Music Stories

No GrammySo the Dave Matthews Band came away empty-handed from this year’s Grammy Awards (in its nominated category of "Best Rock Performance By A Duo or Group With Vocal” for “The Space Between”) after...read more Mar 21st, 2002
John McCutcheonRuss Perry, one of the architects involved in designing a new home for Live Arts, the Second Street Gallery, and Light House, began the evening, a fundraising concert for those organizations, by...read more Mar 14th, 2002
Bluegrass double latte “I've actually heard Bluegrass fans say they would rather hear bad bluegrass than good anything else,” Danny Barnes has written. “That's a pretty punk rock thing to say, come to think of it,”...read more Mar 7th, 2002
Jonathan Richman is so confusing  For more on Richman and how he fits into the cult of importance, check out Thomas Fallace’s essay on page 43.—ed. Known for a pair of pop music singularities divided by two decades, the first...read more Feb 28th, 2002
Surfacing ghosts  Faster Than Walking at Miller’s Tuesday, February 12   As we approached the door and noted only a lonely table perched on the raised, coop-like stage in the fishbowl of Miller’s front...read more Feb 21st, 2002
Cool Curreri conquers all Paul Curreri gives you the wonderful options of reading his stand-alone worthy words, or listening to unassumingly complex playing, or, if you’ve got the time and desire to drop your jaw for a bit,...read more Feb 14th, 2002
ON THE PROWL- It's like glue: two ounces of pain go their own, long wayRosie ThomasWhen We Were Small(Sub Pop) It doesn't seem quite right to call this Detroit-born, Seattle-based girl's album ambitious– its 10 tracks come in just under 37 minutes, most of which...read more Feb 7th, 2002
MUSIC REVIEW- Faded memory: The lady and the trampread more Jan 1st, 2014