John Doe stopped by the City Winery in NYC in December and continued to explore Americana. Along with long time pal Cindy Sherman and a pedal steel player as well as drummer and guitarist, John put on a vigorous show […]
Some shows are meant to happen. Our good friend Mary had tipped us off that The Sadies would be appearing at The Bowery Ballroom. For those of you who don’t live in Manhattan it’s venue where cool bands come to […]
Videopoem John Doe and Exene Cervenka at the City Winery from robert dene on Vimeo. There’s a reason that John and Exene are playing sold out shows thirty years after hitting the music scene. They just keep getting better. After […]
The Radiators play a tight and warm set and the show Thursday was no exception. As part of the Rockin the River Cruise series which features boat rides out into the Hudson while band, The Radiators played before an enthusiastic […]
You can see the roots foundation of The Knitters, Kathleen Edwards and John Doe in the following Videopoem. All these artists while displaying thier own unique voice have a strong grounding in what is become known as roots music…. Knitters, […]
I took a ride over to the Hudson today in Westchester. I spent the afternoon in Rockwood Park grooving on the majestic Hudson and the wonderful scenery. This river has inspired so much wonderful music and I come back to […]
John Doe and The Sadies hit Manhattan on May 6 at The City Winery and played a rocking show. Ranging from X covers “Have Nots” to country classics such as Kris Kristofferson’s Help Me Make It Through the NightJohn Doe […]
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