For Future Consideration

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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.

Reviews

My column and music reviews

Interviews

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

Shameless Self Promotion

For some time now, i’ve been meaning to share my music column with this blog’s readers. I started writing as a kid and wrote my first published article from my hospital Printablebed at the age of twelve. I started and published my first music print fanzine when I was sixteen and well, the rest is history. Back in 2016, as a music blog I co-created was coming to and end. I was offered my own column writing for a website that I was a major fan of since it’s print days. I’ve headed up the column for a year now, writing reviews and doing interviews. Having my own column has given me the opportunity to expand my taste in music, reach out to and engage people who have inspired me with their art and even given me the courage to start writing my own stories. Below is a link to my column, as well as some of my recent interviews for the site.

 

United By James

An interview with John Lisa (Seeper/Serpico)

An interview with Peter Horvath (GreyHouse / The Anderson Council

An interview with Joe Gorelick (The Hasbros, Red Hare, Garden Variety)

An interview with Fair Panic’s Torry Anne Daines