Don’t give hate a chance – Poliana Magalhães


Monthly Archives: October 2012

Album Review: ‘Jazz Album’ – Janice Vinnie Zummo

Guitarist Vinnie Zummo remains best known for his work with Joe Jackson in the 1980s, although his impressive CV covers a plethora of name acts, including Shawn Colvin, Paul Carrack and Roger Daltrey. For this album he shares title billing with his wife (and regular guest vocalist at his live shows), Janice. This first joint […]

By |October 29th, 2012|Album Review|1 Comment

Daniel Achenbach – Jamiroquai Too Young To Die


By |October 24th, 2012|Exclusive Lessons|0 Comments

So, You Want to Put on a Bass Festival?

If you are a little bit “off” like me, you may have the wild idea of putting on a bass festival. Before I get into ways of how to get started putting on a show of your own, let me tell you about the event I do. BassUp! is a bass-centric show in Atlanta. The […]

By |October 14th, 2012|BPU News|1 Comment

Album Review- ‘Hamlet’ by The Tiger Lillies

A musical version of ‘Hamlet’ probably doesn’t rank high on the list of great stage ideas. Just writing that sentence down makes one shudder, the title suggesting the worst episode of ‘Glee’ that you’ll ever see. However, for a European touring production of Shakespeare’s epic drama, the Danish acting company, Theatre Republique, have collaborated with […]

By |October 4th, 2012|Album Review|0 Comments