Tea For One is an ongoing list by our Bluebirdreviews readers. We collect suggestions either through the Facebook Fan Page or you can submit your suggestions here in the comments section. If you are really moved by a song, you can write an extensive article about it as well.

Call the Tune. We will post your favorite song!

 

 
“Dropkick Murphys: Live At Fenway” will premiere on Palladia
March 17 at 9:00 PM ET.
The HD concert footage was shot during Dropkick Murphys
two sold-out shows for 20,000 fans at
Boston’s Legendary Fenway Park in September 2011.
Look for repeat airings on
Palladia through April 7 (check local listings).
 

New Muse-ic Monday is a fun song post that we do every Monday through the Bluebirdreviews Facebook Page.

Stop by our page to see what is new in local and national acts. Contact us if you have a new song to post, even if it a band that has been out for a while, but is new to you.

We have been running this column on Facebook for several months, but here are the recent posts for New Muse-ic Monday.

Look for your favorite bands in our Album Reviews list. Not on our list? Send us your request or write a review yourself!

These are video posts that have been staff picked or sent in by our readers every month. When we say music of all genres is welcome, we mean it!

April 2012:

Joe Bonamassa

Alabama Shakes

Radioactive Grandma

The Real

 

Old English

 

Gigantic Ant

Fiona Apple

Langhorne Slim

Tail Dragger and Bob Corritore

The Cult

GLi (Green Line Inbound)

Tyler Bryant and The Shakedown

Joey Pratt/Card Stock

March 2012:

Virgil and the Accelerators

Dude Fu--in Yeah! (DFY)

FBI

Alyssa Graham

Nada Surf

 

February 2012:

Sleeper Agent:

Jonny Monster Band.

 

The Cult:

New Song Lucifer by The Cult, via Rolling Stone Media.

 

Prospect Hill:

 

Wooden Dinosaur:

 

January 2012:

Back In Bloom:

 

We talk a lot about the influence of the blues. Blues guitar, roots, acoustic, electric and slide, are all topics of exciting interest and history.

Mick Houser, bassist for Dr. Mudd, Skeleton Crew, and the historic Wasted Angel, every now and again will write in to remind me that the blues guitar pieces, although stunning and important, need the support of kickin blues bassists to make a great song.

He recommends these articles for our readers and I agree.

We caught Peter Frampton's performance of "Frampton Comes Alive" at the Hanover Theatre last night in Worcester, MA.

It was a great show ! Review article will be posted soon. Be sure to visit us here at Bluebirdreviews again for updates !

 

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