Personally, I go on record predicting another Grammy for Snarky Puppy for this great, first studio (no live audience) disc from my favs in about 5 years. It’s been on rotation in my car’s CD changer for 6 months now and is my standard drive time disc.  My personal favorites are proablyContinue Reading

Earphunk is a New Orleans progressive funk band Website: Facebook page:   Jake and Michael Comeaux, bass                      Continue Reading

Earphunk took over Terminal West on Thursday night and delivered a high powered non-stop, booty shaking, earth quaking, sonic boom of a performance.  The five piece progressive funk out of New Orleans mixes deep fonky bass lines with extra terrestrial synth and guitar work. Paul Provosty delivers some mind alteringContinue Reading

  How do you feel when you leave a great concert compared to when you first went in? For me, I know I always feel better, mentally and physically, tired as I may be.  I’m very interested in what music is doing to my mind and body to create suchContinue Reading

Simply put, Corinne Bailey Rae is one of the most wonderful singers in the world today!  Beautiful, spiritual, musical, warm, amazing — use any superlative you want — they all fit.  Standing in the rain 1/2 hour early, getting drenched, was worth ever second to see and hear Corinne pourContinue Reading

Balkan Beat Box One of the most energetic acts you’ll ever see and few in the crowd had ever heard of – BBB kicked off the entire festival into high gear.  Their set included many of my favorites including Bulgarian Chicks, Digital Monkey and Part of the Glory.  Of courseContinue Reading

Bring the Lowrider Band to ATL! This band had 4 original members from the incredible, legendary War, including Lee Oskar.  Their mark on the music industry is phenomenal.  Follow them and lets bring them to one of our great venues – Aisle 5, Venkman’s, City Winery, even Terminal West.  Continue Reading

A super fun site to find bands and artists you might like based on your current mood or musical taste.  Type in a band name and see what you find! Music MapContinue Reading

Anyone who grew up with funk and soul in the 70s watched Soul Train.  And all of those funkateers and wannabees (like me) watched the line dancing.  Cheryl Song reigned as the queen of the line dance for 14 years! Nice interview can be found here: Interview with Cheryl SongContinue Reading