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Theater Review (LA): One Night with Janis Joplin at the Pasadena Playhouse

The legendary rocker lives again in an extraordinarily entertaining musical show. Read More »

Music Review: Townes Van Zandt – Sunshine Boy: The Unheard Studio Sessions and Demos 1971-1972

A great collection of music offering proof of why Van Zandt's music has influenced so many who followed in his footsteps. Read More »

Book Review: Adventures of a Waterboy by Mike Scott

A deep, well-written book that manages to toe the line beautifully between grass-roots intimacy and a grand, big picture. Read More »

Music Review: Gary Lewis and The Playboys – The Complete Liberty Singles

The CD package traces the band's brief but bountiful career. Read More »

Music Review: Rosie Flores – Working Girl’s Guitar

Working Girl's Guitar presents Rosie Flores to the listener as a thoroughly delightful rockabilly guitar player and singer. Read More »

Music Review: Colin Linden – Still Live

A man whose life-long love affair with the blues shows in every note he plays and every lyric he sings. Read More »

Music Review: Jason Collett – Reckon

Intelligent songs that are neither complicated or hard work are only part of what make this a great package of music. Read More »

Music Review: Etta James – Live At Montreux 1975-1993

A new live album of older recordings from the great Etta James. Read More »

DVD Review: The Cool Ones (Warner Archive)

A lousy rock and roll movie, but production values and camp value make it worth a look. Read More »

Book Review: Abbey Road To Ziggy Stardust: Off the Record with The Beatles, Bowie, Elton and So Much More by Ken Scott and Bobby Owinski

Ken Scott has produced some of the mightiest music of the 20th Century and has written a book about it. Read More »