Nuff said…*pic by Mike Newman
He’ll be on the East Coast from now till the end of May, so check out jonanderson.com for all the tour dates.
Here in NYC, at B.B. King’s, on Saturday, April 30th!
Check the interview out on East Village Radio, Thursday noon-2pm (ET)
…or is it mother load? Whatever. Click the pic to see them all via Facebook.
Just had the Growlers on Beyond Beyond is Beyond on East Village Radio on Thursday and man, was it wild! There was a record 10 people our tiny little booth:
1 – vocal
2 – guitar
3 – guitar
4 – bass
5 – drum
6 – tambourine
7 – Mindy on sound
8 – Me on DJ
9 – EVR videographer, Tito
10 – Growlers tour documenter
Click through for some pics of the affair…
I just have to post this. ‘Twas a good day!
If you watched the Grammys (as I did for some reason), you know that the highlight of the whole event was when Jeff Beck took the stage for the Les Paul ‘How High the Moon’ tribute with an old friend of the Beyond Beyond is Beyond show, Imelda May on vocals. If you missed, dig…
I’m proud to say that this silver-throated Irish rockabilly knockout was on my Beyond Beyond is Beyond show on East Village Radio back in September, so I just thought I’d share the interview again. She and her husband and amazing guitarist, Darrel Higham, also performed an exclusive acoustic tune for us at the end of the interview.
See some of my Imelda pics…
I went to see Rolling Stone‘s David Fricke interview Lou Reed, Maureen ‘Moe’ Tucker, and Doug Yule of the Velvet Underground last night at the New York Public Library. No, there was no performance or reunion announcement or even anything remotely deep that the VU hardcore wouldn’t know already.
I must admit that I originally bought tickets immediately after seeing these lines on the NYPL’s website, which really painted an ambiguous picture:
Today, the Velvet Underground are the stars they always deserved to be, with a rich and still mysterious story that continues to unfold: in the new visual collection, The Velvet Underground: New York Art, and tonight, in this unprecedented reunion of Reed, Tucker and Yule-the words,music and rhythm of The Velvet Underground.
Yeah, I was thinking there would be a performance…at least for the couple minutes it took to buy the tickets. All that said, it was a very cool night of discussion in which I got some decent pictures and confirmed a few things in my mind…
*click on through for more pics and confirmations…