Well what about the rest of us Gaga? What about the rest of us who aren't super-fans, but supported you at your early G. Bar performances in Ybor before you graduated to The Ritz and then the St. Pete Times Forum? Sure, we're not "Little Monsters," but you didn't have to do what you did to us last night.
The first batch of new releases for March is a fatty one! Info and links for the ones you want to know about most below, plus some other ones you may not have heard of (but should know), with audio & video for your listening and viewing pleasure. Click here to see releases from the past several weeks…
Ashanti, Braveheart (Written Entertainment/eOne Music)
ASAP Mob, L.O.R.D. EP (March 4, ASAP Worldwide/Polo Grounds/RCA Music)
Ava Luna, Electric Balloon (Western Vinyl)
Axxa/Abraxas, Axxa/Abraxas (Captured Tracks)
Diane Cluck, Boneset (on Important Records)
Her vocals are rather evocative of Joni Mitchell but she has a more odd way of phrasing, sort of tribal/Native American/Celtic something. This is neo-folk songstress Diane Cluck's first album in nearly eight years and seventh overall. Video for "Sara" after the jump along with the rest of this week's new releases...
After successfully conquering the disease, Jones and her deliciously funky support band The Dap-Kings are back in business, returning to the road with their funk/soul revival back behind newly-released fifth album Give the People What They Want, arguably the Brooklyn ensemble’s solid to date.
Jones hits town with the Dap-Kings this Thursday... more info after the jump.
With just a pair of bands on the bill, Saturday's show at Crowbar stands to be the kind of quick, hit it n' quit it kind of affair perfect for the night after Valentine's Day. Southern-fried, electrified country-folk husband and wife duo Shovels & Rope headline, but getting there late and missing a little musical foreplay from Shakey Graves is not advised.