Lucas Cruz
Album Review of Thor Jensen’s blues rock record I’ll Be Alright by Lucas Cruz. Photo by Lucas Cruz with Lifetolenses
Song Spotlight: Tatiana DeMaria “Make Me Feel”
An interview with The Family Secrets.
“Living Free” by Colossal Street Jam album review and tracklist.