Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Jim Brock

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Tom Petty has been an L.A. boy for 40 years. He’s more than adopted the city as his hometown and the feeling is mutual;...

Few voices in rock stand as tall and as memorable as Robert Plant's. Whether it's the reverb drenched "aahs" in "Black Dog" or the...

Way Over Yonder returned to Santa Monica Pier a few weekends back and we've already posted our gallery from day one at the festival....

Way Over Yonder returned to Santa Monica Pier a few weekends back and we were super excited to see some of the great lineup...

"where people come to listen, to appreciate and to honor the music, the songwriters and their stories"

"Those of us who lived the Dead knew that while the bus would eventually stop, the music wouldn’t."

This year's New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival was just so incredible, and we're finally wrapping up our coverage day with shots from weekend...

Saturday was all about Bruce. Anticipation was appropriately high and Springsteen delivered big. Springsteen (plus horns) merged with the crowd throughout the show, giving...

In case you've missed some of the action from New Orleans for this year's Jazz and Heritage Festival, we had people on the ground...

Jazz Fest is in full swing for Weekend Two and our good friend Jim Brock is covering the festival for us from the photo...

The Mint’s annual NAMM Jam is a raucous Meters infused affair, and this year was no different. The core of original Meters guitarist (and...

Dragon Smoke, the New Orleans funk supergroup comprised of Stanton Moore, Rob Mercurio, Eric Lindell and Ivan Neville, recently made a trek out West...

Gov't Mule celebrated Halloween 2013 with a pair of special west coast shows last Wednesday and Thursday (Halloween proper). Night One notably featured Doors...

Anders Osborne went deep and Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe embraced their inner Ray Charles for a wholly satisfying double bill at Los Angeles' El...

Bluegrass is a lot of things. The high lonesome. Bill Monroe. Furious pickin’. Lots of strings. Acoustic instrumentation. What it traditionally isn’t is...

The 6th annual Angel City Jazz Festival is as unique as the city that bears its name. Multi-venue, multi-media and highly eclectic, predictable only...

Saturday’s NOLA triple threat at The Mint was as close to Frenchmen Street as you can get on Pico Boulevard (in fact, last time...

Hearing Terence Blanchard in a room of about 150 heightens what is already a super attenuated musical experience. One that brings all senses to...

Master of the keys and Congressional leader Robert Walter took the 20th through its finely tuned paces at The Mint last Thursday, featuring generous...

The Campbell Brothers were joined by Maria Muldaur for a rousing set at the Skirball Cultural Center for a Thursday night show last month....

New Orleans multi-instrumentalist Nicholas Payton stopped in Los Angeles for an intimate Thursday night show at The Mint earlier this month and photographer Jim...

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