It May Be the End of the Road for Classic Rockers Performing Big Gigs

The following article appeared in yesterday’s print edition of The Daily Times in my weekly Rock Music Menu column under the title “We may have seen the last of classic rockers on the road.” Did you catch the Rolling Stones at the Linc last summer? How about Paul McCartney at Citizens Bank Park back in July 2016?... Continue Reading →

Attempts to Restart Live Shows Draw Praise and Criticism

The following article appeared in yesterday’s edition of The Daily Times in my weekly Rock Music Menu column under the title “Live music events bring mix of praise and criticism.” States across the country are beginning to test the waters of reopening non-essential businesses, some taking more careful measures in hopes of avoiding a spike in Covid-19... Continue Reading →

Don’t Expect to Attend Live Concerts Anytime Soon

The following article appeared in yesterday's edition of The Daily Times in my weekly Rock Music Menu column under the title "Unfortunately, in-person live music won’t be returning anytime soon." States across the country are beginning to reveal their plans to reopen in the wake of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, hoping to restore some sense... Continue Reading →

Live Review: James Bay Returns to Boston

Following the unexpected cancellation of his fall 2018 North American tour, James Bay is back at it with a bunch of rescheduled dates. Last night was Boston, and my review is up over at Vanyaland. Check it out here. Also, it's worth revisiting what drew me to Bay in the first place, back when he... Continue Reading →

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