I’m so thrilled about these upcoming events (3/7-5/4: two concerts, a play, and a lecture) that I’m inviting everyone. I’ll be buying my tickets in the next two weeks—and none of them are more than $25. Charles Bradley will be at Exit/In in Nashville on May 4th; the others are all in Louisville, through the […]
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Before I get to my quick review, I’m happy to report that it’s not too late to see Led Zeppelin “live” (on the big screen). U.S. cinemas will be doing a reprise of the 2007 reunion concert, originally released in theaters on October 17th, this Tuesday (November 13th, 2012) at 7:30 p.m. I’m sure there […]
A one-page, condensed list of SPIN’s 30 Best Fall Tours: Skrillex (9/2-11/12, *Skream Benga, Nero, et al) Portishead (10/1-10/27) Cymbals Eat Guitars (9/20-10/27) Wilco (9/13-10/5) Battles (10/1-11/1) Kanye West and Jay-Z (10/29-12/18) Feist (10/29-12/6) Beirut (9/21-11/13) Das Racist (9/12-11/7) EMA (10/7-10/30) Blink-182/My Chemical Romance (Now-10/8, *Manchester Orchestra, Matt & Kim) Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks […]
Part concert review, part travel log, this is the brief account of an excursion this past Sunday to the capital city of Ohio. Yes, this is the third blog entry this year that I’ve mentioned Robyn.
In a few hours, America’s favorite gawking event will begin, first with the red carpet at 7pm EST on ABC followed by the awards from 8:30-11:30. Here are my predictions. I’ll probably be Tweeting and on Facebook during the event.
I met J. R. less than a year ago through The Great Michael Vine. J. R. shares my burden of saving the world. He is a lab rat and freelance journalist and writes for Scientific American and LiveScience. His book about the universe was published in 2009. Follow him on Twitter.com/JRMinkel. Hello, Zepfanman.com readers!! Are you […]