Editorial: Bang, bang, trouble in America/Roanoke Times/May 14, 2019
Some singers sing protest songs.
Alejandro Escovedo’s protest was to not sing a song.
In 2005, the Texas musician — who has managed to merge his diverse roots in punk rock and alternative country into a single style — learned that his most popular song, “Castanets,” was on President George W. Bush’s iPod.
That wasn’t so surprising. Bush liked a lot of what… Read More
By Damian McNairney/ Photos by Gerry McNally/May 5, 2019 – Over the past 45 years, Alejandro Escovedo, has been constantly reinventing himself; punk, balladeer, rocker, country singer, playwright, street poet and chronicler of our times, Tonight we get it all in an exhilarating show lasting 2 hours and more. There is a style and grace about the man and the performer, that evades most on the circuit, yet for Alejandro, it is… Read More
Google Translation Italian to English Full article La Provincia
Two years ago he was the protagonist of a memorable performance: today return to the 1e35Circa.
The best concert in the long history of the Canturino club All’Unaetrentacinquecirca? Difficult to establish: legendary moments have not been lacking, from the incursions of characters like Joe Henry at the very beginning, not to mention Capossela, whose name pays homage, the unforgettable presence of Rick Danko , the exuberant Popa Chubby , the first performance… Read More