Getting away with 30 years of White Collar Crime.

White Collar Crime began in the late eighties as a group of lawyers getting together to make music. While a couple of the founding members remain, the band, like it’s home New York City, has had an evolving lineup. In a remarkable 30 year run, the band has established itself in the Big Apple’s live [...]

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Hector Anchondo rises to the top in Memphis.

Growing up in Missouri farm country, Hector Anchondo picked up the guitar as a teenager, as many do. Unlike many others, Anchondo moved beyond stock Led Zeppelin and Nirvana licks, absorbing everything from Latino music to Blues, to Bluegrass. After High School he headed to Omaha to seek a forum for his creativity. He found [...]

Rock and Roll Hall of Shame?

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced it’s inductees for 2020. Once again it has added questionable members while excluding obvious, deserving members. Here are my thoughts on the matter: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Rock Hall of Fame, Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland Rock Hall Cleveland Architect Photography Ohio [...]

Pom Pom Squad’s Mia Berrin on creativity and growth.

Mia Berrin started Pom Pom Squad as an idea back in high school. She began writing songs and learning guitar, and discovered the catharsis that can come from creativity. From their first EP “Hate it Here” in 2017 to the most recent release “Ow”, the band, and Mia have shown that there is always a [...]