Category Archives: Classical Music

Tommy Shaw ~ Sing For The Day DVD/Blue Ray

    You all know Tommy Shaw from Styx, but, his solo career is pretty awesome as well. Most of the songs that Tommy performs are Styx songs but he does also perform some solo songs & a couple of … Continue reading

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Darryl Way ~ Vivaldi’s Four Seasons In Rock

  you’ve already heard Darryl Way’s name before, but if you haven’t, you’re in for a treat. I did expect some classical rock on this album, but, I really got classical. One of the most notable classical albums of all … Continue reading

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Roger Daltrey at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, PA. June 19, 2018

  Roger Daltrey, lead singer & frontman for The Who came to Philadelphia to do a solo show with his band, which also includes Simon Townshend, Jon Button, & Frank Simes from The Who. The show also included the Philadelphia … Continue reading

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Sultans of String ~ Christmas Caravan

  Just in time for the holidays comes the Sultans of String. Consisting of violins, violas, cellos, guitars, bass, percussion & drums. This band really knows how to bring out the best in Christmas. In addition to the instruments above, … Continue reading

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Christen Lien ~ Elpis

  Starting with the prologue, do I hear the similarities to Jean Luc Ponty. That is a good comparison as you can get for a violin, in this case, viola. Inside the CD package comes a booklet with what each … Continue reading

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Christina Pluhar ~ Handel Goes Wild

  This is NOT a rock review. This is a classical mixed with opera review. I am not a fan of opera. I generally like the music, but, not a fan of operatic vocals. This is the case with me … Continue reading

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Jethro Tull ~ The String Quartets

  I’ve always liked Jethro Tull, and even though this is not Jethro Tull, this album Rocks…classically. The album has Violins, Viola, & Cellos playing most of this music. Ian Anderson, the master of the flute & front man of … Continue reading

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