Monthly Archives: July 2020

Eddie Jobson Delivers An On-Stage Compilation

July 27, 2020

It’s been almost three years since Eddie Jobson retired from touring yet interest to his concert endeavors hasn’t diminished. With the veteran violinist’s varied background – including, but not limited to, , ROXY MUSIC, U.K. and – there’s always a … Continue reading

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July 26, 2020

Masheen Messiah 2019 Japanese art-rockers hit their stride and venture into brightly lit future. It took this ensemble exactly one album, their 2016 debut that established MASHEEN MESSIAH as a viable entity, to shake off the shades of obvious influences … Continue reading

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Peter Green Passed Away

July 25, 2020

Peter Green, the avatar of British blues, has died today, July 25th, aged 73. Peter hit heyday with FLEETWOOD MAC, the powerhouse of an ensemble Greeny formed when he felt BLUESBREAKERS had begun stifling his creativity – although it was … Continue reading

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RODNEY MATTHEWS and JEFF SCHEETZ with Oliver Wakeman – Trinity

July 24, 2020

Rodney Matthews Studios Master of fantastic imagery returns to his classic designs to dress sights into sounds. Even though Rodney Matthews’ name has been synonymous with music for decades now, the British illustrator’s own sonic exercises remained unseen – or … Continue reading

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THE PRETTY THINGS Sign Off With Unplugged Album

July 23, 2020

Even though THE PRETTY THINGS effectively bade farewell in December 2018 when the veterans played their final show in London’s “O2” where David Gilmour and Van Morrison joined in to pay tribute to one of the greatest British bands, many … Continue reading

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