dave mason Archive

Current and Coming Attractions, Spring 2016

I’ve been a busy boy lately, and not just as pertains to this blog. I’ve placed features in the Colorado Springs Independent; in addition to the weekly “Sound Advice” column I share with fellow critic Loring Wirbel, I write features for that altweekly. Those appear here two weeks after they run on csindy.com and in

New Crest on an Old Wave: The Dave Mason Interview (Part Two)

Continued from Part One… Bill Kopp: This current tour [coming to Asheville’s Orange Peel on Nov. 8]  is billed as Dave Mason’s Traffic Jam. From what I’ve read, it seems that you’ll split the show between versions of material that we know from farther back, and the other part is newer material. Tell me a

New Crest on an Old Wave: The Dave Mason Interview (Part One)

Guitarist, singer and songwriter Dave Mason was born in Worcester England, halfway between London and Liverpool. A few years younger even than The Beatles‘ George Harrison, Mason came up in the sort of second wave of British rock acts, first gaining fame as a member of Traffic. Alongside Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi and Chris Wood,