Author: Sharyl Holtzman (page 2 of 28)

Review: “Alejandro Escovedo Returns to Rock”

Bill Kopp/MusoScribe/Colorado Springs Independent/February 20, 2017 – Throughout the course of his long and musically varied career, Alejandro Escovedo has explored many musical forms: punk, country, rock and more. Back in 1998, the influential music magazine No Depression named him its Artist of the Decade. And while his recent string of albums found him working closely with celebrated David Bowie producer Tony Visconti, for 2016’s Burn Something Beautiful, Escovedo decided, as he’s… Read More

Go West-Tour kicks off Feb 16 with Jesse Malin

“What an incredible Sunday night was lined-up as the Alejandro Escovedo / Jesse Malin tour blew away the faithful…the constantly touring Escovedo is riding the wave with his just released Burn Something Beautiful album…the build-up from acoustic to electric hit epic proportions after “Sally Was A Cop” when Escovedo unleashed the loud, fast and distorted “Luna De Miel” and “Johnny Volume” before the final song of the main set “Chelsea Hotel ‘78”… Read More

SiriusXM Outlaw Country: Exclusive In-Studio Performance, talk with Mojo Nixon

The band had a blast on the east coast, and one of the highlights was hanging out at SiriusXM to record an exclusive in-studio performance with the Burn Something Beautiful Band, preceded by a conversation with longtime friend Mojo Nixon “The Loon in the Afternoon”. If you missed the debut airing, you can catch it: Friday 2/3 7 pm ET; Saturday 2/4 9 am & 5 pm ET; and Sunday 2/5 noon… Read More
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