The indie music sector is very hard hit by all the self-quarantines and orders from various governors. Some, though, are keeping the show going. Continue reading “Indie musicians go virtual virtuoso as venues shut down”
The Dixie Chicks have finally released a single from their new album due out in May, and after a couple listens, I concluded the song lyrics coupled with the video, have a gaslighting issue of their own. Continue reading “Dixie Chicks’ new ‘Gaslighter’ video and lyrics have a gaslighting issue of their own”
If you’ve followed politics as long as I have, to stay sane, you have to learn to laugh at the craziness. Dustups over presidential wannabe Bernie Sanders are the latest in crazy, and fans of both Flavor Flav and Garth Brooks have had enough. Continue reading “Crazy politics put Flavor Flav and Garth Brooks fans at center of Sanders dustups”
Jenn Bostic isn’t a household name in the US. Yet. She should be. Continue reading “Jenn Bostic sets up online show before UK tour—only 32 tickets left”
Blake Shelton is traditionally thought of as a country music star, but with a new duet, it looks like the crooner is going full pop. A new release, “Nobody but You”, a duet with his heart throb Gwen Stefani, got tongues to wagging on social media. Are Stefani and Shelton getting married? Already married? Whatever.
The main question I’d like to ask Shelton, after listening to tepid lyrics and a score that sounds close to a Broadway musical number, is:
Are you going full pop on us? Continue reading “With new duet, is country crooner Shelton going full pop?”