Tag Archives: Bob Mould

Go See Hear In L.A. Sept. 24-25 (the “Sammy Hagar Weekend” edition)

Just wanted to circle back and offer up some weekend options for music-going. Sat. 9/24 Top Show(s): Yes, it will be a “Sammy Hagar Weekend,” or at a Sammy Hagar Saturday, hopefully. And I am referring to today’s McCabe’s show … Continue reading

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Go See Hear In L.A. May 11-17 (the Bob Mould/Andrew Bird edition)

I’ve got a crazy busy week so I will skip the preamble and get to the good stuff, and hopefully I won’t discover additional interesting shows after I hit “publish.” Wed. 5/11 You can bid farewell to the Motion City … Continue reading

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Friday Desk Clearing: New Lucinda, Old Lords Of The New Church & A Neil Young Movie Marathon

While I had a couple minutes, I thought I’d share some recent things that came across my screen. Congratulations are in order for to this year’s recipients of the Folk Alliance’s Elaine Weissman Lifetime Achievement Awards: Ramblin’ Jack Elliott (Living) … Continue reading

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Go See Hear In L.A. Sept. 23-28 (The Big Star/Dark Star Orchestra edition)

It’s one of those weeks that is filled with conflicts. Want to start your weekend with some rockin’ jams? The Dark Star Orchestra channels the Grateful Dead at the Fonda Theare, while Phish’s Trey Anastasio performs with the L.A Phil … Continue reading

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Go See Hear In L.A. June 2-8 (The Damned edition)

June starts off with a strong mix of hall of famers (John Mayall, Merle Haggard, Wanda Jackson), cool veterans (Bob Mould, Carlene Carter, Buzzcocks) and some talented younger acts (Margot and the Nuclear So & S0’s, Aoife O’Donovan, Brian Wright). … Continue reading

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Things To Look Forward To: Key Lime Pie, Pennsylvania Coal And More Songs For The Turntable

I wanted to catch you all up on some news from old favorites of the alt. 80s/90s era. Alt. country rock Drivin N Cryin are keeping busy. They have a fine new EP Songs For The Turntable, plus Drivin’s frontman … Continue reading

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Go See Hear In L.A. Oct. 29-Nov. 4 (The Devil Makes Three/Saint Etienne Edition)

This week features several acts who create an interesting blurring of music genres. Rupa and the April Fishes, one of my favorite “world” music outfits, return to the Mint on Nov. 1 in support of their latest effort Build. The … Continue reading

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