Monday, January 18, 2016

"So Much Things To Say" suite: I perform with Berklee Marley Ensemble Jan 28, 2016, Boston, MA.

Very challenging and thrilling, as I appear as a Special Guest with Berklee's Marley Ensemble...luvvin working with Musical Director, Matt Jenson.. and thanks to Kevin Johnson for keeping the vibe alive. Please spread the word to any Bostonians and I will update... thanxxxx

Neneh Cherry spins my "Launderette" alongside Jayne Cortez on 1st Guardian Radio Hour podcast

The Guardian

Neneh Cherry launches new series Guardian Radio Hour – hear the podcast
Joining the dots between post-punk and dub-reggae to hip-hop and beyond, Neneh played tunes from the likes of Jayne Cortez, Vivien Goldman, ...
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Neneh Cherry spins "Launderette" + Jayne Cortez Guardian Radio

So David Bowie changes into another sort of star... L.A. Record re-run my interview re his IS documentary

"You Can't Stop Looking..."

As I had recently initiated and taught the first Bowie course at NYU's Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, I still felt immersed in Bowie-world... and naturally, he had featured in the Punk course I was teaching at the end of 2015. But Bowie's multiplicities tugged at the hearts of almost everyone. Consistent even in his inconsistencies, Bowie gave us a really perfect example of how if you live a truly ever-evolving artist's life, right through till the end, your work can keep on growing even after you fly 100,000 miles...and in his final missive, "Blackstar," with a closing act of generosity, he gave us a hint of how not to be scared of death....