Monday, July 2 2001
is one of the more compelling performers in contemporary country, a musical landscape cluttered with well dressed divas (and sometimes their husbands), Hat Acts, and an unsettling new interest in 'boy bands'.
Saturday, June 30 2001
G. Love threatened to take James Brown's title for Hardest Working Man in Show Business away from him recently -- at least for the night he was playing Park City.
Friday, June 29 2001
. They eschew attention, yet they're media darlings. Reactions to their recent recordings are anything but lukewarm, yet they refuse to explain themselves. They transform studio-centric creations into live songs that are both towering and incandescent, yet they tour infrequently.
Tuesday, June 26 2001
the dubious distinction of 'supergroup'. Yet they're all still anonymous enough that you don't get the pretension that is usually attached to anything 'super'.
Sunday, June 24 2001
Thursday, June 21 2001
Wednesday, June 20 2001
Thursday, June 14 2001
Wednesday, June 13 2001
successfully wooed a near sellout crowd for it's first D.C. show on this tour. The crowd loved the band; the band loved the crowd. We all loved one another.
Monday, May 28 2001
29 May 2001: Manchester Apollo - Manchester, England.
Wednesday, May 23 2001
24 May 2001: Troubadour - Los Angeles.
24 May 2001: The Mercury Lounge - New York.
Tuesday, May 22 2001
23 May 2001: Village Underground - New York.
Tuesday, May 1 2001
Icelandic musical phenomena Sigur Rós are the epitome of youth and isolation.
Monday, April 30 2001
1 May 2001: Irving Plaza - New York.
Thursday, April 19 2001
20 April 2001: Town Hall - New York.
Sunday, April 8 2001
9 April 2001: Black Cat - Washington DC.
Tuesday, March 20 2001
It was a real joy to see Mr. Hagerty play his guitar.
Monday, March 19 2001
20 March 2001: Dave's on Dickson - Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Friday, March 16 2001
I am slipping into nothingness. A strange nothingness this is though: a nothingness with substance.