Bravo Delta’s Debut LP Might Be The Record That “Breaks” The Band Into The Mainstream

Courtesy: Bravo Delta Music/O'Donnell Music Group By Philip Sayblack Independent rock band Bravo Delta released its latest studio recording early this month.  The 13-song, 42-minute Unbreakableis the band’s third overall studio recording but its very first full-length album, coming on the heels of its EPs Sunset Wasteland in 2012 and Shutdown Sequence in 2013.  Considering that almost six...

February 10th, 2019

Time Life’s Robin Williams Profile Is A “Genius” Tribute To A Legendary Entertainer

By Philip Sayblack Courtesy: Time Life Robin Williams is one of the greatest figures in the modern history of entertainment.  From his early career in the 70s in San Francisco to his later years, Williams offered smiles, laughs and even deep emotional feelings to audiences around the world.  That is why his death in 2014 is one of the greatest losses that the world has ever suffered.  Finding a...

February 10th, 2019

‘In Search Of Mona Lisa’ Is Enjoyable, But Leaves Listeners In Search Of More

Courtesy: Concord Records By Philip Sayblack It goes without saying that Carlos Santana is one of the greatest musicians in the modern history of music.  He has crafted countless hit songs that have led to just as many awards and garnered just as many fans around the world.  Late last month, Santana continued that ongoing success – sort of — with the release of his new EP In Search of Mona Lisa. ...

February 10th, 2019

Foreigner Announces New Live Recording

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack Veteran rock act Foreigner will release a new live recording next month. Live at the Rainbow ’78 is scheduled for release on March 15 via Eagle Rock Entertainment.  It will be available on DVD, Blu-ray and digital. The concert featured in the recording was captured Apr. 27, 1978 at London’s Rainbow Theatre.  It features the classic Foreigner...

February 10th, 2019