Jacob Banks – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA – December 1, 2017 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)
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Jacob Banks – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA – December 1, 2017 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)

Jacob Banks – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA – December 1, 2017 Jacob Banks, a British-Nigerian singer and songwriter from Birmingham, England made a stop at the Foundry in Philadelphia PA on a Friday evening in December. Banks released his debut EP “The Monologue” in 2013 and has since released two additional EP’s, “The Paradox” … Continue reading

Bob Seger – I Knew You When (A PopEntertainment.com Music Review)
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Bob Seger – I Knew You When (A PopEntertainment.com Music Review)

Bob Seger – I Knew You When (Capitol) You may take it from the wistful title and the cover photo of a fresh-faced, 20-something Bob Seger staring out at you that his latest album would be a celebration of the music he grew up listening to. Instead, I Knew You When is a look backward, … Continue reading

Nancy Wilson Makes Her Case with Roadcase Royale
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Nancy Wilson Makes Her Case with Roadcase Royale

Nancy Wilson Makes Her Case with Roadcase Royale by Jay S. Jacobs Nancy Wilson has spent pretty much her entire adult life as the guitarist (and sometime singer) of arguably the most respected female-led rock band of the last 40 years. Nancy joined her older sister Ann Wilson’s band when she was a mere 16 … Continue reading

Boyz II Men – Under the Streetlight (A PopEntertainment.com Music Review)
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Boyz II Men – Under the Streetlight (A PopEntertainment.com Music Review)

Boyz II Men – Under the Streetlight (Sony Masterworks) Boyz II Men have embraced the sound of old-school doo-wop music from the very beginning. Their second huge single from their breakout debut album Motownphilly was an a capella cover of an obscure soundtrack single from the 70s – “It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to … Continue reading