Immerse Yourself in Katy Perry and Witness The Tour From The Inside

By Tony Sokol She’s so hypnotizing. Could she be the devil? Could she be an angel? Katy Perry has been both. Glowing in her Illuminati confessions, she started as a Christian singer named Kate Hudson and wound up being accused of conducting a satanic Illuminati ritual during her 2014 Grammy performance of "Dark Horse.” Pulling … Continue reading Immerse Yourself in Katy Perry and Witness The Tour From The Inside

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Cibo Matto’s Yuka C. Honda Melds Movement with Music in Upcoming Limbs

By Tony Sokol Whether you’re clapping, stomping, picking or strumming, Yuka C. Honda’s upcoming Limbs is the a place where heads, hands and feet all meet. The former taller half of Cibo Matto seamlessly sound, rhythm, and movement in her new work, which premieres at National Sawdust on 80 North 6th Street, Brooklyn, New York … Continue reading Cibo Matto’s Yuka C. Honda Melds Movement with Music in Upcoming Limbs

Yes and ELO Bring Classical Rock to the Hall of Fame

By Tony Sokol Progressive rock band Yes and the Electric Light Orchestra, the group that had the audacity to think strings meant they picked up where the Beatles left off, were inducted by a jukebox jury of their peers. Their peers? The musicians in Yes alone are peerless. Bassist Chris Squire, who formed the band … Continue reading Yes and ELO Bring Classical Rock to the Hall of Fame

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Cultures Pearl Jam

By Tony Sokol Pearl Jam was cultured in the Seattle band Temple of the Dog, which also bred Soundgarden. Bassist Jeff Ament held down the bottom, while guitarists Stone Gossard and Mike McCready weaved loud melodies through their fingers. The lead singer was San Diego transplant Eddie Veddar who paired  lyrics to a mother-son opera … Continue reading Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Cultures Pearl Jam