PURE GOLD: Max Frost is a one-man spectacle

  “I was always hoping to get a mentor,” singer-songwriter Max Frost says of Michael “Fitz” Fitzpatrick of Fitz and the Tantrums. “It’s sort of like ‘The Karate Kid’: learning from Mr. Miyagi, in this case, the older, wiser, more experienced artist. . . . He acted more as a compass for how I was putting it all together.” Frost tapped Fitz to help produce … Continue reading PURE GOLD: Max Frost is a one-man spectacle

SH[R]EDDING TRADITION: Jake Shimabukuro rocks the ukulele with originals and covers in ‘The Greatest Day,’ heads to BAC

Jake Shimabukuro is currently touring with his latest album, “The Greatest Day,” of which he’ll play at the Brooklyn Arts Center on September 11. Continue reading SH[R]EDDING TRADITION: Jake Shimabukuro rocks the ukulele with originals and covers in ‘The Greatest Day,’ heads to BAC

UNTIL IT CLICKS: The Menders head to Reggie’s for weekend show

Hear some of The Menders latest work this weekend at Reggie’s 42nd Street Tavern, also featuring Slomo Dingo and The Halves. Upon release in February, The Menders’ latest record “Nina” will also be available for purchase at shows as CDs or online at themendersnc.com. Continue reading UNTIL IT CLICKS: The Menders head to Reggie’s for weekend show