How many would you accept? How many band members add up to a legitimate band? These days a band that consists of all it’s original members, like U2, is an extremely rare thing. Bands like Kansas, Foreigner, Styx and Journey are the norm. Their rosters mix and match founding members, long standing members with new … Continue reading Genesis – And Then There Were???
One of the keys that allowed me to judge Solo: A Star Wars Story fairly was letting go of the notion that Alden Ehrenreich is not Harrison Ford. Ford is one of my all time favorite actors and his performances as Han Solo are iconic. However, at the right time, there is no reason why … Continue reading Solo: A Star Wars Story – An Exciting Adventure From A Galaxy Far, Far Away
There are some fans that just want to hear Steve Hackett play Genesis songs. And then there are those who fully support the solo music that this brilliant musician has been producing for forty plus years. The latter group will appreciate a song like Anything But Love from Steve Hackett's recent studio album The Night … Continue reading Song Spotlight: Anything But Love – Steve Hackett
Released in 1937 by Warner Bros., Marked Woman stars Bette Davis and Humphrey Bogart. This truly is an interesting movie. Marked Woman is not quite a woman's film. It is not quite a gangster movie. It is not quite a court room drama. Marked Woman is a well made movie that combines elements from the … Continue reading Marked Woman: Bette Davis And Humphrey Bogart Together Again
I must confess I have only seen Margot Kidder in five movies. Of course four of them were Superman movies. It is a curious thing that actors like Margot Kidder and Christopher Reeve made many movies. Yet they will both be forever remembered as Lois Lane and Superman/Clark Kent. It is a testament to the … Continue reading Goodbye Margot Kidder
I am still basking in the afterglow of the Stryper concert at The Stony Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey on Wednesday May the ninth. It was an incredible show! A few days prior to attending the show I posted on a Stryper Facebook fan group. I stated that I would love to see a … Continue reading Stryper Live At The Stone Pony
Stryper recently released their newest album, God Damn Evil. First things first, this album ROCKS!!! Is it Stryper's best album? At this time I am inclined to say that it is not. That distinction belongs to Fallen (2015). However, I am reserving my judgement. Only time will tell, so ask me in a year and … Continue reading Album Spotlight: God Damn Evil By Stryper