Here’s a look at my most recent articles and photos for Glide Magazine:
Show Review: Mike Doughty Plays Soul Coughing at Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC, 11/21/13
Festival Review: IBMA Wide Open Bluegrass, Raleigh, NC, September 2013
Album Review: Mike Doughty – Circles Super Bon Bon….
The 25th Annual Warren Haynes Christmas Jam is coming up, and as always you can look to my twitter feed (@woundedtweeter) and possibly even the Glide Magazine Twitter as well (@glidemag) for up-to-the-minute updates on all the madness in Asheville. Happy trails! Enjoy a few photos from the aforementioned shows below.
Catherine Popper of Mike Doughty Band
All Star Jam
The Infamous Stringdusters
Del McCoury Band
Enjoy these shots from The Hold Steady’s show at the Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, NC, October 14, 2012. Review is here.
If you’ve been following the Twitter feed you know that I’m currently embroiled in the Hopscotch Music Festival. Look for a review and lots of photos in a few days.
In the meantime, I wanted to post a couple of my things that went up at Glide Magazine recently: a review of Jimmy Herring’s insanely awesome new album Subject To Change Without Notice, and a review of Perpetual Groove’s August 16, 2012 show at The Lincoln Theater. See below for a few photos from that show!
My review of the Last Summer On Earth Tour stop in Raleigh is now up at Glide Magazine! See the full photo gallery in the slideshow below.
Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue stopped at the redesigned Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, NC on November 6, 2011.
My review of the September 24, 2011 Widespread Panic show is up at Glide Magazine. They’ve also got a couple of recent CD reviews of mine:
The New Mastersounds, Breaks From the Border
Mike Doughty, Yes and Also Yes
And my Hopscotch Music Festival Review and Photo Gallery. See below for photos from the Widespread Panic show.
The always fun Triple Wide put on a free show for First Friday at Raleigh’s downtown City Market and drew a large, diverse crowd. Cranking out compelling originals and people-pleasing covers from the likes of Warren Zevon, The Staples Singers, and Jimi Hendrix, the quartet proved to be the perfect complement to a steamy Friday evening. Mitch Morton of The Oatmeal Conspiracy also provided special sax accompaniment.
Triple Wide is: Dale Bryce (bass), David Daniels(drums/vocals), Whitney Pearsall (vocals), and Steven Stewart (guitar/vocals)