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Cass McCombs at The Music Hall of Williamsburg

By Kamila Daurenova, Contributing Writer

Cass McCombs headlined at The Music Hall of Williamsburg on Oct. 28, selling out the three-floor venue. Still, his show ended up feeling more like an opening band than the main act. 418 more words

Music

Show Review: Cass McCombs At The Horseshoe Tavern

By Harry Myles, Feature Photo via Exclaim!

A cheer came from the crowd as the bassist, drummer, keyboardist, and bongo player walked on stage. An unassuming man clad in a black button down shirt, ill-fitting mid-2000s jeans, and black sneakers followed soon after, armed with an electric guitar. 326 more words

Show Reviews

David Bowie - Can You Hear Me (Gouster Version) // Song Review

I always had a soft spot for ‘Young Americans’, Bowie’s 1975 blue-eyed soul album. An early version of that album – called ‘The Gouster’ – is now included in box set ‘Who Can I Be Now? 310 more words

David Bowie

Cass McCombs Headlines Ottobar in Baltimore

The New York Times called Cass McCombs “one of the great songwriters of his time.” He’s also been called cagey and difficult — a J.D. Salinger type who despises how he’s portrayed in the media. 684 more words

City Interests

Happenings /// Cass McCombs at High Watt, 10/19

“Hey. What’s up? How’s it going?” is about as much banter as anyone would find at a Cass McCombs show, and as far as the Concord, California genre-bending native is concerned, that’s all a show needs. 420 more words

Nashville

Folkadelphia Radio #307 on WXPN (10/19/2016)

Folkadelphia Radio #307 aired on WXPN on October 19th, 2016 from 22-23:00 and featured an in-studio session from Bob Brown which can be heard here… 121 more words

Radio