Monthly Archives: October 2011

A Pretty Mess

A Pretty Mess
The VU, Newhall CA
By Lucky (SugarBuzz Hollywood)

Michael Monroe – NYC

Michael Monroe
New York City 10/2/11
By Cary Doll (SugarBuzz NYC)
photos by Ville Akseli Juurikkala
 
Michael Monroe stormed onto the stage with his band opening his show with “Trick Of The Wrist” , one of many songs he performed to promote his latest release “Sensory Overdrive”. He twirled the mic stand in pure Steven Tyler form, nearly knocking out some of his band in the process.
 

Ry Cooder

Ry Cooder at Book Soup
The Sunset Strip
West Hollywood, CA
by Victoria Joyce
Photography by Mila Reynaud

Within spitting distance to The Viper Room, The Whisky, The Roxy, Rainbow and Key Club, the (almost) last independent book store in West Hollywood is Book Soup. Rockers who write make this a necessary stop on any promo tour and  BS knows which side the bread is buttered on. It’s normal to see a line out front.
 

Haggard, Kristofferson, Randall

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival
Golden Gate Park, San Francisco
And Elliot Randall, Kris Kristofferson & Merle Haggard
Mountain Winery, Saratoga
By Victoria Joyce
Photography Jennifer McGaffey
October 1&2 2011

A weekend trip to Northern Cali to see Elliot Randall open for two living legends brought an unexpected surprise that left us flabbergasted. “It’s Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival this weekend too.” Oh really? What’s that? The answer is a killer!

Matthew Robison – The Jesus Lizard Club

 

Matthew Robison – Director of  Jesus Lizard Club

By Christopher Duda-Wolf Country-SugarBuzz style

Live Photos by Mike White

Little Steven & The Disciples of Soul Part I

LITTLE STEVEN AND THE DISCIPLES OF SOUL “OUT OF THE DARKNESS”  

(-Warmly Flickering, Delinquent, Teenage, Memories by Geordie Pleathur And the RocknRoll People…)

“Now Main Street’s whitewashed windows and vacant stores Seems like there ain’t nobody wants to come down here no more They’re closing down the textile mill across the railroad tracks Foreman says these jobs are going boys and they ain’t coming back to your hometown…” (-Bruce Springsteen)