Late Show with David Letterman | My 10 Favorite Musical Guests

I don’t often watch late night talk shows these day, but when I did I usually tuned in for the musical guests. Now, this list is by no means comprehensive. I obviously haven’t watched the over 4000 episodes David hosted, so this is a list of the performances that I watched and that I canContinue reading “Late Show with David Letterman | My 10 Favorite Musical Guests”

The Most Heartbreaking Album Ever Recorded | Frank Sinatra’s “In The Wee Small Hours”

It’s the eve before Valentine’s Day, and having been single for a few years, this time of year always draws me to songs about headache or longing. A few years ago, I was gifted a few, remastered, audiophile vinyl records from the Capitol Records vault. One of those albums was Frank Sinatra’s album “In TheContinue reading “The Most Heartbreaking Album Ever Recorded | Frank Sinatra’s “In The Wee Small Hours””

MusicOfMyMind14’s 2014 Vinyl Selections

I purchased a lot of music in 2014. A ton of CDs, a couple of cassettes, and a few digital purchases. I’m also a lover of the vinyl format … but with the generally higher prices for vinyl, I’ve had to be a bit more selective with my decisions as to what new LP gets added toContinue reading “MusicOfMyMind14’s 2014 Vinyl Selections”

My Love Letter To First City Festival

Dear First City Festival, I think I love you. Please don’t change. I know we haven’t known each other very long. In fact … I only met you last week … but that one glorious weekend was all it took to make me want to get to know you better.

Establishing an Identity | “The Frvnk Freeman Project” | Frvnk Freeman [Album Review & Stream]

Who is Frvnk Freeman (nee Frank Freeman)? I’ve been following his musical efforts for a few years, and I’ve been waiting for his evolution. Maybe we’ve arrived. With his latest album, “The Frvnk Freeman Project”, I heard some music that got my music juices flowing.

Album Review: The Airplane Boys “Brave New World” (Mixtape)

Back in 2011 I had the pleasure of being introduced to a hip-hop group based out of Toronto, Ontario. A company I was working for was interested in bringing them in as clients, and my friend forwarded me a few tracks to check out. I’m very picky about the hip-hop I listen to.

21 Songs for the Heartbroken

Now, it’s not like someone broke my heart recently or anything, but I know that for some (myself included) listening to sad love songs after you’ve had your heart torn out of your chest by someone can often times be therapeutic … This post has been moved to the http://www.BLURREDCULTURE.com site. Head on over by CLICKINGContinue reading “21 Songs for the Heartbroken”