Between day-job commitments, (happy) personal matters, and blog-related travel, these are busy days at Musoscribe World Headquarters. My goal is to deliver fresh, new content – usually 500-1000 words – every business day. And for more than three years going, I’ve kept to that goal nearly every day. Every rare so-often, however, I just don’t quite get a piece done in time for my self-imposed deadline schedule. Today’s one of those days. So instead I’ll take a moment to give a preview of upcoming content. Because, you see, I never, ever seem to run out of material.
Upcoming reviews of reissue/archival release include titles from Mitch Ryder, Toots Thielemans, Nektar, King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Vince Guaraldi, The Outlaws, Brewer & Shipley, Sanford & Townsend, Clover, Jackie Gleason, Graham Parker & the Rumour, Grateful Dead, The Residents, Cannonball Adderley, Dave Brubeck, Thelonious Monk, Dion, The Bill Evans Trio, Jerry Lee Lewis, Thin Lizzy, John Coltrane, Tangerine Dream, The Jackson 5 and much, much more.
I’ll be covering new music from Renaissance, Phil Manzanera, Bill Nelson, Brian Lisik, The Coal Porters, The JAC, plus much more.
Upcoming interviews include The Tubes’ Bill Spooner, The Durocs, Shoes, and Jeremy Spencer. And oh-so-much more, including more post-show coverage of the recent Americana Music Association Conference and Festival.
So stay tuned. And thanks — as always — for reading.
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