V.29 No.13 | 3/26/2020
Emerson, EJazz and the community react
People behind the music and entertainment industry—the artists, musicians, technicians and a wide assortment of service workers—continue to suffer economically as well as perhaps emotionally and psychologically. So we were pleasantly surprised to see Entourage Jazz lighting up the social media world this week with a photo they took at St. John’s United Methodist Church.
V.29 No.12 | 3/19/2020
We review albums by Star Canyon, McKernin Edna and Gemiini.
V.29 No.11 | 3/12/2020
We review albums by Full Speed Veronica and In Blue, as well as a local hip hop compilation.
V.29 No.10 | 3/5/2020
We review albums by NeverDrive, Forefront and A.Eye.
V.29 No.9 | 2/27/2020
We review albums by Sol De La Noche, Braided Limb and Gayelor Daugell.
V.29 No.8 | 2/20/2020
Dweezil, Son of Frank
The Zappa legacy includes Hot Rats
Weekly Alibi rang up Dweezil Zappa to find out where he stood in relation to subjects like foaming goo and reaching nirvana tonight.
We review new albums by clara, Roger Cook and Vinesines.
V.29 No.7 | 2/13/2020
We review new albums by Olivia Nowadays and Ras Elijah Tafari.
V.29 No.6 | 2/6/2020
A Conversation About Life’s Music
With Robert Bruce Jackson Caruthers
What is it that makes a record great? Defining the qualities that go into forging a great record on the rock and roll fire can be a trying task. We invited Robert Bruce Jackson Caruthers to stop by and talk about the music he makes.
Courtesy of the artist
Old Time Pianos and Wheels
Concert presents ragtime and boogie woogie
Adam Swanson will be playing a special solo piano concert with themes centered on transportation and the nation’s railroads, much of it consisting of ragtime compositions.
V.29 No.5 | 1/30/2020
Liz Linder Photography
Newpoli and Italian Folk
Folk ensemble creates anew
Weekly Alibi talks to Carmen Marsico and Björn Wennås of Southern Italy's folk group Newpoli.
We review new albums by Illuminati Congo, Crystal Whip and Mercury Renegades.
V.29 No.4 | 1/23/2020
courtesy of the artist
Days, Decades and Rivers, Too
A conversation with Stephanie Hatfield and Bill Palmer
Weekly Alibi chats with Stephanie Hatfield and her bandmate and co-producer Bill Palmer.
We review new albums by WURM, Here, Now and Abstract Lion.
V.29 No.3 | 1/16/2020
The Ground Beneath Rises
Steve Civerolo is back in black
Here’s a bit of what Steve Beneath—and new drummer Seth Beneath—told Weekly Alibi about being in a metal band in Burque in the year of our metal lord 2020.