15 hrs ago
The Garage: Jacks stays busy, still fishing for ways to connect
Soon, possibly this spring, Regenerator Records will release an anthology titled Starfish on the Beach that will include his solo recordings and, inevitably, "Seasons in the Sun."
This Is Bristol
REVIEW: The Tyburn Tree: John Harle and Marc Almond, Colston Hall...
IT'S 33 years since Marc Almond became a household name as the frontman of Soft Cell but he has never been an artist to rest on his laurels.
first of DAC Stage's spring productions
Darien Arts Center's spring performances, produced by DAC Stage, will be "Sirens" in March and "Jacques Brel is Alive and Living in Paris" in May. "Sirens," by Deborah Zoe Laufer, was acclaimed when it played at the 2010 Humana Festival of New American Plays as it explored the poignancy of a once-passionate relationship that has lost its sizzle ... (more)
'Sirens' first of DAC Stage's spring productions
Stamford's Sarah Smegal and Darien's Joseph Maker rehearse for the Darien Arts Center Stage play "'Sirens," which opens Friday, March 14. Photo: Contributed Photo, Contributed Sarah Smegal, Joseph Maker, Mario Fuentes, Anthony Tedesco, Carin Zakes and Steve Simmons prepare for the upcoming production of "Sirens" at Darien Arts Center Stage that ... (more)
I'll miss you most of all, Scarecrow...
Last night I saw BREL: The Words and Music of Jacques Brel . It's a must-see show if you're in Wellington.
Review: Brel: The Words and Music of Jacques Brel
The intimate and cabaret- like atmosphere of James Cabaret is an ideal venue for Silos Theatre's exhilarating and vibrant show Brel: The Words and Music of Jacques Brel.
Preview: The Words and Music of Jacques Brel
If a cabaret show of local legends performing hauntingly beautiful songs isn't enough to entice audiences, Julia Deans thinks the chance to see rocker Jon Toogood in a shirt and tie is.
Netroots Radio Presents: "Who Were For A Time And Now Are Not"
I'm Special Agent DJ Justice ; Radio Host and Program Director for Netroots Radio.com; and I'm manning the dials, spinning the discs, warbling the woofers, putting a slip in your hip and a trip to your hop.
Trey Spruance of Secret Chiefs 3 on Slayer, Stravinsky, and the Possibility of Reuniting Mr. Bungle
As a driving force behind not one but two of the most challenging experimental rock bands to ever emerge from the Bay Area, guitarist Trey Spruance has been blurring and shredding the boundaries between musical genres for approaching three decades.