Roy Abrams

Roy Abrams is a musician and a veteran music journalist. For more, visit his blog, Island Zone Update.

Cleared for Takeoff: Brandon Gurba Launches His Solo Career

Having known singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Brandon Gurba since he was 16, I was already aware that he possessed a degree of musical talent almost eerie in both depth and scope. His former band, The Little Red Men,...

Mild-Mannered Superman: A Conversation With Steve Hackett

Iconic English guitarist/composer Steve Hackett has been on a nonstop flight of creativity that has taken him, both literally and figuratively, to the far ends of the earth. With a career spanning more than 50...

The David Crosby Story

David Crosby looks fearlessly into the waning light of his life, embracing the time remaining to him with all the energy and enthusiasm of a child waking up to a sunny summertime morning. CSN and...

A Lifetime High: David Crosby In Conversation

David Crosby is back with another masterpiece. Well into his eighth decade, hot on the heels of his fourth album in as many years, the Byrds and CSN(Y) cofounder is flying high, soaring to new...

A Lifetime High: David Crosby In Conversation

David Crosby is back with another masterpiece. Well into his eighth decade, hot on the heels of his fourth album in as many years, the Byrds and CSN(Y) cofounder is flying high, soaring to new...

Papa Twig Revealed

Great new music is discovered in myriad ways, as experience has taught me throughout life. Perhaps the most unusual introduction took form in the shape of two sons’ praise for their father. Given that the...

Everybody, Get Together: Jesse Colin Young Returns

A great song crystallizes the time and place where it’s first heard, embedding itself into one’s DNA, permanently placed onto the soundtrack of one’s life. As a young child during the summer of 1969, I...

David Crosby: Deja Vu All Over Again

Well into his sixth decade as a recording and touring artist, David Crosby shows no signs of flagging; to the contrary, he has never been busier, and as he will tell you, he has never...

Five Decades On, Poco’s Rusty Young Goes Solo

One can write a book about the storied life of Rusty Young; in fact, he has already done so! From his childhood in Colorado to the present day, Young’s journey embodies so much of the...

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Longest-Running American Indian Pow-Wow Returns To Island

The Queens County Farm Museum will host New York City’s longest-running American Indian Pow-Wow, the 39th annual Thunderbird American Indian Mid-Summer Pow-Wow, that will...

Savor The Flavor

Get summer ready with these delicious recipes that are bursting with bright, fresh flavor. Perfect for a summer barbecue or backyard gathering, whip up...

Dark Side of Oz

For the past 80 years, The Wizard of Oz has brought joy to millions. The 1939 film is universally regarded as a masterpiece that...

Lucinda Williams: Down Where The Spirit Meets The Bone

Lucinda Williams – Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone (Highway 20/Thirty Tigers) – In deciding to start her own imprint, Lucinda Williams continues...

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