Monthly Archives: July 2011

Colin Clyne – San Diego Music Award Nominee

SDMA 2011

Colin Clyne is a Scottish singer songwriter who has been nominated for this years Best Acoustic Artist at the San Diego Music Awards. Clyne has a very straight ahead deliver with no frills but plenty of depth. Got a chance to track him down and ask him a few questions before he went over seas to play a few gigs.

Dylan Proves Talent Trumps Age

BoB live

Dylan proves talent trumps age at the Orange County Fair. Like an aging blues man uninterested in retirement and existing only for the opportunity to play his songs, Bob Dylan at 70 is still challenging himself live. One of rock’s greatest chameleons, Dylan has morphed into an improvising interpreter of all the different sides of himself.

Little Hurricane – San Diego Music Award Nominee

SDMA 2011

Little Hurricane Speaks About Their San Diego Music Award Nomination.

The Heavy Guilt – San Diego Music Award Nominee

SDMA 2011

The Heavy Guilt’s In The Blood has been nominated at the San Diego Music Awards for this year’s Best Alternative Album. Here’s what they had to say about the nomination.

Low Volts – San Diego Music Award Best New Artist Nominee

SDMA 2011

San Diego Music Awards Best New Artist nominee Low Volts has a unique sound. It’s one man, a kick drum, and some nasty slide guitar licks. And it works! It’s tasty good low down blues. This ain’t a gimmick, this guy’s for real! And if recognized at the San Diego Music Awards August 8th at Humphrey’s By The Bay, Low Volts will be more than deserving to wear the Best New Artist crown.

Dead Feather Moon at The Belly Up Tavern – Concert Review

Dead Feather Moon Cd Releae

The five members of Dead Feather Moon hit the stage like they were shot out of a cannon, obviously pumped and proud to be playing their new material. And the way they played the first two songs, a combination of furious emotion and over-the-top exuberance, you had to wonder if they had anything left for the rest of the show.

Jackie Greene at The San Diego County Fair – Concert Review

Jackie Greene San Diego County Fair

Jackie Greene’s stage set up was underneath the giant slide, the upside down swing, and a kaleidoscope of whirling colors Thursday night at the San Diego County Fair. Just like the blend of blinking lights, exotic smells, and the shrieks from the rides, Greene’s sound comes across as a well-woven tapestry of different musical styles.

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