Pointing you to the most interesting music and movie releases from the first half of 2014.
Donnie McClurkin introduces a new label and two dynamic artists - Andrea McClurkin-Mellini and Nancey Jackson Johnson - at BB King's in NYC...
One of the fondest movie memories from my childhood in the late 70’s is walking to the small theater in our town and watching all the Planet of the Apes films.
There is a ton of Sci-Fi action in Edge of Tomorrow and fans of the genre will eat it up.
It is a dark film with dark moments. But the repentant essence that is brought to the script and performances easily casts aside any shadows and shines a redemptive light on the subject.
Desert Butterflies has all the elements of music that I love: inventive use of themes, blurring of genre lines, technical performance, attentiveness to melody, and solid performance. The pioneer of "Oriental Rock," Yossi Sassi delivers a memorable sophomore album.
Walter Trout might be swimming upstream these days, but The Blues Came Callin' is fine catch for blues fans everywhere.