Tag: Nancy Rankin Escovedo (page 1 of 9)

Concert Review: Alejandro Escovedo Sings To A New Zealand That Is Forever Changed

Radio 13/by Roger Bowie/March 18, 2019 Should I stay or should I go? This was my dilemma last Friday evening as the aftermath of the Christchurch shootings unfolded on national TV and other media. Earlier I’d had the privilege of meeting Alejandro Escovedo, his wife Nancy, and support act, Christchurch’s very own Adam McGrath, at an interview and song session at the 13th Floor, with Marty Duda. It was unreal… Read More

Review, The Music: An exceptional and commanding performance

By Chris Familton/The Music – Australia – March 4, 2019 Alejandro Escovedo is a man who sings his stories with grace and grit and what made this show so special was the way he gifted us those songs to absorb and interpret while also regaling the audience with perfectly placed explanations and anecdotes that gave context to both his life and music. As a result, he held the full attention of the… Read More

The Crossing: NPR Best of Latin Music 2018

“Alejandro Escovedo is still punk, still loud and still so very vital. The Crossing is one of his best records ever for a lot of reasons,but mainly because it captures the essence of the vision he has carried since his earliest days making music.” – Felix Contreras https://www.npr.org/sections/altlatino/2018/12/10/674551714/alt-latinos-best-music-of-2018   The Crossing, Photography + Art Direction by Nancy Rankin Escovedo        … Read More
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