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May 15, 2020

Gideon King Unties Love Knot

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by Randy Patterson

Posted May 2020   As readers of Boomerocity already know,…
May 12, 2020

Adrian Vandenberg Talks '2020'

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by Randy Patterson

Posted May 2020   Photo by Stefan SchipperBoomerocity is dedicated…
May 07, 2020

Ken Mansfield Discusses The 50th Anniversary of Let It Be

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by Randy Patterson

Posted May 2020 Over the past couple of years, the…
April 30, 2020

Chris P. James Talks About The Burrito Brothers, Their New LP, and The Legacy of the Band

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by Randy Patterson

Posted May 2020 For those who may not have heard…
April 23, 2020

Keith Howland Talks 25 Years With Chicago

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Posted April 2020   The coronavirus has affected every aspect…
April 21, 2020

Cosmo Clifford Shares A Glimpse Through The Magic Window

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by Randy Patterson

Posted April 2020 Photo by Brent Clifford croppedCreedence Clearwater Revival.…
April 17, 2020

Kristen Stills Speaks Autism

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by Randy Patterson

Posted April 2020 Posted April 2020 Autism. According to the…

Concerts/Performances

Jake Shimabukuro - Nashville, TN - January 2020

Jake Shimabukuro The City Winery – Nashville, TN January 29th, 2020 I’ve already flogged myself in my recent review of Jake Shimabukuro’s new CD, Trio, (here) so I won’t do it again. I’ve learned my lesson. So much so that I attended his show last night at The City Winery.…

Foreigner with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra & Chorus

Foreigner with the Nashville Symphony & Chorus Schermerhorn Symphony Center - Nashville, Tennessee January 16, 2020 Last night I attended one of the most amazing musical events that I’ve ever attended in a very long time. The pairing of the legendary band, Foreigner, with yet another world class symphony, The…

Handel's Messiah - Nashville Symphony and Chorus

Handel’s Messiah Conducted by: Giancarlo Guerrero and Chorus Director, Tucker Biddlecombe Nashville Symphony & Chorus, Mary Wilson (soprano), Elizabeth Batton (mezzo soprano), Andrew Williams (bass), and Garrett Sorenson Schermerhorn Symphony Center – Nashville, Tennessee December 19, 2019   No. This is not a review mistakenly running on Boomerocity. Yes. I…

CD/Album Reviews

One Summer Day / My Juliette

One Summer Day / My Juliette Justin Hayward Label: Eagle Rock Entertainment Release Date: March…

James Robert Webb

James Robert Webb CD: James Robert Webb Label: Bison Creek Records Release Date: May 1,…

The Funk, the Soul & the Holy Groove

The Funk, the Soul & the Holy Groove Deltaphonic Label: Deltaphonic Release Date: April 3,…

Wild and Free

Wild and Free Albert Castiglia Band Label: Gulf Coast Records Release Date: April 3, 2020…

Film

Street Survivors: The True Story Of The Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash

Street Survivors: The True Story Of The Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash Studio: Cleopatra Entertainment Review…

ZZ Top: That Little Ol’ Band From Texas

ZZ Top: That Little Ol’ Band From Texas ZZ Top Studio: Eagle Rock Entertainment Release…

HYMN: Sarah Brightman In Concert

HYMN: Sarah Brightman In ConcertSarah BrightmanDVD/CD It has been said that immensely talented (and drop…

Book Reviews

Rockonomics: A Backstage Tour of What The Music Industry Can…

Rockonomics: A Backstage Tour of What The Music Industry Can Teach Us About…

Stoned: Photographs & Treasures from Life with the Rolling Stones

Stoned: Photographs & Treasures from Life with the Rolling StonesAuthor: Jo WoodPublisher: CassellReview…

The Beatles From A TO ZED: An Alphabetical Mystery Tour

The Beatles From A TO ZED: An Alphabetical Mystery TourAuthor: Peter AsherPublisher: Henry…

Me: Elton John

Me: Elton JohnAuthor: Elton JohnAudio Book: Alternately read by Elton John and Taron…

Album Art

Losing My Obscurity

Aldous Huxley once said, "I'm afraid of losing my obscurity.  Genuineness only thrives in the dark. Like celery."  A friend recently remarked that he didn’t know “where the hell” I got many of my albums. He said he had never heard of most of the artists and/or the singers, so…

What a Long Strange Trip It's Been

In the wacky world of record album collecting, you are bound to run across some strange items related to records along your journey. Some are strange because of the passage of time, making them basically unlistenable with more modern turntables. Others are just downright unusual. Here are a few of…

Where Do We Go From Here?

“You can’t take it with you.” You’ve heard that often enough, probably more often if you are a collector. “The person at the end with the most toys wins.” You’ve likely heard that as well, or maybe you said it in response to the person who told you that you…

Featured Photo

 

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Our Featured Photo by Boomerocity friend and famed rock photographer, Rob Shanahan (robshanahan.com), is of the late, great Dr. John who we lost over the summer.

Click here to read our commemoration of the late drummer. Also, check out more of Rob's work at RobShanahan.com!

 

 

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