As of late, I’ve been doing my best to reach out to long-time friends and loved ones. With the advent of social media, many of us, myself included, have overlooked the importance and joy of hearing a friend’s voice over the telephone or opening a handwritten note or card from someone you once shared frequent exchanges with. Just imagine if one of your hundreds of friends on Facebook ever got a call from you. Don’t worry. You’ll be struck by lightning while accepting your lottery win before that ever happens.
No matter how much time has passed, there will always be a place in our hearts for friends, family and loved ones — sharing memories and getting updates on their current or recent doings. In contrast, exploring a new way to see one another. Although, those first words, “Hey …, this is …” might take a little courage. There is almost always a reward on the other end of the line.
I just wanted to take a moment to share some of my reviews and interviews featured on Jersey Beat. I’ve been photographing and writing about music for over thirty years now. Being offered my own column by one one of the longest running indie rock publications was an honor. Taking that offer and running with it has been an absolute pleasure. Below I’ve attached links to both my column and the many interviews I’ve been able to conduct over the last two plus years.
My column and music reviews
Publisher / Writer Steven DiLodovico
Singer / Songwriter / Teacher Paul Rosevear
Indie Record Label Guru / DJ Al Crisafulli
Singer and owner of Celebrated Summer Records Tony Pense
Night Birds Frontman Brian Gorsenger
Brooklyn’s Cinema Cinema
The Brixton Riot’s Jerry Lardieri
John Lisa Sleeper / Serpico
Peter Horvath The Anderson Council / GreyHouse
Drummer / Artist Joe Gorelick
Adam Bird of A. Bird / Those Mockingbirds