Today’s music video is in black and white so you know it’s a very important one. Today it’s Deerhunter with “Helicopter”. Enjoy!
We hold a monthly charity concert at Paulie’s in Pleasantville on the second Friday of the month. Our next show is Feb 10th with Black Taxi and the lovely Victoria Herrmann opening. Yes that is one brilliant double bill. March 9th Burlap to Cashmere Opening band: The Callen Sisters April 21 The Attic Ends Opening … Read More
If I may be so bold as to steal a line from my friend as he described Black Taxi. “This band is so good that if you don’t have plans I’ll see you at the concert and if you do have plans – cancel them and I’ll see you at the concert”. I think what … Read More
Thanks to BNK Productions for the recordings. This was recorded at Paulie’s in Pleasantville for the NEXT charity concert series. Playlist: Intro Lightning Inside Flow Love Anthem My Pet Dragon is a must see live band. They put on a show. Hopefully I’ll see you out a show. Don’t miss Black Taxi on Feb 10th
Today’s music video comes to us from the band Dawes. The song is called “Time Spent In Los Angeles”. If you haven’t heard it you should probably get out from under the rock you live under. It’s a pretty big song right now and for good reason. Enjoy!
Yesterday before the game between the Patriots and Ravens Steven Tyler sent the entire nation into a tizzy. What was Steven Tyler’s crime against the country? He sang the national anthem. The problem people really had was that Steven Tyler sang the national anthem like well Steven Tyler. How dare Steven Tyler sound like Steven … Read More
The news has just come out that Joe Paterno has died at the age of 85. One could say a broken heart was the cause of death, though the lung cancer that he was diagnosed with will likely be on the death certificate. How to deal with his legacy? It’s too soon, of course. Time … Read More
Live music keeps you young at heart. Live music for a charity event saves your soul. I need to thank the bands that have played during our charity concert series. They make brilliant music but maybe more importantly they are good, generous and glorious people. Please support these bands. Buy a cd. A Tee shirt. … Read More