Music columnist L. Kent Wolgamott lists his top 25 albums of 2020.
Fittingly, last month, Low Cut Connie released its sixth and best album, “Private Lives,” a widely praised collection that’s been hailed as the roots rock record of the year.
With the country in turmoil over the killing of George Floyd by a police officer, maybe we’ll at long last start to hear the music that has been warning us for years about what's been going on.
Pro wrestling certainly has changed since the ‘60s, or even the '80s and '90s.
"It’s a howl from the desert, a scream from the slums
Low Cut Connie, “Ditty Pictures (Part 2)” Almost exactly a year ago, Low Cut Connie released “Dirty Pictures (Part 1)” a joyous 10-song rock ‘…
It’s beginning to look at lot like 2018.
Listen to Low Cut Connie’s “Revolution Rock ‘n’ Roll” and you’ll hear Adam Weiner pledging himself to the music that has driven him for most o…