Monthly archives: March, 2018

Whitney Rose – McGonigel’s Mucky Duck – Houston, TX – Photos

Photos by Eddie Ferranti


Whitney Rose – McGonigel’s Mucky Duck – Houston, TX – Review

Written by Eddie Ferranti There is an old proverb that says “the third time’s a charm”. Well in the case of seeing Canadian cutie , Whitney Rose, what we witnessed was a charmingly good performance.  Rose was in the cozy confines of the acousticly clean Mucky Duck with a five piece band of talented musicians…


Wheatfield- McGonigel’s Mucky Duck- Houston, TX – Photos

Photos by James Killen  


Wheatfield- McGonigel’s Mucky Duck- Houston, TX – Review

Written by James Killen Many Houstonians still remember that folk rock band that came out of Lamar High School, forming in 1973, that toured the country introducing rock ballets (Caliban and Rasputin) as an art form only to split up spawning Trout Fishing in America (Ezra Idlet and Keith Grimwood) and the solo careers of…


Mystery Loves Company- Here We Are- CD review

Written by James Killen Carlos and Maddy have been spending a great deal of time in the studios writing and recording a previously unnamed CD for months. Finally, we have the next studio produced disc of “chamber rock” from Mystery Loves Company coming out. “Here We Are” includes some completely new compositions as well as…


Sue Foley – Jimmie Vaughan – Antones – Austin,Tx. – Photos

Photos by Eddie Ferranti


Sue Foley – Jimmie Vaughan – Antones – Austin,Tx. – Review

Written by Eddie Ferranti The phrase “time flies when you are having fun (enjoying live music) ,” really applies well when talking about the artist and venue we recently covered.  Sue Foley is a Canadian native who now resides there, but at age 21 she relocated to Austin, Texas hooking up with legendary blues club…


Carolyn Wonderland- Moon Goes Missing- CD review

Written by James Killen Ms. Carolyn never strays far from the blues and Moon Goes Missing is another tasteful chapter in that story. This effort includes five compositions by Carolyn on her own, two more that she shares writing credit with someone else and four covers of some fine blues classics. She also included some…