Trombone Shorty invents a fresh New Orleans musical blend.
Thought this was a good time to listen to McClatchy CEO Gary Pruitt defend the Knight Ridder buy and talk about journalism's promising future -- from early 2007. In it, he quotes Abe Lincoln and Lenny Kravitz and proves he's a clueless tool. I can't believe he still has his job.
It Is Time for a Love Revolution (Virgin)
The Black Parade (Reprise)
Hutspot (Melting Pot Music)
Susan Tedeschi's true blues fly in the face of commercialism
Larry Livermore looks out for punk rock's legacy.
Karl Denson's Tiny Universe
Don't Believe the Truth (Sony)
Teri Catlin -- Shreds and Dreads at Calliope Fest
Of the ego
Langerado stacks a full plate of excellent music
Rock in a Hard Place
Black Chiney brings a world of sound together
Fort Lauderdale organist Dr. Lonnie Smith takes on Beck tunes
Loveboxe (Jive Electro)
Reading something into Strummer's death
Looking for fun? Crush will leave you blue
Pamela Canellas's dancers jam into clubland
Holiday Gift Guide 2001
Like the Black Crowes, only not quite as stoned: Britain's Moke lights a fire
Everybody Got Their Something (Virgin)
Now That's What I Call Music! Vol. 6 (Epic Records)
Why, why, baby? Somebody please tell R. Van Winkle to give it rest.
Telemarketing, 'NSync-style, puts a journalist on a party line
Proof that today's popular music is just as good -- and bad -- as it's always been
DJ Catalyst, Brian Renda, Cat Stevens, 'NSync, Gonemad appearing with Lost and Headway, Bandit, and the Fearless Records Tour
Fire & Skill: The Songs of the Jam
Flat out Super TransAtlantic