Tag Archives: Coheed & Cambria
Review: Coheed & Cambria/Mastodon (Stone Pony Summer Stage, Asbury Park NJ. June 4, 2019)
As any runner will tell you, catching up always brings its own set of problems. Especially when you’re really behind.
Fifty-five Years in Twenty-five Songs: The US Days
Part two of my musical autobiography, in which I cross the Atlantic, play hundreds of gigs, become a family man, hit bottom and change careers, all while humming, whistling, singing and/or screaming along to the following soundtrack. It’s been a … Continue reading
Posted in Thoughts from the Guv'nor Tagged "Aces High", "Babylon Sisters", "Blackbird", "Can't Win", "Heart of the Matter", "In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth, "Let It Go", "Nadine", "Pacing the Cage", "Routine", "Tell Mama", Billy Bragg, Bruce Cockburn, Chuck Berry, Coheed & Cambria, Def Leppard, Don Henley, Iron Maiden, Kyoji Yamamoto, Richard Thompson, Savoy Brown, Steely Dan, Steven Wilson, Tank Park Salute, The Beatles, The Story of a Little White Whale 5 Comments