Not an Easter song, exactly, but certainly evocative of some of the holiday’s major themes.
Were my lifestyle different, I suppose I could pass off 3:30 on a Saturday morning as “late night” but, alas, it’s just really early.
More whimsical than most of my selections but we could use that right about now.
He’s been in the music business in some form or the other since 1985. He has been, it’s fair to say, the opposite of an overnight success.
This is from the band Jack Levitt off their 2007 release “Conversations With A Chupacabra.”
Tonight’s installment is a rarity: a breakout artist who I’ve discovered more-or-less in real time.
An artist that’s been around for years that I’ve only discovered recently.
The Eagles had an all-time hit with this song in 1978. Alas, this isn’t it.
Several versions of a classic from the year I became a fan of rock and roll.
New-to-me music lurks in the strangest places. This time, sports talk radio.
An artist you’ve almost certainly heard but probably never heard of.
I’m relaunching the old Late Night OTB music video series with a live version of a modern classic.
Bluegrass band Iron Horse presents their take on the Metallica classic “Enter Sandman.”
It’s Memorial Day here in the States, where we honor those who’ve died in our country’s wars by eating, drinking, and shopping. Eric Bogle’s “And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda,” written 30 years ago, is as good a reflection on the sacrifices of war as any.