Considering buying the KISS Destroyer 45th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition? Read my review of this box set, and watch the video below where I provide a page-by-page look at the coffee table hardback book included in this special edition package.
The Schultz-Hill Foundation was established in 2002 to promote and support arts, history, and education in South Jersey. On August 5, Schultz-Hill celebrated its 20th anniversary with a performance by Grammy award-winning music icon Melissa Manchester.
Tenacious D is back! This time with an audiobook. The Road to Redunktion is an Audible Original about the history of the greatest band in the world: Tenacious D. Jack Black and Kyle Gass take listeners on a nearly two-hour journey as part of this latest entry in the popular Words + Music series from Audible. You can buy your copy of The Road to Redunktion on Amazon right now. Read on for more details about this epic audiobook from Tenacious D.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Journey band member Jonathan Cain releases his solo studio album, Arise, today (May 27) from Identity Records with The Fuel Music distribution. Resonating with joy and a profound sense of God’s power and grace, the recording offers a wake-up call to the Church and is this iconic artist’s sixth faith-inspired, full-length project since 2016. As with all of Jon’s music, this album is spectacular. Read on for more details, including a couple music videos from his new album, Arise.
The Merriam-Webster Word of the Day is uncanny. Read on for what it means, how it’s used, and more, including a video of Daryl Hall and Kenny Loggins singing the Hall & Oates song “It’s Uncanny” during an episode of Live at Daryl’s House. Enjoy!
Stephen Bishop’s memoir, On and Off, is now available! I had the honor of interviewing Stephen about his book and career, and he couldn’t have been nicer. Now that I’ve read his autobiography, I have an even greater appreciation for him as a person and an artist. Read on for my thoughts on On and Off.
Melissa Manchester is a Grammy-award-winning musician whose understanding and appreciation for her craft is second to none. She’s also a delightful human being, and I’m happy to call her a friend. Celebrating 50 years in the music industry, Melissa is an artist who continues to be an inspiring creative force. Just released, Melissa Manchester Live ’77 is a live album that’s seeing the light of day for the first time in 45 years. I had the pleasure of interviewing Melissa about this vibrant, energetic recording from the vault; and we also discussed a myriad of other topics, including Lady Gaga, Barry Manilow, Tony Bennett, how the pandemic affected her as an artist, and so much more. You can watch the full video interview below, and I hope you enjoy it.