Video: “Blue Collar Jane” live by The Strypes

Posted by The G on March 19, 2014 under Encounters with G, G Videos | Be the First to Comment

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Hey music lovers, I’m about to introduce you to your new favorite band – The Strypes.  The four piece garage rock band from Ireland sound like they’ve been around for decades and perhaps the most impressive fact about the band – as of press time, the members of the band range from age 16 to 18!  WOW!  They’ve already got the stage presence and swagger of rock stars and as I watched them perform a sold out show at New York’s Bowery Ballroom on March 18, 2014, I felt like I was witnessing history.  When you think about where these guys will be in the next few years, the possibilities are limitless.  They already count rock and roll photographers BP Fallon and Bob Gruen (who were both at the show) as fans and their base will be growing by leaps and bounds once people find out about this band.

So check out “Blue Collar Jane” and be ready to be impressed!

Thanks again to The Strypes and I will be looking for your name at the top of the charts!

See the set list and photos of the band with yours truly, after the jump.

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Video: “If/Scream/Rhythm Nation” live by Janet Jackson

Posted by The G on March 20, 2011 under G Videos | Be the First to Comment

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Janet Jackson.  Live at Radio City Music Hall on March 18, 2011.  Lip-synched? You decide.  5…4…3…2…1… Kick it!

Janet Jackson live at Radio City Music Hall (1st Night)

Posted by The G on March 19, 2011 under G Reviews | Read the First Comment

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Janet Jackson

Janet Jackson

On March 18, 2011, Janet Jackson played her first of 3 sold out shows at New York’s Radio City Music Hall.  The doors opened at 7, and the teenage R&B/hip-hop group Mindless Behavior played a 25 minute set starting at 8 pm. At 9:25 PM, the lights went down and 2of Janet’s music videos were played (“The Best Things in Life Are Free” and “Rhythm Nation”).  Apparently, in every city on her “Up Close and Personal Tour,” Janet is dedicating songs to each city (read: 10 minutes of filler).  Though she’s noticeably heavier than she used to be, she still has the moves. Once the show began, it was a non-stop dance party.

Is Janet Here?

In typical Janet Jackson concert fashion, there were several outfit changes, lots of dancers, cool visuals on the screens behind the stage, tons of lip-synching and truncated versions of almost every song.  With that being said, Janet Jackson has so many great songs and she did her best to play as many hits as possible. How can you not love a concert where you hear “Pleasure Principle,” “Nasty,” “Control,” “Rhythm Nation,” “Miss You Much,” “That’s The Way Love Goes,” “If,” “Again,” “All For You” and “Feedback” and all in under an hour and 45 minutes!

Janet Jackson - In Control

Two video montages were shown during the concert (one of all of Janet’s looks throughout the years and one of her acting – from Good Times to Poetic Justice) and Janet also paid tribute to her brother Michael by playing the number one single “Scream.” Speaking of screams, the loudest screams of the night were heard during that song.  One thing that can be said about seeing Janet Jackson in concert: you won’t walk away feeling like she phoned it in.  She always gives it all she’s got and I think it’s safe to say, she sent 4,500 people dancing away into the night with smiles on their faces.

A video of “If / Scream / Rhythm Nation” will be coming soon.  Stay tuned.  See the set list after the jump.

Janet Jackson

Janet Jackson

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