Archive for March 25th, 2014

  • So it’s no secret that I sorely missed Anthony Fama’s presence on the stage after his departure from Doctor Bones. Now, it’s nearly a year later from that departure and ironically Doctor Bones is no more, but Fama is back. The last couple weeks I’ve been checking out his sets during his Tuesday night residencies at Long Wong’s an I’ve been duly impressed by what he has going on. I’m not honestly sure why I missed the first week, but that trespass was unforgivable, though I don’t think it was until the second week that I figured out I could...

    Anthony Fama & The Redemptions

    So it’s no secret that I sorely missed Anthony Fama’s presence on the stage after his departure from Doctor Bones. Now, it’s nearly a year later from that departure and ironically Doctor Bones is no more, but Fama is back. The last couple weeks I’ve been checking out his sets during his Tuesday night residencies at Long Wong’s an I’ve been duly impressed by what he has going on. I’m not honestly sure why I missed the first week, but that trespass was unforgivable, though I don’t think it was until the second week that I figured out I could...

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  • I’ve told the story many times before, but I think that once a year it bears repeating. Many years ago, when I was coming to terms with my musical illness and my compulsion to write about everything I heard that turned me on, I was just starting to get published outside the realm of my college newspaper, underground  publications and philosophy magazines. When I began writing, I had never intended to become a music journalist of any sort–I was way into politics and social issues, but as time would have it, the two loves of my life became entwined and ...

    The Sixth Annual International Pop Overthrow Phoenix!

    I’ve told the story many times before, but I think that once a year it bears repeating. Many years ago, when I was coming to terms with my musical illness and my compulsion to write about everything I heard that turned me on, I was just starting to get published outside the realm of my college newspaper, underground  publications and philosophy magazines. When I began writing, I had never intended to become a music journalist of any sort–I was way into politics and social issues, but as time would have it, the two loves of my life became entwined and ...

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