CD Review: Billie Joe + Norah, Foreverly

By: Molly Segers On paper Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones’ new record Foreverly, a re-recording of the Everly Brothers’ record Songs Our Daddy Taught Us, from 1958, doesn’t exactly add up. The punk rock guy and jazz singer dueting on folk/Americana classics just doesn’t scream obvious. All that said, the resulting album is so […]

Album Review: Lady Gaga, ARTPOP

Lady Gaga’s ARTPOP hit the shelves today, always the trendsetter she went against the industry standard of releasing records on Tuesday.  Much like her last record, 2011’s Born This Way, this is not a record that instantly wins you over. She challenges her listeners lyrically and sonically, to say nothing of her image. She adds […]

Picture Book & Live Review: Backstreet Boys at Chastain Park Amphitheater

Picture Book By: Deidra Pinion Live Review By: Molly Segers Backstreet Boys paid a visit to Chastain Park Amphitheater Thursday August 22 to celebrate their 20th anniversary and their new record, In a World Like This. Seeing a “boy band” that’s been doing their boy band thing for so long is a unique experience, whether […]

Preview: Rob Sheffield – Turn Around Bright Eyes, Releases on August 6

By Molly Segers If you’re looking for your next summer read, best-selling author Rob Sheffield is gracing the world with his third musical memoir, Turn Around Bright Eyes. You might know him from his epic commentary on various VH1 clip shows or his writing for Rolling Stone. More importantly, he is a master of recounting […]

Matt Nathanson: Last of the Great Pretenders- Drops Tuesday, July 16th

By Molly Segers Matt Nathanson’s, Last of the Great Pretenders, his eighth studio album, packs all of the acoustic love songs, visual lyrics, sprinkled with dancy moments we’ve come to love and expect from him and polishes it up into a crisp classic pop record, complete with some handclaps and “ooh-oohs”. All of this comes […]

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