Friday, July 19, 2019

Music

Escort’s Adeline Michèle talks Plaza 33 concert, next album, New York City living

Brooklyn’s own Escort began in the early 2000s as the studio-based duo of Dan Balis and Eugene Cho. It wasn’t long before the duo expanded into a proper group with a reputable live show as Time...

Don’t Forget To Catch Eddie James At Ludlow Street!

  Up-and-coming, hip-hop/ soul artist, Eddie James will be playing alongside Jindai and Friendships at Pianos Wednesday May 27th at 9:30 pm; 158 Ludlow St, New York, NY 10002. You must be 21 and over to enter! Eddie James'...

Ian Brennan discusses new book, musical projects, and violence prevention

For me, the most exciting part of the article-writing process is sending the finished piece to the subject and seeing what they thought of it. After writing my article about Bob Forrest and his upcoming Joe’s...

Miranda Lee Richards talks about her Nov. 16 show at Rockwood Music Hall, her...

Miranda Lee Richards first burst onto the scene in the late 1990s as a member of The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Her tenure with the Massacre was shown in the award-winning documentary DIG! and lasted three albums...

Holly Golightly talks duets, upcoming Mercury Lounge show, two new albums

Holly Golightly – yes, her legal first and middle name, based on the character from Breakfast At Tiffany’s – has released more than two dozen albums and EPs since coming onto the scene in the...

Amel Larrieux talks Feb. 14th show at B.B. King’s, being a New Yorker, upcoming...

Amel Larrieux first came into the spotlight as one-half of Groove Theory, who helmed the mid-90s R&B hits, “Tell Me,” “Keep Tryin’” and “Baby Luv.” Amel went solo in 1999, releasing Infinite Possibilities in...