Kohli Calhoun

Kohli Calhoun Take Me Away

Kohli Calhoun new single Take Me Away. by Walter Price   Being swept away isn’t something I feel all that often, and if I include being enthralled in an artist’s backstory simultaneously, the occasions are even more scarce. Brooklyn-based songstress Kohli Calhoun new single “Take Me Away” has had me in territories mesmerized and beautifully perplexed…

rich girls

Rich Girls Return Open Water

Rich Girls return w/ Love is the Dealer by Walter Price   Rich Girls have returned with a new single “Open Water” from their highly anticipated forthcoming release Love Is the Dealer, due out September 6th. The fresh track finds the band utilizing their instantly recognizable guitar sounds in a dark and spacious atmosphere. The…

Skinkmello band

Skunkmello

Ridin’ it out on Highway 17…watch for the curves they can be real mean… by Walter Price   My mind sometimes finds suspicion in honky tonk music coming out of New York City. Certainly unfair for sure. and then all of a sudden there’s Brooklyn’s Skunkmello. There is a blues-esque element in their music, as there…

Jill Hennessy

Jill Hennessy I Do

Something’s comin’, come to free your soul…. by Walter Price   Singer/songwriter Jill Hennessy is mostly known for her acting on Law & Order and her star turn on Crossing Jordan. What she should be more widely recognized for is her music career, you see, that is where it all started…Busking in the streets of…

Collette McLafferty

edibleRED is Perfect in P!nk cover

I decided to celebrate with this extremely young, hot and in key rendition of P!NK’s “Perfect”. by Walter Price   I’ve been familiar with the music of edibleRed (Collette McLafferty) for more than a decade now. Becoming a fan of her music and goodtime artistic personality and way of life back in my NYC days. McLafferty…

Lou Reed Rolling Stone

Lou Reed Remembered

By Walter Price  R.I.P. Lewis Allan Reed (March 2, 1942 – October 27, 2013) “I always believed that I have something important to say and I said it.” – Lou Reed When I was in my teen years there was almost nothing more ‘alternative’ that you could do than if you had a copy of…