The Weekly Playlist – Oct. 3 to Oct. 9

What started as a just few rock bands ended with a Saturday rush of music that helped fill out the week with a broader scope of music. Two, maybe three obvious rock bands, arguably one falls more in line with pop rock but still a rock band and the other I’m not so sure about anymore. Two different genres fell into play thanks to Amazon music. Rush (various songs) See if you notice a pattern in these songs. Expect a forthcoming Rush post. Everyday Glory La Villa Strangiato Cygnus X-1 Natural Science Countdown Available Light The Garden Working Man In … Continue reading The Weekly Playlist – Oct. 3 to Oct. 9

Concert Review: Neil Diamond Proves Age Is Just A Number

Neil Diamond brought some brotherly love to his traveling music show to Portland on Friday at the Moda Center and celebrated six decades of music while defying Father Time and hardly saying farewell, so long or goodbye. A mostly over-50 crowd packed the house as Diamond enthralled digging way deep in his catalog of songs which stretch back to the 1960s, before man even stepped on the moon. The show opened with still photos and videos rotating across a diamond shaped projector screen before the real Diamond took the stage in front of his 12 member band. Mr. Diamond is … Continue reading Concert Review: Neil Diamond Proves Age Is Just A Number