Nederpop, Music of the Hague

By Edward Jennings, on 24 Mar, 2013

The year was 1970. The group was Shocking Blue, Dutch musicians from The Hague with a #1 US Hit on February 7, 1970 “Venus“. I remember attending Career Academy Broadcasting... Read More

Pink Floyd 40th Anniversary, Unite to Darken the Moon

By Edward Jennings, on 21 Mar, 2013

Wow has it been 40 years already since the release of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon? I remember well March 17, 1973 when that recording debuted (US release... Read More

John Mayer Leverages Social Networking

By Edward Jennings, on 18 Mar, 2013

John Mayer is on the mend and will be announcing this week his Born & Raised Tour 2013 plans. John Mayer, his technical management team are collaborating with Billboard.Biz to hosting... Read More

Record Store Day 2013 – This Year’s Ambassador is Jack White!

By Edward Jennings, on 19 Feb, 2013

Looking past the doldrums of Winter 2013 to a better Spring and Record Store Day 2013 which this year will be Saturday April  20th. I think it’s just the best... Read More

Music Journalism A-Z – Jenny Eliscu

By Edward Jennings, on 05 Feb, 2013

Jenny Eliscu I am taking a sharp 90 degree turn with the music journalism A-Z series. Today’s music blog post is about Jenny Eliscu. I want to recognize Jenny Eliscu’s... Read More

Music Journalism A-Z – Lester Bangs

By Edward Jennings, on 02 Feb, 2013

Music journalist Lester Bangs forged a lasting impression on my music psyche. Lester Bangs Lester Bangs was widely considered to be the most influential critic of rock and roll. He wrote for CREEM,... Read More

The Oxford American, Southern Music Issue 2012, Louisiana

By Edward Jennings, on 30 Jan, 2013

I happened upon the Southern music 2012 issue of Oxford American at Barnes & Noble yesterday. I first blogged about their annual Southern music issue last year which covered Mississippi. The Winter 2012... Read More

A Visual Compendium of Guitars – Pop Chart Labs

By Edward Jennings, on 29 Jan, 2013

Digital print continues to advance visual interpretation with eye appealing content. Direct from Brooklyn, NY, the music capital of the world we find an exceptional catalog of 64 famed guitars, A... Read More

NYC JazzFest Coverage: Part I

By George Raphael, on 29 Jan, 2013

The staircase down to the main stage of Le Poisson Rouge was swathed in pink, the slow rasp of drums and soft twinkles of a piano slinking under the long,... Read More

Eric Burdon – NYC Appearances, His New Recording Drops Tomorrow

By Edward Jennings, on 28 Jan, 2013

This is an exciting time for Eric Burdon fans. Eric Burdon‘s solo album, ‘Til Your River Runs Dry on ABCKO drops tomorrow 1/29. Burdon’s new album coincides with the 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE... Read More

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