Category: CD Reviews

Modern Love Affair – Alan McGeoch

When one of the Red Hot Chilli Pipers gave me an FB-heads-up about his recently released CD, I was like… so, how can I get to hear this? …

Eddie Manion – NIGHTLIFE

  Released towards the end of last year, NIGHTLIFE, lifts the lid – or in Eddie Manion’s case, his signature Fedora – on a collection of tracks that…

Marie Batchelder – In Our Own Time

Every once in a while it happens… a “sound” leaps out at you, hooks its way into your head and refuses to go away. Evocative melodies… a vocal…

Nizlopi – a seven letter word containing three vowels, four consonants and three syllables… and so much more!!

A seven-letter word containing three vowels, four consonants and three syllables… hmmm… kinda sounds like something you might see on a Scrabble board, right? Maybe… but… beyond the…

Micky Kemp and the Asbury Jukes!

The “Micky Kemp Story” really began for me last November when I saw him perform an acoustic opening set for Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes at their…

Jarrett Dean – Under Shades of Blue

“Do you like bands like Matchbox Twenty, Fuel, Nickelback, Counting Crows, Tonic, Vertical Horizon, 3rd Eye Blind & LIVE?” asks the speech bubble on the front of the…

Joey Stann – Family Tree

Longtime Jukes saxophone player, Joey Stann, launched his début album, Family Tree, at Jukestock  – three days of Peace, Love and Jukes that took place at the Holiday…

James Deely – El Corazon Negro

Back in ’88, Backstreets magazine ran a feature which named eight New Jersey bands who were tipped to be rising stars of the 1988 shore music scene.  One…

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