Tag archives: punk

A Hardcore Passion for Pizza
By Christopher Matteo Connor   |   January 2, 2024

What does pizza and punk have in common? Maybe more than you think! Both can be cheap and fast, but also contain the potential to have lots of substance. There’s attention to the ingredients. It seems simple, but all put together, it can be something powerful and moving. And tasty… depending on what punk shows […]

Local Gigs from Blues to Punk
By Joanne A Calitri   |   May 2, 2019

On April 13, the evening before Tax Day, three musicians’ musicians packed the house, literally a house turned French restaurant, called the Little Door. The restaurant decided to have a popup menu with Full of Life Flatbread’s Chef Clark Staub, former Capitol Records Marketing VP. The trio was “Morganfield Burnett” (Larry Edwards) on harmonica, Chas […]

Sanderlings Launch New Album
By Joanne A Calitri   |   June 7, 2018

I am most jazzed to report The Sanderlings’s first LP release show Friday, June 8, at the Breakfast Culture Club downtown. The LP appropriately named Self Titled LP, demonstrates a huge progression in their music since Woody Locke formed the band in 2016. My preview of the songs in sum: he has a lot to […]