by John M. Borack A horde of pop music talent took to the stage to celebrate the music of the Beatles’ classic White Album as the Los Angeles-based musical aggregation known as the Wild Honey Orchestra – along with a gaggle …
by John M. Borack The music of the Beatles – specifically the Revolver and Abbey Road records – was celebrated at a very special benefit concert at the Wilshire-Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles last month. Both of the iconic Beatles …
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame draws The Ames Brothers from the ’50s, The Searchers from the ’60s, KC from the ’70s and The Bangles from the ’80s
Hoffs leaves The Bangles’ poppy sound behind with “Someday,” a new collection of heartfelt and introspective songs inspired by her love of 1960s-era music.
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Susanna Hoffs and The Grateful Dead have a history together.
It comes full circle with Hoffs and power-pop architect Matthew Sweet doing “Sugar Magnolia” on the Under The Covers Vol. 2 collection, which finds the pair covering some of their favorite songs of the ’70s. “I just have had so many weird experiences somehow in my life with The Grateful Dead,” says Hoffs.