See also Why You Can’t Get Tickets to See Your Favorite Performers here. I copied this article published last year in from an ABC News page. So let me say up front that this is copyright © ABC news and all the content is theirs. … Continue reading Why are Concert Tickets Priced So High?
This is radio nowhere, is there anybody alive out there? Is there anybody alive out there? I just want to hear some rhythm I just want to hear some rhythm I want a thousand guitars I want pounding drums I want a million different voices … Continue reading Radio, radio (final of 4)
See also Why Are Concert Tickets Priced So High? here. Bruce Springsteen is touring behind the re-packaging and re-release of his classic 1980 album, “The River.” We hadn’t seen him a few years so I thought, well, let’s give it a shot. Tickets were $150, which … Continue reading Why You Can’t Get Tickets to See Your Favorite Performers
The third in a random series of posts on how we listen to music. Part 1 is here, part 2 is here. Try though I might, I can’t remember anything specific music-wise about the year 1981. New wave had been around for a couple of … Continue reading Radio, Radio (3) MTV to CD
The second in a random series of musings about the way we listen to music. Part 1 is here. The guy in the picture is Charles Laquidara, arguably the pre-eminent DJ on Boston’s WBCN for many years…. In the late ‘60’s, early ‘70’s there was a ton … Continue reading Radio, Radio (2)
The first in a random series of musings about the way we listen to music … I was tuning in the shine on the light night dial Doing anything my radio advised With every one of those late night stations Playing songs bringing tears to … Continue reading Radio, radio (1)