The great thing about music is, like all art forms, it’s left to interpretation. One-hundred people could each have their own understanding of a song or performance and no one idea is right. Music is about evoking emotion and so, in turn, a show that revolves around music like the Grammys should do the same […]Read more "The 58th Annual Grammys Summed Up in 5 Minutes"
Let’s say we’re creating a budget. We have different categories like entertainment, transportation, food and bills. I vaguely remember a time when concerts were in the category of “entertainment.” They were right up there with a nice dinner, a movie or bowling. You set aside a little bit of money each week until you saved […]Read more "“I Got a Bone to Pick”"
They say music is subjective and that, as a form of art, individuals interpret the songs they hear based on their own knowledge and preferences. If that is the case, than how can the “top 100’s” that exist today truly depict the most popular songs, artists and albums of our era? The tracking and data […]Read more "America’s Top 100"
My Dad is the single most inspiring person I know. From the time I was old enough to walk I remember him pursuing and following his dreams at all costs. His family never came second to the pursuit of happiness, but all of the responsibilities that come with being a husband and a father only seemed […]Read more "Proud Daughter Moment"
The city of New Haven is known for its college towns and eclectic eateries. From the beginning, they have embraced the many cultures that make up their corner of the world – and the music that speaks for each of them. The Palace and Roger Sherman Theater has stood its ground in New Haven for eighty-nine years […]Read more "New Life for New Haven’s Palace Theater"