Chris Harford – The Gonzo Today Interview

May 22, 2017 Doc Jeffurious Higgason 0

CHRIS HARFORD The Doc Jeffurious Interview Many words come to mind when talking about Chris Harford. His music has been described as “dark and rocking”, but always brilliant and widely dynamic. There is no denying his reputation in many circles as sort of a singer-songwriter’s, singer-songwriter. His first major record […]

Album Review: Matt Jaffe and the Distractions

March 27, 2017 GonzoToday 0

  by: Doc Jeffurious Higgason Band: Matt Jaffe and the Distractions Album: California’s Burning Label: Elm City (ECI) Rating: 3.8/5.0 Occasionally I will poke my head above the surface to see what is happening out among the littered wasteland of today’s rock music scene. Mostly, I retire back unimpressed. Everything […]

Music Review: Candy Cigarettes Self-Titled

February 27, 2017 Kidman J. Williams 0

  by: Kidman J. Williams This Portland, Oregon one-man band creates a sound that you would swear was being played by a six piece. Candy Cigarettes is headed by the highly talented singer/songwriter Lane Mueller and has earned a lot of praise and love in the highly proclaimed Portland music […]

Seeing Hendrix on Acid

January 30, 2017 Kyle K. Mann 0

By Kyle K. Mann The trick to coming on to LSD as you walked through the front door at Winterland was to take it at the perfect point on the drive in, which for us was the middle of the Golden Gate Bridge. We made it a bit of a […]

Grateful for Grateville Dead Louisville

August 5, 2016 Clayton Luce 0

[tribulant_slideshow gallery_id=”13″] By: Clayton L. Luce Slideshow and cover photo by: Michael Palmer Videography by: Steve “Shooter” Russell They did it again! Those sneaky, dirty hippies converged once more onto the pristine grounds and picturesque vistas of the Louisville Waterfront Park to commence a weekend of drinking, laughing, probably smoking […]

Kidman Williams on the New Music Section

July 15, 2016 Kidman J. Williams 0

By: Kidman J. Williams Why should you care what I think about music? Should you? Probably not.  No more than you would listen to any other music journalist. You should probably trust me more than anyone at Rolling Stone. That stone has been rolling down the side of a steep […]