Even if you don’t think you know KT Tunstall, you definitely know two songs from her 2005 debut album, Eye to the Telescope: “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree,” and “Suddenly I See” were in just about every movie and TV show from 2006 to 2008. That’s barely an exaggeration; the songs’ on-screen appearances included […]Read More
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With her U.K.-chart-scaling 2016 comeback “KIN,” Scottish folk-rocker KT Tunstall understood how far she had come since her punk-fueled 2004 debut “Eye to the Telescope.” And she trusted her instinct, which — after divorcing bandmate Luke Bullen — made her leave her home in London for California’s Venice Beach and take Skywalker Ranch courses in […]Read More
“Black Sabbath is the most legitimate heavy metal band, to the point where I think it’s the only one that you can 100-percent call ‘heavy metal.’ I think that the phrase was coined because they were the first band to be as heavy as they were, and they were working in metal factories in Birmingham […]Read More
Unhinged Garage Rocker Fronts Psychedelic Soul Band In SF (King Khan & The Shrines – Wed. 10/17 – GAMH)
One of the leading lights of modern garage rock, singer and guitarist King Khan brings his electrifying psychedelic soul revue King Khan And The Shrines to the Great American Music Hall Wednesday night. For this return to GAMH, King Khan and the Shrines will be joined by Australian psych-pop songwriter Gabriella Cohen and snotty SF […]Read More