The Aladdin Theater was full of lucky concertgoers Thursday night. They enjoyed three great acts, all of which showcased individual styles. Additionally, there was a great deal of collaboration between various acts, making for a dynamic and unique show.
After an Academy Award, fourteen Grammys, countless other notable awards, and a discography spanning fifty-four albums over forty eight years, many musicians might consider slowing down and taking some time off. This is not the case for Herbie Hancock. The … Continue Reading
I walked into Otis Taylor’s set looking for one man playing an acoustic guitar, and was greeted by a fully amplified six-piece band, including the radiantly energetic Anne Harris: the smoking’ hot fiddle player who nearly stole the show with … Continue Reading