‘Puppets of Castro’ is pop, not politics

The slicing wit and insight that colored singer-songwriter Andrew Lorand’s 1997 album “Location. Location. Location.” resurface in welcome abundance on “Puppets of Castro” (Trough Records), Lorand’s winning pop collaboration with chameleon-like singer/poet Matthew Niblock… [see the review]

Puppets of Castro – Trough Records Review

I change my mind about this album every time I listen to it. [see the review]

Musical Comedy Duo to Perform

Camarillo Cafe will present the musical duo Clean ‘n’Jerk and guitarist/singer Scott Grusin at the
Freedom Center on Friday. [see the review]