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ARTICLE: CATCHING UP WITH

Keaggy, Levin, and Marotta: A Collaborative Album A Decade In The Making

Read "Keaggy, Levin, and Marotta: A Collaborative Album A Decade In The Making" reviewed by John Bricker

Veteran musicians Phil Keaggy, Tony Levin and Jerry Marotta spent more than a decade crafting their debut collaborative album, The Bucket List (Self Released, 2019), the unique product of each artist's influences and pedigree.

Marotta played drums and recorded with Peter Gabriel from 1976 to 1986. His introduction to music took the form of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Phil Keaggy, Tony Levin, Jerry Marotta: The Bucket List

Read "The Bucket List" reviewed by John Bricker

The Bucket List, a collaborative album featuring guitarist Phil Keaggy, bassist Tony Levin and drummer Jerry Marotta, is a beautiful collection of lush and diverse instrumental songs. Each musician is an accomplished and talented artist in their own right. Keaggy has been nominated for several Grammys for his performances in contemporary Christian music, and has a ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Security Project: Contact

Read "Contact" reviewed by Geno Thackara

It's impossible to describe an outfit like the Security Project without that troublesome (if not entirely inaccurate) phrase “tribute band" popping up, complete with the inevitable baggage that term implies. It's usually reserved for countless local-level acts that entertain bar crowds with predictable staples on any given weekend, sure, but this group shoots for something much ...

Security Project: Live 1

Read "Security Project: Live 1" reviewed by John Kelman

While so many singer-songwriters of the past 50 years have been covered time and again-even fostering tribute bands that recreate the live experience as close to perfection as possible-one of the most important, groundbreaking and forward-thinking songwriters of the past five decades has, for the most part, been overlooked. Peter Gabriel may have spent the first ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Donna Lewis: Brand New Day

Read "Donna Lewis: Brand New Day" reviewed by Ben Scholz

Pop culture's love-hate relationship with its artists presents an interesting conundrum. Music created for mass-consumption must be easily digestible, yet the public is quick to retaliate against content that lacks substance. Gifted musicians are often pigeonholed into a certain style or sound that may not reflect their true range. This myopic point of view focuses on ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Leon Alvarado: 2014 - Music From An Expanded Universe

Read "2014 - Music From An Expanded Universe" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Texas native, keyboardist Leon Alvarado is a true student of the progressive rock genre, citing the customary troupe of icons such as ELP, Yes, and Jethro Tull as influences, paired with his previous Independent and well-received album, Plays Genesis and Other Original Stuff (2009). On this EP, Alvarado employs bassist, Warr guitarist Trey Gunn who rose ...