By John J. Moser/Morning Call
May 29, 2015 Photo: Squared Photography
Roots-rocker Alejandro Escovedo played a good deal of such music Thursday at his show at Ardmore Music Hall.
The 15-song,hour-and-40-minute set included a lot of roots rock, infused with alt-country, with elements of folk and even punk in the cacophonic “Chelsea Hotel ’78.” Escovedo even included a lovely Latin-flavored, Spanish-language song in his encore.
But at its heart, it was simply… Read More
We celebrated our dear friend Ian McLagan as he would have been 70, and there was a lot of music, a lot of friends, a lot of laughs, first with KUTX and later at a party at the Continental. Just as Mac would have liked it. We are mourning the sudden loss of our dear friend Ross “Roscoe” Shoemaker due to a tragic traffic accident; and joining together to help our friend,… Read More
By Joshua Miller/Shepherd Express – Texas singer-songwriter Alejandro Escovedo is no stranger to playing Milwaukee. Every time he does, however, he seemingly has an ace up his sleeve, with different configurations of bands (from duos to full ensembles with his backing band The Sensitive Boys) and an ambitious style that ranges from country to punk rock that keeps things interesting and exciting for everyone.
“I listen to a lot of different types… Read More