My review of a documentary (streaming on Apple TV+) about the making of Bruce Springsteen’s latest album, his first with the E Street Band since 2014.
Here’s my review of a new documentary about Harry Chapin, the 1970s singer/songwriter/activist who was one of music’s greatest storytellers, with whom I always felt a personal connection.
I can’t think of anyone else who has appeared in two truly great concert movies — but David Byrne has, thanks to “American Utopia,” a filmed version of his hit Broadway show, now streaming on HBO Max. Here’s my review.
Singer/songwriter Jerry Jeff Walker died Friday at 78, so the Picture Of The Day is a clip of him singing his most famous tune, which became a hit for both the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Sammy Davis Jr.
If this Picture Of The Day bit of fun from the San Francisco Symphony doesn’t put a smile on your face, have someone check to see if you still have a pulse.
I always thought Joni Mitchell had written this song for her “Court and Spark” album, until I read an obit today about Annie Ross, who not only wrote it, but recorded it 2 decades before Joni. Here she is performing it on a Hugh Hefner TV show.
For the Picture Of The Day, here are Dave Mason and fellow classic rockers (known collectively as the Quarantines) with an updated-from-home version of his 1968 hit, “Feelin’ Alright.”
Here are reviews of five things I’ve watched lately, including a stage bio of Ann Richards, a new standup special from Greg Warren, a documentary about The Band, a Lily Tomlin/Julia Garner drama, and a movie about a voyeur with Asperger syndrome.