By now, you think you know what happened at Kanye West’s Nov. 17, 2016 concert at San Jose, California. You probably do not.
Articles by: Douglas Harr
Alice Cooper once said he enjoyed “playing the heavy – a bizarre vaudevillian character.” The same remains true today.
Fortunately for the music world, LCD Soundsystem are back. Let’s hope they remain – on record, and in lights.
The Cure frontman Robert Smith’s uncanny way of putting words to music, making the sum of the two something more than its parts, remains unparalleled.
If American Football takes another long hiatus, Mike Kinsella is prepared. “I’m going to keep these jeans,” he mused, “and wear them again!”
The late David Bowie always seemed young and fresh, in large part due to his uncanny way of reinventing himself regularly.
Douglas Harr explores a period of artistic triumph and personal challenges through the lens of three reissues from Fleetwood Mac’s most celebrated era.
A spectacular live reinterpretation of ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ found composer Danny Elfman staging a partial on-stage Oingo Boingo reunion, as well.
Billy Sherwood goes in depth with Douglas Harr on his new solo project ‘Citizen,’ and discusses Yes’ surprise setlist addition during Cruise to the Edge.
This was an excellent night for rock ‘n roll, which saw Ann Wilson in near-perfect voice, so key to Heart hitting its stride in concert.