Bob Dylan and Drive-By Truckers Show Announcements Are Helping Me Get Through “Coronavirus Cancel Culture”

Yes, everything this spring is cancelled.  Wake me up in June... Just when I’ve become numb to all of my plans for the next month or two being shot to Hell (please don’t fuck up Rage Against the Machine in Portland April 25th, COVID-19), two amazing shows just went on sale.  First, Robert Zimmerman, aka … Continue reading Bob Dylan and Drive-By Truckers Show Announcements Are Helping Me Get Through “Coronavirus Cancel Culture”

Say It Ain’t Corona –Treefort IX Is Postponed

Wherein, postponed > canceled… As you have no doubt heard (again and again today)... There will be a music (and yoga, film, comedy, food, brew, etc) festival in the thriving and underrated metropolis of Boise in 2020, but it gun’ be in September.  Thanks to COVID-19 and an abundance of caution/hysteria, things have been put … Continue reading Say It Ain’t Corona –Treefort IX Is Postponed

Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time – #479: Richard & Linda Thompson – I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight (1974)

You know how I always promise these posts will be quick and to the point? Short and sweet, this review shall be.  While this album is full of songs that are fine, I do have to say that I find it completely lacking of material to place it on this exclusive list.  Having said that, … Continue reading Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time – #479: Richard & Linda Thompson – I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight (1974)

Bought Some Albums Yesterday (or: Golly, I Love The Record Exchange)

Yesterday afternoon was one of those late-February days in Boise that can lull you into the fanciful notion that spring has arrived- the sun is shining, temperatures are flirting with the 60s, and things feel ALIVE.  My head knows that more cold, wind, and clouds are coming, but my heart soars as I start to … Continue reading Bought Some Albums Yesterday (or: Golly, I Love The Record Exchange)