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Anders Osborne – “Spacedust and Ocean Views” Of the 40 to 50 songs that Anders Osborne wrote for “Spacedust and Ocean Views,” only 12 made it onto the album released Friday, March 18. The blues […]
Kanye West – “The Life Of Pablo” Kanye’s behavior has been pretty off the charts lately and that includes the release of his latest album, “The Life Of Pablo.” He even made the name of the album […]
It was hard to compile a list of my favorite albums of 2015. There were so many great releases and a lot of stuff just didn’t make the cut. I started out with 25 albums […]
This week The High Note Blog is excited about new releases from band collaborators stepping out on their own. Martin Courtney of Real Estate released “Many Moons,” today Friday, Oct. 30 and Phish frontman Trey […]
This week we hear fresh sounds from Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller, psychedelic electronic artist Youth Lagoon and rapper Chief Keef. “Crosseyed Heart” is only the third studio release by Keith […]
Today, there are two highly anticipated album releases by two critically acclaimed artists that are exploring the territory of blues and classical music, and pulling it through a modern wormhole. What can’t Ben Folds do? The […]
New Releases from John Mayall, Iron Maiden, Against Me! and Miley Cyrus The English bluesman John Mayall surprised me with a new release this week. The founder of John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers released his […]
By SHAUN SMITH
ATLANTIC CITY – As they streamed out of Boardwalk Hall, concert-goers were high-fiving security and whooping it up into the night Saturday, Nov. 2 following the last night of a three-night stand. The historic convention center on the Boardwalk was submerged with strange sights and sounds as Phish closed out its fall 2013 tour beginning on Halloween.
“The ‘Jibboo’ last night was worth the price of admission,” one fan said leaving Saturday evening. The band last played “Gotta Jibboo,” 19 shows prior, on July 30, 2013 in Lake Tahoe, according to Phish.net.