The March issue examines how the Pink Floyd survived the shift from Syd Barrett to David Gilmour — and thrived!
by John M. Borack “It was long ago, seems like yesterday…” I’m one of the many who was a fan of the Smithereens from the first time I heard them in the mid-’80s. Everything about the band resonated with me: …
With a tour preventing Bruce Springsteen from making his typical unbilled appearance, other notable names carried the load at annual N.J. fundraiser.
by John M. Borack Here’s some quick ruminations on a handful or two of discs both new and not-so-new… Maxi Dunn’s Edmund & Leo finds the UK songstress back with another pleasant collection of tunes. “Change the Record” is one …
“Smithereens 2011” is the first album of all-new material from New Jersey’s pop-rock craftsmen since 1999’s “God Save the Smithereens.” Was the wait worth it?
Veteran New Jersey-bred band reunites with producer Don Dixon for studio album
The New Jersey-bred band has experienced many significant moments along the way to reaching its 30th anniversary this year.
Growing up in New Jersey during the 1960s and 1970s, Pat DiNizio was familiar with Holly through the New York radio stations that aired his hits as well as The Beatles’ faithful rendition of Holly’s “Words of Love.”