Donald Gibson is a freelance music journalist and the publisher of WriteOnMusic.com. His work has appeared at No Depression, Spinner, Cinema Blend, The Seattle Post Intelligencer, Something Else! Reviews, Salon.com, and Blogcritics, where he was the Senior Music Editor (2011-2012) and Assistant Music Editor (2008-2011). He holds a B.A. in English from the University of South Florida. He can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
On her major label debut, singer/songwriter Lori McKenna releases an album of affecting, well-written music.
“Are you ready for me?” Recorded before a live audience of 180,000 in 1988, this DVD spotlights the legendary live talent of Tina Turner.
Taking the stage during a rainstorm, John Mayer performs a solid set of hits and soulful fan favorites at the Ford Amphitheatre in Tampa, Florida.
Volume 3 of the Best of Van Morrison gives an uneven impression of the legendary Irish musician.
On this fascinating DVD, the life and career of one of the most significant figures in music history is documented.
On her second album, Minnie Driver proves herself to be a talented singer/songwriter, improving on her already impressive debut.
Prince sounds artistically restrained and uninspired on his latest album, Planet Earth.
A fantastic performance by one of the 20th century's greatest entertainers.
Bryan Ferry offers candid insight into the making of his latest album, Dylanesque, but studio performances grow tedious.
The Police play an outstanding and energetic show in Tampa, Florida.