Greta van Fleet – The Met – Philadelphia, PA – December 29, 2019 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)
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Greta van Fleet – The Met – Philadelphia, PA – December 29, 2019 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)

Greta van Fleet – The Met – Philadelphia, PA – December 29, 2019 Greta Van Fleet Completes Triumphant Year, Wowing Crowd in Philly Greta Van Fleet hit the Met in Philadelphia for the first of two make-up shows to conclude a year of worldwide touring. The show made up for any delay and put an … Continue reading

Kem – Intimacy Never Sounded So Good
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Kem – Intimacy Never Sounded So Good

Kem Intimacy Never Sounded So Good by Abraham Kuranga In the crowded arena of R&B voices, the artist Kem seems to stand out. He wouldn’t have it any other way. This Detroit native came, unexpectedly, from the depths of poverty and hardship to become one of the most recognizable voices in Adult R&B/Jazz today. Bolstered … Continue reading

Elwood Reid – He Didn’t Six
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Elwood Reid – He Didn’t Six

Elwood Reid He Didn’t Six By Ronald Sklar Elwood Reid and I have formed the I-Love-Richard-Price Club. You already may (and should) know that Richard Price (The Wanderers, Ladies’ Man, Blood Brothers and Clockers) is the most brilliant working-class writer who ever lived. Elwood and I worship and adore him. So, kids: now you know the yin-yang of … Continue reading